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About EricJD

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  1. ATI mobility X1300/X1400 -only

    No, and it's likely nobody ever will. Pretty much no hope of getting the X1300/X1400 working properly.
  2. How does my hard drive need to be partitioned for this to install?
  3. Is there a tutorial for installing this?
  4. I just got Leopard 9a581 GM installed and working on my Dell computer, but I can't get the ethernet connection to work. It's plugged in and everything, but Leopard tells me that the cord is unplugged. It works fine in XP and Tiger, but not in Leopard. Maybe a kext issue? Anyone have a possible solution?
  5. Leopard Hack Issues (Kalyway 537)

    I'm having issues as well with my integrated ethernet card. It tells me that the network cable is unplugged, and I can't connect to the internet or anything. A solution would be greatly appreciated
  6. iMac G3 Problems

    Yep. Tried that; same result.
  7. (My quote from another forum) The people at the other forum suggested that I first install Mac OS 9, update the firmware, then install OS X. So I downloaded an OS 9 installer, "Mac OS 9.2.2.dmg" from a Torrent site (not sure if I'm allowed to link to it or not), converted it to an ISO using UltraISO, burned it to a CD, and stuck it in my iMac. Nothing seems to happen, it still just shows the purplish screen mentioned in my quote. I also tried holding C to boot to CD-ROM, still nothing happened. Do you guys have any recommendations?
  8. Thanks, man! It worked perfectly.
  9. Hello, I just upgraded from a perfectly working 10.4.6 to 10.4.8. Everything appears to be working fine, but none of my USB devices work, including my mouse and keyboard. When I installed, I selected the patches for Intel SSE3, semthex something, and something else that said it was for USB 2.0 support. Was that a mistake to select the USB one? Is there any way to fix this?
  10. Parallels on OSx86?

    Like everyone else is saying, you either need an Intel chip unless you want to do some "hacking" I installed it on my P4 machine and it worked just fine.
  11. OSX+VMWare Problem

    Okay... I have a 15GB partition on my main hard drive that's empty right now. Will that work for installing OS X?
  12. OSX+VMWare Problem

    How do I switch it to IDE from SCSI? (my VM is being stored on an external USB drive in case that matters)
  13. OSX+VMWare Problem

    still not working...(see screenshot - I configured the settings like you mentioned)
  14. OSX+VMWare Problem

    I can't even do step 5a there because it doesn't even recognize a drive to install to. It only sees the installer disc.