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  1. The ones I linked worked for me. I'm running 10.6.2, so I have used latest sleep enabler. Don't use this one if you are running 10.6.1 or other. nullcpupowermanagement.kext sleep enabler And check all boxes in Energy Settings in Preferences:
  2. I've been running this system for some time, my only problem was hot CPU temp (by 11C compared to Win 7). Fixed it by using nullcpupowermanagement.kext, supplied in this thread. This lowered my temp by about 10C but broke sleep. I fixed this by using sleep enabler. No everything is working great, thanks again for kakewalk.
  3. Finally decided to upgrade to Snow Leopard, used kakewalk cd method. Expected to spend some time fine tuning things but it installed and upgraded to 10.6.2 in half an hour with no hassle whatsoever. Thanks a lot, mrjanek, so happy with that I donated, keep up the good work.
  4. 10.5.2

    What about Kalyway & MBR? Not GUID.
  5. Leopard and Atheros 5424

    There is a whole thread about it, which helped me to enable Netgear WG311T in Leopard: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=40317
  6. Which mouse do you use?

    Logitech MX Revolution and Logitech wave keyboard, both work perfectly in Vista & Leopard. I'm using latest Logitech Control Center 2.4, all macros on keyboard & buttons on mouse work without a hitch.
  7. EasyBCD and Guid

    I don't think it works with GUID. I have 2 hard drives, both MBR, one with Vista(NTFS)/Storage(FAT32) and other one with Leopard(HFS+). I already have Vista installed, so before installing Leopard, I set hdd to FAT32 (to make sure it's MBR) and flagged it bootable with GParted Live CD, later formatted it to HFS+ with Disc Utility & installed Leopard. On this stage I could select which hard drive to boot pressing F12 during start up. Since it's not very convenient, I installed EasyBCD. Then I added entry for Leopard in Mac OS X (generic x86) and manually selected drive number 1 & partition 1 (since it uses second SATA port & only has 1 partition. Everything is working great, by default my computer automatically boots into Leopard; however, if needed I can boot into Vista.
  8. Yes, it's odd; however, after few reboots now it shows: Wireless Card Type: AirPort Extreme (0x168C, 0x5A00) Wireless Card Firmware Version: 0.1.31.1 By the way, I mainly use hidden open wireless network, where you have to enter Network Name, and of course I always click to remember this network. But sometimes, after shutdown it can't automatically reconnect to my network, and I have to use 'Join other network' to manually reconnect. Does anyone know how to fix this?
  9. Current OS X Version: 10.5.1 Install method: Kalyway 10.5.1, EFI v.8 working Desktop Motherboard Manufacturer: Gigabyte Model: P35-DS3P Version: rev. 2.0 Bios Version: F8 Chipset: P35 Audio: working after installing alc889a patch (ALCinject.kext & AppleHDA.kext) LAN: working out of the box CPU Model Number: e.g. Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66GHz Recognised as: e.g. 3.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (overclocked) Memory/DDR: 4GB (2 x G.SKILL F2-6400CL5D-2GBNQ runnign at 4-4-4-12 timings) Video Manufacturer: XFX Model: 8800 GTS 512MB (G92) Bus Type: PCI-Express 16x Slot Memory size: 512MB Dual screen working? uknown QE/CI working? yes Resolution changeable? yes Required patches or bios flashing? 10.5.2 framework, kexts & nvinject SATA/IDE working: WD Caviar SATA 160Gb - Leopard WD Caviar SATA 500GB - Vista/Storage Wifi: Netgear WG311T fully working using this guide
  10. I also have Antec P182; however, I don't think that it's super great for cooling, since it's a bit cramped. I did few tests, and by opening side panel CPU temps actually went down. I don't use extra fan, which can be installed in the middle cage, and all my fans ran at low speed. Although for its price, it's a great case. It is very quiet, great looking, has useful cable management, and stable, since PSU is located in the lower chamber. However, I prefer Cooler Master Cosmos 1000
  11. Thank you for the guide, my Netgear WG311T is now fully working with Leopard 10.5.1 (Kalyway). I used BugsBunny's kexts (can be found on page 5 in this thread), which I installed with Kext Helper. I didn't even modify the NetworkInterfaces.plist. It's interesting, that at first I had to use "Assist me" to connect to my hidden network, since Airport couldn't be turned on. However, now I can easily connect to different networks, WEP & open, just by clicking on Airport icon in menu bar. In System Profiler Netgear Adapter is listed as: Wireless Card Type: AirPort Extreme (0x14E4, 0x89) Wireless Card Firmware Version: Broadcom BCM43xx 1.0 (4.170.25.8)
  12. Predictions for 2008

    You can order Modbook from Axiotron beginning from January, 8.
  13. Full Install Guide GA P35-DS3P

    Yes, I know. I already read it, but still confirmation would be nice
  14. Full Install Guide GA P35-DS3P

    Did anyone try to install Kalyway release & get 8800GT(S 512) G92 working with this motherboard, I'm planning to install it using this configuration in few days; however, any advice will be helpful.
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