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About thatoneguy

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  1. Fixed. The folks at Evosx86 said that you either want you EFI string in the com.apple.Boot.plist or in the DSDT.aml, but not in both places. I removed the EFI string and no more jittery mouse or choppy programs.
  2. First off, awesome guide Arya. I used a distro for my Leopard install, so I quite enjoyed tinkering with the innards of the OS rather than just checking boxes. It installed fine on my system and I can boot into it. However, I have no PS/2 support for my mouse (my PS/2 keyboard works). I have tried the VoohooPS2Controller as well as a hacked version of the ApplePS2Controller and still nothing. Is there another kext that will take care of this or could I edit the dsdt.aml to get it working? I borrowed a USB mouse for the time being and even that is jittery and nigh uncontrollable. Also, everything runs incredibly slow. The boot times are ridiculous and everything is choppy, the dock, genie effects, opening programs, etc. How can I fix this? As a sidenote, I used dsdtse for dsdt.aml editing and booting with that file doesn't seem to do anything. Thanks in advance for any and all help.
  3. My heavy hitters (CS3 FCS2) from time to time cause a gray screen of death. However, the Dashboard and iTunes have caused one here and there. They are seemingly random but don't usually occur until after it's been on a bit. Most are: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEV) KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS A few are: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS) KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE I did some kext editing to get my GPU to work, but other than that, I haven't done anything that would make my kernel panic. Thanks for all your help in advance.
  4. Performance Decay

    Yep, same thing happens to me. More demand on the CPU, more jumpy. Is there a way to fix this other than reinstalling the kernel?
  5. Kernel overflows available space

    i used sse2 instead of sse3 (even though my processor supports it)
  6. Kernel overflows available space

    i resolved this issue
  7. hey so i've been trying to get os x on my pc for a while. i've made it over various obstacles until i received this error: "Kernel overflows available space." i installed tiger (10.4.6) just fine, but when i restart, that last thing i see is: Debugger called: <panic> Backtrace, Format - Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack) ... ...No mapping exists for frame pointer Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0x0" so i typed in "/sbin/fsck -fy" at the startup options menu and it said "Kernel overflows available space" my build is as follows: -asus a8n32-sli deluxe (integrated lan/audio) -amd athlon 64 x2 2ghz (it supports sse3 and i have an install that is amd compatible) -geforce 7950 gt -tiger is going on a 80gb ide drive (windows is on a 160gb sata and i have another 160gb sata for storage) any and all help is appreciated thanks