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Bob Jenkins

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  1. 10.4.10 Upgrade Sucessful

    Hi, All. I'm new to all of this, but I've had remarkable luck in getting my own hackintosh up and running. I installed the JaS 10.4.8 DVD on an ATA drive and then upgraded to 10.4.10 using koolkal's package and updated the kernel to 8.10.1 without issue. My mobo is a Tyan 2696 which is pretty close to the mac pro hardware, from what I understand. After patches, my ALC 888 is working beautifully, too. My Issue is this: I am running two Quad-core Intel Xeon processors and the FSB is 1333 on Windows. However, under OS X, my FSB is showing as 200 (instead of 333). I have even tried adding the line to the plist file as mentioned elsewhere in the forums, but no luck. My video and audio are synched perfectly, so I'm wondering if it could be that the FSB is just displaying incorrectly. Is it possible that the "fsb=333" line that I added in the plist file only works for earlier kernels? I also read that autofsb should eliminate these issues, but I'm not sure if that was supported in the koolkal 8.10.1 kernel update. Anyone have any ideas?