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webdogk9

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  1. I'm running a GA-965p-DS3, what tweaks would be required to get this running?
  2. Is there a way to make OSX boot using a pre determined maxmem as opposed to typing it in every boot? Surely there's a startup file somewhere that allows me to put in maxmem=3584.
  3. [How To] 5.1 Surround Sound

    might be handy to add for the utter noobs what kext drivers are needed.
  4. So am I to assume the drivers provided will actually break my system unless installed as stated by the guide? My intention was to use it as a quick fix all for drivers, so was kinda surprised when installing ethernet, sound and the ps/2 fix (I still use one) caused the system to die.
  5. Is it possible to have a clarification on one thing? I'm installing from the Kalyway 10.5.2 disc so most of the settings in your guide don't correspond/ Secondly when I do install your drivers it causes a system crash - this is on a Kalyway with the default kernel (first on list). Also - i'm not installing any kernel drivers in that patch so I'm not sure what is being affected. At the least I've selected the sound, ethernet sata and smbios. From quick tests it appears the PS2/USB driver is the culprit of the kernel crashes it crashes with "unable to find driver for this platform "ACPI"
  6. Not quite sure what triggered this, haven't touched it since install. Basically the system doesn't completely get shut down, OSX does, but my computer is left running, any ideas?
  7. Broadcom 5789 OB ethernet.

    Out of the box on a Kalway 10.5.2 install the ethernet appears fine, connects to various networked computers yet is unable to connect to the internet. Is this a common problem?
  8. Installed OSX 10.5.2 fine on an Intel Pentium D 920. It's running off a Gigabyte G1975X board, so yeah it's a tad dated, but aside from that everything went smooth, ignoring the incompatible creative cards. Despite finding network connections fine, it can't seem to pick up internet sharing off the router. The network diagnostics go green up to Internet and Server where they go red. I've got a MacBook with Leopard 5.2 as a control, that picks up fine.
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