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  1. Cheers Tseug... works fine on my EP35-DS3P/Q6600/8GB RAM... Have just Carbon-Copy-Clone'd my "Snowy" volume (complete with Tintin's dog as the icon :-) and am about to do the 10.6.1 update. Still 32-bit mode for now, will give 64-bit a lash later. Many thanks again and if you're ever in Barcelona, I'll get you a few cervezas..! Edit: 10.6.1 update went without a hitch. Only issue seems to be no MIC in, which doesn't bother me at all... audio out works fine!
  2. I came across this post Gigabyte EP45-UD3P rev 1.1 Retail Install Notes, Includes Native Audio and Ethernet and thought of your problem. Scroll to the 10.5.7 section at the end of the post. Apologies if you've already seen it. and/or it turns out to be useless...
  3. Source code from China

    That's great news BP! Good luck with the driver and I may be in touch about those GM scripts
  4. Source code from China

    Good luck! And let us know how it goes...
  5. Source code from China

    Yeah, to be honest I hadn't held out much hope, but you never know. It could also be that the files are not in the archive :-( Just doing a google search for your missing filenames gives results only for http://www.ethernut.de/api/wlandef_8h-source.html (in fact ethernut.de might be helpful?) If you do a search on baidu for 'pudn.com' you'll see lots of people - mostly students? - offering "points" if pudn members will download a particular file for them - generally the pudn members reply with the full pudn.com download URL (nearly always on What these points are I have no idea. With google translator set to 'stun' :-) you can decipher most things. (Oddly enough, one word that appeared fairly often is "ah" - as in "I would like to download <<foo>> to work on ah.") Maybe you'll find someone to speak English or to try the text that xiao99xiao prepared for you above? Or maybe the file has already been mentioned if you're REALLY lucky... though my quick search says not :-(
  6. Source code from China

    If you know the name and possible path of the missing files, it might be that pudn screws up and just doesn't display them. But I'm just guessing here... Put the following into a browser titlebar http://read.pudn.com/downloads46/sourcecode/windows/network/155190/v1.42/common/params.c__.htm and change the "common/params.c__.htm" to be "direcotoryName/foo.h__.htm" to see if you can d/l "directoryName/foo.h" Good Luck!
  7. Source code from China

    Are you talking about this: http://www.pudn.com/downloads46/sourcecode...tail155190.html Have you tried scrolling down and picking off the source files one at a time - they're all readable! The bad news is that the documentation doesn't seem to be readable.
  8. ls8 - first, thanks muchly for a superb kit. Much obliged. However, I'm with Professor above - it took me three attempts to get past the whole dog/cat thing in addition to the making you wait a minute. mediafire is so much more user-friendly that I'm at a complete loss why anyone would use CrappyShare :-) But I don't mean to harp on: this is a completely minor point -- your install kit is the mutt's nads as we say in this part of the world. To further reinforce SicilyOSx86's post above, the EFI String Creator tool mentioned in the following post http://forum.netkas.org/index.php/topic,64.60.html is excellent. Be warned it will silently fail to write to the com.apple.Boot.plist if that file has been modified in any way .. at least it failed for me (I have a timeout in there to allow me to choose a boot partition.) What I did was to use the EFI String Creator tool to get the hex string for my 8600 GT 512MB into the clipboard, then on Terminal, edit /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist then scroll to the bottom two lines - they should be </dict> </plist> Just above these lines, insert the following <key>device-properties</key> <string>PASTE-CLIPBOARD-HEX-STRING-HERE</string> Note that that hex string will likely be very long - 1000 characters or so. (And since we mentioned timeouts, if you want a boot timeout to allow you to choose a boot disk, you can also insert <key>Timeout</key> <string>4</string> replacing "4" with the number of seconds that works for you.)
  9. asus p5k-vm + iatkos

    Can't help you with the network or audio, but the reason you don't get QX or CI on the P5K-VM is because that motherboard does not have X3100 graphics - it has GMA3000 graphics (note - no 'X'!) These are a little-used development of the old GMA950 architecture. I don't know how different the GMA3000 and the GMA950 really are, but apparently they're different enough that Apple's 950 drivers don't work. Your best bet might be to buy a $50 PCIe graphics card that's known to work.
  10. Greatest Mac in History

    The Mac II. And Dark Castle / Beyond Dark Castle for the best Mac games :-)