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Lazlo Falconi

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About Lazlo Falconi

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  • Birthday 05/14/1988

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  1. What is PC_EFI and where do I get it? Is it neccessary? Everyone is talking about it but nobody just comes out and says what it is or where to get it. Do I need a torrent? Is there an http file somewhere? Just a little hint, please! And what does vanilla kernel mean? How do I use that? The HCL says it'll work for my mother board but I can't figure out how to activate it. Some important info on stuff I'm using: Disc: Kalyway 10.5.2 DVD Motherboard: Intel DG33FB Processor: Intel Core2Quad When I boot from the disc everything seems to go fine for a while, until the screen goes black and this text appears (Nothing happens afterward): npvhash=4095 hi mem tramps at 0xffe00000 PAE enabled HPET enabled on your system enabling INTEL features Darwin Kernal Version 9.2.0: Sun Mar 2 00:11:08 SCT 2008; made by ToH:xnu-1228/BUILD/obj/RELEASEI386 standard timeslicing quantum is 1000us vm_page_bootstrap: 249925 free pages and 12219 wired pages mig_table_max_displ = 79 HTT: 4 cores per package; 4 logical cpus per package ACPI CA 20051117 [debug level=0 layer=0] dsmos: Initializing... dsmos: Hook and decryption context set! dsmos: Starting... AppleACPICPU: ProcessorApicId=1 LocalApicId=0 Enabled AppleACPICPU: ProcessorApicId=3 LocalApicId=2 Enabled AppleACPICPU: ProcessorApicId=2 LocalApicId=1 Enabled AppleACPICPU: ProcessorApicId=4 LocalApicId=3 Enabled Loading security extention com.apple.nke.applicationfirewall Loading security exteinsion com.apple.security.seatbelt calling mpo_policy_init for mb Seatbelt MACF policy initialized Security policy loaded: Seatbelt Policy (mb) Loading security extension com.apple.security.TMSafetyNet calling mpo_policy_init for TMSafetyNet Security policy loaded: Safety net for Time Machine (TMSaftyNet) Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. MAC Framework successfully initialized using 5242 buffer headers and 4096 cluster IO buffer headers Extension "com.apple.driver.ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin" has immediate dependencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi compo nents; use only one style. IOAPIC: System State [S0 S3 S4 S5] (S3) Extention "com.apple.driver.ApplePCIConfigurator" has immediate dependencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi compen ts; use only one style. ACPI_SMC_CtrlLoop::initCPUCtrlLoop - pmCPUControl (PMIOCSETPSTATETABLE) returned 0xffffffff mbinit: done Security auditing service present BSM auditing present From path: "uuid", Waiting for boot volume with UUID 804603D3-83E9-36B8-36B9-36B8-AB8E-11501D1805D6 Waiting on <dict ID="0"><key>IOProviderClass</key><stringID="1">IOResources</string><key>IOResourceMatch</key><string ID="2">bo ot-uuid-media</string></dict> I obviously have no idea what that boot volume is, or how to direct Darwin to it, as there is no keyboard response. I've read a bunch of install guides, and all of them assume that I either know what EFI_PC is, or how to get to the vanilla kernel, and they all assume I get past this screen, which I do not. Can anyone offer any help at all?
  2. 3rd party components.

    If buying from America don't forget to buy the extra plugs to use in Thailand. As I understand they're different.
  3. Mac Notebooks

    Macbook/Macbook Pro. iBook just sounds cheesy. I always hated the name, thought it sounded like those lame kids learning "laptops" they sell at Wal-Mart with the one line LCD screens. Powerbook isn't so bad, but Macbook Pro really has the zazz. Also as far as design goes, the newer models are much better. I liked Apple products up until they started that whole clamshell thing with the iBooks, and the Bondi Blue iMac, and didn't buy or use anything Apple again until the flat panel iMacs came out.
  4. Can I do this?

    It can be done, but it's illegal.
  5. Transport Tycoon Deluxe for iPhone

    This is seriously the first time I've been tempted to buy an iPhone... I {censored} love this game.
  6. Power Mac 8100/80

    I was just given one of these little gems, but it doesn't have a hard drive, mouse, keyboard, or any networking support. Where can I find hardware that will help me relive the glory days of System 7? Also, can System 7 be installed by CD?
  7. Very funny video

    AIDS is no laughing matter. Actually yes it is, and this video was hilarious.
  8. iworld gates vs jobs

    Still hilarious. Too bad Current isn't like this more often.
  9. Video - Lady tries to buy ALL the iPhones in one store...

    Oooh... Does anybody have a rubber band? Because OH SNAP!
  10. Rate the sig and avatar of the person above you.

    Avatar: Mediocre anime, 4/10 Signature: Richard Stallman and weed == instant win. ∞/10
  11. What would YOU do with $75,000 ?

    I'd probably put 20% into an IRA, maybe 5-10% into a high-risk mutual fund and hope that pays off, then put the rest into a high yield savings account. I'd only dip into it perhaps to buy a pretty nice Mac Pro (Not an overly expensive one, mind you, just a nice one) and then only for emergencies. $75,000 is a lot of money to recieve at once, but not if you just spend it all away.
  12. The Faces of InsanelyMac

    Me and my best buddy. Isn't that guy great? (PS I'm the one on the left)
  13. Owned with pictures

    Rubber duckies do not conduct electricity.
  14. Recently been listening to DIGITALLY-IMPORTED, which is just awesome techo and trance all day.
  15. Ebay Sucks

    I like eBay. I've never sold on it, but I've bought a few things, and it hasn't been a bad experience in general. But I always check feedback, and ask a few questions before placing a bid, just to make sure I know what I'm getting into. The only bad experience I had was with one of those eBay god type people, with 8 million feedback points. On the auction page he said to send an email asking him what type of payment we should do, so I did so, and a week later didn't hear anything from him. So I sent another one, and three weeks passed. Finally, he started a payment not recieved dispute, and I sent him another email asking what was up. He said he was out of town and "missed" my emails, but we finally settled on Paypal (The only way I ever do it) but I was suspicious that I wouldn't get my item from him. A week later, and no package. Now, he's in the same country as me, and normally packages arive within three or four days after they're shipped. So I sent a polite email asking if the package had been shipped. No response. Two more weeks pass, no package, so I send another email, asking what happened. No response. Another week passes, and I start an item not recieved notice, to get my money back from PayPal. It was only some $40.00 but I wasn't going to let this happen. That very day he responds telling me of some "family emergency". Well... Whatever, he tells me it'll be sent the next day. Another week, no package, so I send another email, asking him what's up. He claims it was sent, and gives me a confirmation number to check it in USPS. It's not in the system, but two days later I get a letter from my post office to come pick it up. Of COURSE I leave bad feedback, and what does he do? "You got your item and negative feedback newbie hahaha". But that was the only bad thing that ever happen. Now I don't buy from anyone unless I can be sure it's just a person selling something , not a store.