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About Fretless

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  1. Limitations? just cant upgrade?

    Yeah, I have the same problem. Any ideas?
  2. Thanks, this worked like a charm on my HP a1130n with an onboard Realtek RTL8139/810x NIC.
  3. Widescreen X1600?

    I'm using the same card. Is there any hope of dual (non-mirrored) monitors?
  4. Need help installing on HP a1130n

    I also have an HP a1130n, and had a similar issue a while ago when trying to install Linux. For some odd reason, none of the Unix-based OSs I've tried to install on it could read the sATA HD. To solve this issue, you will need to install an IDE HD. OS X, however will only be able to read (or partition) the first 128GB of the drive unless you also buy a PCI card adaptor or some such thing (discovered this today after buying a 320GB drive). Hope that helps. Now I'm off to try to figure out Ethernet drivers for this beast. Good luck.