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About dmdimoff

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  1. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    use this http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?act...st&id=31945
  2. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    ok after some testing it looks like you need only this: IOUSBFamily.kext.zip to get rid of "EHCI controller unable to take control from BIOS" error make all USB ports running and in some cases get restart/shutdown working tnx cvad for cleaning situation
  3. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    can you mount devices from disk utility? what filesystem on them? have you ever mounted them successfully under macos? do you using simple keyboard or some model with usb hub/media control in it? can you see keyboard in system profiler? what happens when you unplug and than plug them in? basically if you can correctly see device in system profiler its ok with drivers
  4. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    2 mhacleth - there are 2 ways - you can copy all exept IOUSBFamily, logger kext and prober app to /System/Library/Extensions/IOUSBFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/ or take a look inside original IOUSBFamily and add additional plugin kexts from there into my IOUSBFamily - they are unmodified 2 dgan - if it works, don't touch it
  5. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    2 dgan - try legacy both ways. and honestly i don't believe that you have driver problems. Try format your pen drive from macos, see what'll happen 2 sg on some boards with quirky BIOSes macos can't get control over USB with vanilla drivers.
  6. ok I cleaned a bit more things and now have all but AppleSmartBatteryManager compiled: i just disabled menu items adding in battery faker. Archive.zip
  7. Your processor is not as fast as you think.

    description is absolute {censored} what'll happen if all the code and data will reside in processor lvl 1 cache which run on chip speed? accurate prediction of chip architecture real life performance - almost impossible(see, Intel itself errored on this with netburst). at least you should define set of tasks for which you'll try to optimize chip design and you should know bottlenecks of subsystems which will supply data for processor .
  8. >why bother with creating more pm.bundles just to train my brain if you try to compile unmodified sources in xcode 3.1 under 10.5.4 u'll get exactly 666 errors btw ) Slice tnx )
  9. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    I recommend use _or_ full slice compiled kexts _or_ my. Just becoase I used xcode 3.1 against leo 1.5.4 libraries and slice cross-compiled under Tiger for leo. PS. I cleaned some small glitches and give sources back to him.
  10. ok I managed to make this from slightly modified Jaro sources. if somebady want to try - try with care) EDIT - removed as obsolete, see this page below Jaro, I hardly need actual header files from project ApplicationServicesPriv.h - to compile battery faker app IOSMBusController.h - to end up with smart battery manager(it is half-ready now) and probably whole thing I only have this errored for now:
  11. jaro where from you got IOSMBusController.h ? can you post it here or PM me?
  12. ATI Framebuffer development

    once in similar situation it was incorrect color depth, 24 instead of 32. give it a try )
  13. because quartz composer have to render in-frame scene first than make texture from it than compose new scene with cursor dropping shadow on textured plane ) than show it to you otherwise (without cursor) it probably run pure HW render in window I think so at least try to profile it
  14. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    hi ) I recovered my 2-nd pass so i'm here