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I had the same problem with some Tiger distros and also with Leopard. The solution was flash the bios with a custom firmware wich I have. Now you can do the same with DSDT. asstastic is an user from here who is always looking for solutions for this notebook. He gave me this bios hack but a few months ago he told me that I had to change my bios for the original one to use DSDT instead of bios hack because it´s the best solution. With the DSDT that he gave me we can fix also the 3945ABG wifi (Leopard) with Voodoo wireless. Here is the post where asstastic tell about that http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...50#entry1428745 Good luck. michaelz
michaelz started following OSX Installed with iDeneb without problems, now to let it boot.
michaelz replied to Kevin_NL's topic in OSx86 10.5 (Leopard)Dear friends, I have the same motherboard P5QL-CM and I had the same problem listed here. We had the problem with all the Leopard DVD´s and I solved it flashing my BIOS with a compatible firmware. Now I had a Original installation of Leopard 10.5.8 Retail with all my hardware working. I also installed Snow Leopard but without sound, so I decided to reinstall Leopard 10.5.8. The neccesary file is in this post PQ5 Series Bios Firmware so looking for the correct one (P5QL-CM obviously). After that I could run any Leopard DVD, in your case any Hackintosh DVD. I hope this helps you.