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phonatik

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About phonatik

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  1. Not having much luck with this board! Got it about a week ago with a q8300 processor. Installed snow using myhack and original snow leo install disc. No shutdown restart (kp). Also you need to turn off quikboot in order for smbios to be recognised
  2. You are going to have to install snow leopard if you want to use i7. Not supported in leopard. Not completely anyway
  3. properly installing networkcard kext

    You are past 5 posts now. You should now be able to post/start topics... Use osx86tools or kext helper to install kexts in future. Kext utility works well aswell. These will corectley repair permissions and so forth
  4. Maybe inplement this only to the members who have only only been registered for 18 months or less. Just a thought!!! BTW Thanks for the reply Ed
  5. I dunno guys, I been using this thread since 10.5.2. Dont really post all that much as I find most of the stuff that I am looking for is already learking around on the blogs and as a rule I try stay atleast 2 updates behind. I dont think that just because I refrain from asking stupid questions on a whim, I should be limited. Should I then say stupid stuff and ask stupid questions just to avoid been limited.
  6. How did you get the scratchamp to work Any help please
  7. Solved ---- Stanton scratchamp fs2 leopard

    What do you mean??? Ive tried plugging it into both of the firewire ports on the sratchamp and no luck. Is there anything else you need to config, a kext to edit, a plist to add you device id into??? plugged into firewire port 1 on scratchamp Unknown Device: Manufacturer: 0x6A0000 Model: Unknown GUID: 0x6A0000008EDA0800 Maximum Speed: Up to 400 Mb/sec Connection Speed: Up to 400 Mb/sec plugged into firewire port 2 on scratchamp Unknown Device: Manufacturer: 0x80EF4A Model: Unknown GUID: 0x80EF4A0280EE4A02 Maximum Speed: Up to 400 Mb/sec Connection Speed: Up to 400 Mb/sec Any help would be appreciated
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