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yaemish

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  1. Press F8 and boot with options -v -s -x and it should boot.
  2. Do I still need to preform the action below to get the temperature on my laptop under control. Kalyway seems to be hot. I tried a few different kernels and they all had the same problem. sudo rm -rf /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/AppleCPUthermo.kext sudo rm -rf /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext sudo rm /System/Library/Extensions.mkext
  3. I used iAtkos to install on my Intel laptop and had to modify some things to get video working. I did a full re-install with the Kalyway 10.5.2 because I wanted 10.5.2 but some how the broadcom wireless doesn't work. Anyone have to do anything special to get the Broadcom to work?
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    Monitor Core Duo Temp?

    I am using Temperature Monitor 4.3 on my Core2 laptop. Its strange because it looks like the temp gets a lot hotter when I am running off battery (feels really hot) but it is a lot lower when I am on AC. Anyway, it sees me idle (or doing moderate web browsing) between 40 and 48. This is about 10 degress higher than while in Windows. Am I just not getting an accurate reading or does OSX run hotter?
  5. Try deleting the AppleCPUthermo.kext; see if that helps.
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    Why is my CPU hot?

    the problem seems to have fixed itself... Kind of. My CPU was find all day yesterday. I booted between Windows and Leopard several times to make sure that the temps where accurate. It was fine until just now, when I went to fix the time again. It seems like when I play with the time in OSX, the temp goes up. Does this make any sense?
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    Why is my CPU hot?

    I am again having some heat issues and was wondering if anyone else was seeing them. When I installed KALYWAY I deleted 2 kexts by running the commands below. It wasn't until deleting the AppleCPUthermo.kext did I see the temps go down. The temps are back up and I haven't changed a thing. Anyone have any ideas as to why? 77 Degrees Celsius at idle is a little hot when Vista is at 40C. What I did sudo rm -rf /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/AppleCPUthermo.kext sudo rm -rf /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext sudo rm /System/Library/Extensions.mkext Then I ran the Disk Permission Repair utility followed by a reboot. I have also done the commands above then rebooted without the repair; the problem persists.
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    Overheating in OSx86?

    I am again having some heat issues and was wondering if anyone else was seeing them. When I installed KALYWAY I deleted 2 kexts by running the commands below. It wasn't until deleting the AppleCPUthermo.kext did I see the temps go down. The temps are back up and I haven't changed a thing. Anyone have any ideas as to why? 77 Degrees Celcius at idel is a little hot when Vista is at 40C. What I did sudo rm -rf /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/AppleCPUthermo.kext sudo rm -rf /Volumes/Leopard/System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext sudo rm /System/Library/Extensions.mkext Then I ran the Disk Permission Repair utility followed by a reboot. I have also done the commands above then rebooted without the repair; the problem persists.
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    Overheating in OSx86?

    I had this problem on mylaptop. It would be lik 60-70C and then I remove the AppleCPUthermo.kext; and the temps went back down to about 43C (same as in Windows). I noticed last night that the temps where back up at 60-70C and I haven't changed anything. Anyone have any ideas as to how this could happen?
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    Help me dual boot

    I wasn't able to do it that way. I did MBR for both and then I got the XP bootloader and did what the link below told me to. It worked. I needed to make the Leopard partition Active and the Vista is not marked as Active (because it is on the same drive). http://www.digitmemo.com/articles/658/howt...ot-setup-guide/
  11. I've been looking through the fourms and am confused about all the Kernels and speedstep. Does the KALYWAY install have Speedstep with it and if not is there a way to get it working? My laptop keeps turning the fan on when I watch internet videos and I am worried about temps. I found this post, not sure if I should attempt to follow it without some prior consultation. http://forum.osx86scene.com/viewtopic.php?...5d403bfb#p20492
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    Kalyway makes laptop HOT

    How did you get speedstep to work?
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    Parallels 3 and Leopard

    Right now I am dual booting Vista and Leopard. Is Parallels as responsive as XP would be by itself? The max memory I can have in my laptop is 2 GB and thats what is in there. I'm thinking that it may not be enough.
  14. I just noticed the same problem, despite the fact that the BIOS time is correct.
  15. I got the KALYWAY to sucessfully install on my Compaq C714NR and I did everthing that the Wiki listed; "Format/unmount target drive -> Run script from "I_am me" with target drives changed-> install brazilmac leopard DVD-> Del: AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext & AppleIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.kext (messes with x3100) & AppleEFIRuntime.kext (can freeze you at spinning apple logo)-> copy dsmos.kext (newest one not from PC-EFI 5.1), & ACPIPS2Nub.kext, Natit.kext over and chmod/chown them all and delete extensions.mkext and finally repair permissions." I'm not sure if all of it was necessary being that I did used the KALYWAY 10.5.1 DVD to install. I'm worried that deleting the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext will cause my laptop to get too hot. Is it alright to put that back on or is there a way to somehow get speed step working?
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