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  1. nvclock has been recently ported to osx with this tool you can make adjustments to your nvidia video card such as change fan speed and also monitor temps http://www.projectosx.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1246
  2. no restart and shutdown need help

    had the same problem when i updated to 10.6.4 evo's reboot kext fixed this http://www.kexts.com/view/136-evoreboot,_r...w_leopard..html
  3. 10.6.2 Hazard's not booting

    try adding arch=386 with your commands i usually need that to boot into hazard's installs
  4. Windows + VirtualBox = MAC OS

    try -v cpus=1 i had the same black screen until i add cpus=1, for some reason the osx iso wasn't reading the 1 cpu setting from vb
  5. The Ultimate Web Browser

    i use to be a firefox user but after finding the essential plugins i needed i have become a safari fan using the following plugins for safari xgestures for mosue gestures adblock for safari foxmarks for safari
  6. Yes that would be a good idea, less confusion maybe title WINDOWS rootnoverify (hd0,0) map (hd0) (hd1) map (hd1) (hd0) makeactive chainloader +1 but i usually have grub on the 1st hhd (hd0,0) with the linux install usually on there as well, so you may have try different settings until you find one that works for you the easiest way and since you have linux and windows on different hdd would be to change the boot order in the bios and maybe install osx on a different hdd so each OS has its own hdd
  7. virtualbox and osx86?

    i have tried countless of times, i even used a vmware image that i know works perfect in a virtualized environment and converted into a virtualbox image but could never get it to work
  8. dualboot vista and leopard

    have you tried EasyBCD 2.0
  9. for windows on a different hardrive than grub title WINDOWS rootnoverify (hd1,0) map (hd1) (hd0) map (hd0) (hd1) makeactive chainloader +1 for osx on the same hardrive as grub title OSX rootnoverify (hd0,1) makeactive chainloader +1 unfortunately i have never gotten grub to boot osx then its on a different hhd, even with the mapping entry in the menu.lst, i usually just switch the hdd order in the bios, with the hdd which has osx installed booting 1st
  10. What is my kernel name? Symlink.....

    "uname -a" or "uname -v" should tell you the kernel you are using
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