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About K3G

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  1. I am using the latest Netkas stuff under 10.5.7 found here http://netkas.org/?p=104 and here.... http://netkas.org/?p=103 And i have one monitor connected via a DVI to VGA adapter and another one connected via DVI with dual displays working fine. If i had the DVI connected to the primary port (port closest to the mobo) It would not detect the VGA display, however if i connect the VGA display as the primary and the DVI as secondary it all works fine. I have a 1GB HIS HD4870 which is i believe reference (2*DVI and one TV out). I don't have high res monitors so i can't confirm dual-link support
  2. It's been a while since I have wandered these halls but I am back and more confused than ever. heres my current setup: CPU: Intel Q9450 mobo: Gigabyte Ep35-DS3P rev:2.1 GFX: Gigabyte 8800GT 512MB (upgrading to HIS Radeon 4870 1GB) RAM: 4GB 1066mhz (2X2GB) HDD: 640GB Western Digital Caviar SATA drive DVD Drive: Asus something or other I am currently using a Boot-132 USB Drive to do all the hackifying (not sure of which syslinux version i am running though) At the moment, Sleep only works if I take out one 2GB stick of RAM. (which is very annoying) I have used many methods over the years and I am quite certain that i have all kinds of garbage slowing things down. I am looking for a clean start and instructions for the easiest/best method. I like the idea of using a USB drive to do the chainloading, but if it's easier with another method I am open to suggestions. I have no doubt there is a guide buried somewhere in these forums, but i am not sure which method is the most clean (vanilla) out of the lot. I am just about to buy two brand new 808GB Western Digital drives so this really is a complete fresh start. Also i would really like a stripped RAID array as my main boot drive, but this isn't absolutely essential. Thanks in advance guys.
  3. Hi guys, i just made my own boot-132 custom drive icon and figured i should share it. Cred goes to Irfan for the actual logo (http://insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showuser=60336) forum won't let me upload the icns file (no idea why) so heres a link http://localhostr.com/files/343c54/VolumeIcon.icns Enjoy! UPDATE: added the icns file in a zip...yeh im a dumbass VolumeIcon.icns.zip
  4. Safari 3.1 Released!

    i use firefox 2 & 3, safari and occasionally IE7. at the end of the day, the xtensions in firefox 2 are still the deal breaker for me. its nice to have such a high degree of customization. i can't wait for FF3 to come out of its beta stages so more add-on developers will start supporting it.