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Spiegel

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  1. About This Mac Screenshots

    My newest install on my laptop which I previously put in this thread, this time running Leopard 10.5.8. Hope you like the About this mac graphic I made.
  2. About This Mac Screenshots

    Processor Intel Celeron M Processor 360M (1.4-GHz, 400-MHz FSB, 1-MB L2 cache)1 Chipset Mobile Intel 910GML Express Chipset System Memory 1GB 400-MHz DDR2 SDRAM Hard Drive 60-GB3 5400 rpm SMART PATA Removable Media DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive Display 15.4-inch WXGA BrightView (1280 x 800 resolution) Graphics Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 (QE/CI works) Audio Conexant CX20468 (Works but Headphones dont turn speakers off) Wired Communications Intel 82562V 10/100 Network Connection (Works) Integrated Wireless Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11 b/g WLAN (Works) Install Disk: XxX_OS_x86_10.4.11 Install Options: -Apple Combo 10.4.11 Update -no-EFI kexts (all 4 items) -8.9.1 Kernel Universal + Patches (all 3 items) -RecommendedPatches (all 5 items) -GMA 900 - fix -Powermanagement Bundle Last but not least, Screenshot:
  3. XXX 10.4.11 and GMA 900

    I used the XxX install on my laptop (Similar system but not exactly the same) and did a few odd steps that were just random bits combined from different guides just to see what works, and oddly this method did. But Remember, I didn't have the exact same issue you did, but this may help, I am not sure. 1) I installed using the base for SSE2 machines as described in the XxX thread 2) Go into single user mode ( "-s" without quotes in the Boot options) 3) Once booted I used the "/sbin/mount -uw /" (Without quotes again) command 4) Remove both the AppleIntel900.kext and AppleIntelGMA950.kext files with these commands: rm -R /system/library/extensions/AppleIntel900.kext rm -R /system/library/extensions/AppleIntelGMA950.kext 5) Removed the extensions.kextcache file rm -R /system/library/extensions.kextcache 6) Rebooted with the XxX install disk again and installed the GMA900 - fix drivers under the Intel driver section 7) After installed booted with options "-f -v" without quotes in the Bootloader with a second monitor connected, though I use the paper clip method now (I actually soldered the wires in a D-Sub connector instead of just inserting paper clips) After that I had CI/QE and it automatically booted in 1280x800x32 using the laptop as the main monitor. For some reason just using the GMA900 - fix drivers to install with the operating system didn't work and I don't claim to know a lot, I just know this worked for me. For reference here is my system: Processor Intel Celeron M Processor 360M (1.4-GHz, 400-MHz FSB, 1-MB L2 cache)1 Chipset Mobile Intel 910GML Express Chipset System Memory 512-MB 400-MHz DDR2 SDRAM Hard Drive 60-GB3 5400 rpm SMART PATA Removable Media DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive Display 15.4-inch WXGA BrightView (1280 x 800 resolution) Graphics Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 (QE/CI works) Audio Conexant CX20468 (Works but Headphones dont turn speakers off) Wired Communications Intel 82562V 10/100 Network Connection (Works) Integrated Wireless Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11 b/g WLAN (Works) Install Options: -Apple Combo 10.4.11 Update (optional) -no-EFI kexts (all 4 items) -8.9.1 Kernel Universal + Patches (all 3 items) -RecommendedPatches (all 5 items) -GMA 900 - fix (With a little fixing of my own) -Powermanagement Bundle
  4. XxX_OS_x86_10.4.11_Install_Disc_Intel

    Well, it really doesn't matter anymore anyways, as I have gotten it to work. Sorry for the lack of content to my first post. Processor Intel Celeron M Processor 360M (1.4-GHz, 400-MHz FSB, 1-MB L2 cache)1 Chipset Mobile Intel 910GML Express Chipset System Memory 512-MB 400-MHz DDR2 SDRAM Hard Drive 60-GB3 5400 rpm SMART PATA Removable Media DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive Display 15.4-inch WXGA BrightView (1280 x 800 resolution) Graphics Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 (QE/CI works) Audio Conexant CX20468 (Works but Headphones dont turn speakers off) Wired Communications Intel 82562V 10/100 Network Connection (Works) Integrated Wireless Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11 b/g WLAN (Works) Install Options: -Apple Combo 10.4.11 Update (optional) -no-EFI kexts (all 4 items) -8.9.1 Kernel Universal + Patches (all 3 items) -RecommendedPatches (all 5 items) -GMA 900 - fix (With a little fixing of my own) -Powermanagement Bundle
  5. PATCHED FILES FOR DVD PLAYER(SSE2)

    I just did another install on the same laptop because I screwed something up, and I did install the powermanagement bundle and to my surprise, it is as he said, No Video. Great sound and all, just a black screen though.
  6. PATCHED FILES FOR DVD PLAYER(SSE2)

    Just installed on my new OSX install using the XXX 10.4.11 dvd with the 10.4.10 install on 8.9.1 kernel. Blah! Either way i am getting GREAT DVD playback now on my setup with low CPU usage. I still have not setup sound yet (Just installed OSX today) but this is a good step in the direction of a working build... Thank you. Processor Intel Celeron M Processor 360M (1.4-GHz, 400-MHz FSB, 1-MB L2 cache)1 Chipset Mobile Intel 910GML Express Chipset System Memory 512-MB 400-MHz DDR2 SDRAM Hard Drive 60-GB3 5400 rpm SMART PATA Removable Media DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive Display 15.4-inch WXGA BrightView (1280 x 800 resolution) Graphics Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 Audio Conexant CX20468
  7. Information Request... it would seem

    Macshiba, where exactly did it hang for you for reference of where it is frankly making me impatient and angered.... (Tiger) Thank you, -Spiegel
  8. XxX_OS_x86_10.4.11_Install_Disc_Intel

    Alright, so I used this particular DVD to install, and it went fine, but when I boot it just sits and hangs on a blue screen doing nothing after a bunch of nice white text flashes by very quickly.... Any Idea?
  9. Information Request... it would seem

    Well, I see the issue with Leopard, though I wont rule out trying Tiger just to see where I can get. I think I might need to prepare everything for a weekend project... Thank you for the reply, and what model HP did you try with might I ask? -Spiegel
  10. Alright, this is more of a prove that I can do it, and if I can't, then I cant. I have an HP 510 notebook which i will give the specs for in a minute, and I was wondering if it is possible to dualboot on the machine with Leopard, and if not leopard, would Tiger be possible. I know it wont run at lightning speed with this build, but it is more of just the doing than it is the practicality of it. Let me know what you think: Motherboard: HP Model 30C4 Chipset: Intel i915GMS/i910GML Southbridge: Intel 82801FBM (ICH6-M) Bios: HP 68DTV Ver. F.05 CPU: Intel Celeron M 370 1.5Ghz MMX, SSE, SSE2 Ram: 512Mb DDR2 This is all from CPU-z, but as I was writing all that I decided to pull the information from a PDF of the 510 Models and that is as follows: Processor Intel Celeron M Processor 360M (1.4-GHz, 400-MHz FSB, 1-MB L2 cache)1 Operating System Genuine Windows XP Home Edition SP2 Chipset Mobile Intel 910GML Express Chipset System Memory 512-MB 400-MHz DDR2 SDRAM One SODIMM slot; maximum optional memory 1024 MB2 Hard Drive 60-GB3 5400 rpm SMART PATA Removable Media DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive Display 15.4-inch WXGA BrightView (1280 x 800 resolution) VGA port supports resolutions up to 2048 x 1536 at 75 Hz, and lower resolutions at up to 100 Hz4 Graphics Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 Audio Conexant CX20468 Integrated speaker Stereo headphone/line out Microphone in Communications Intel 82562V 10/100 Network Connection Conexant Ultima HD2.0 56K modem5 Integrated Wireless Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11 b/g WLAN Pointing Device Touchpad with scroll zone, two soft-touch pick buttons If any more information is needed, let me know. Thank you for all your help, -Spiegel
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