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    [How to] Asus P5K-VM guide

    Thanks for the info I've got the same board with an e6420 running 500fsb x7. My crucial balistix tracer is running at 2.1v and it's supposed to be at 2.2v I've been looking all over for a vdimm mod and you said you had one in your other thread so please please share it with us
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    The Ultimate Web Browser

    firefox for life tabbed browsing stable wonderful safari = yuck, why the hell did apple decide to make the window so small default anyways I shouldnt have to get a plugin to make it better IE = {censored}, buggy no cool features prone to security threats
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    Merom in a Mac Mini?

    yes the upgrade should be more than possible as merom uses the same socket and is completely compatable with existing i945 platforms. Intel designed it that way to ease the transition as notebooks have to be essentially redesigned every year when a new cpu comes out. Theres a 3 month period where no one wants to buy because a new cpu is out but it's not in any notebooks yet. The only thing sad is that the macbook pro's core duo is soldered in so if you really want to upgrade your mbp it'll take something like that company that upgrades first gen xbox's with tualatins
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    Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200B/2915

    Alright dlbogdan has promised not to post till his driver is done, now it's time for everyone else to do the same. Unless you have something to say to promote the development of this driver please do not post your speculation. We have an 18 page thread and very little technical discussion at all.
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    Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200B/2915

    dlbogdan: Post one hair of evidence that you're not a troller or shut up and get out of here. If you are honestly working on something then it will be a simple easy way of making everyone shut the hell up and it will clean up this thread a bit. If you're not being honest with us then you are delaying work on a real driver, you see when someone is bragging about being far along on the development of a driver that discourages people from starting their own work on it. You've got to step up and show us something. If you are being honest then release your source so others can build off it. There are only two reasons why someone wont release their source the first is that they dont have any and they're a liar, the second is that they're a greedy {censored} and they're in it for the glory and want lots of credit and applause. I'm betting on the first.
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    Vista Installed

    You're famous! CLickY However I think somebody doesn't know what the hell they're talking about, they're research seems to be a bit patchy at best : "Apple already has had a history of not being too pleased with the OSX86 project. In February, the company served a DMCA order on the group, ordering it to cease and desist its efforts to reveal how its Mac OS X 10.4.4 could be patched to run on ordinary PC hardware. The group never actually reported success in this attempt, though after having being taken down for a few days, OSX86's site currently claims it's in full compliance with terms of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Companies have recently relied on the terms of this act - which some say leverages anti-terrorism provisions in an effort to defeat software piracy - to prevent others from making copies or alterations to their software or architecture."
  7. Only if Rod Serling were dictating it to the web master. "You're traveling through another dimension -- a dimension not only of Mac and Windows but of Linux. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's a signpost up ahead: your next stop: the Twilight Zone!"
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    Apple Addresses MacBookPro Issues

    Here is a new article from the same place which confirms the existance of revision D macbooks and includes a method of solving your airport problems forever BOOM
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    Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200B/2915

    this thread always makes me smile
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    Apple Addresses MacBookPro Issues

    It's odd to me that Apple would introduce such an important product with so many flaws. The MBP is a transitionary product, it's vital that their intel switch goes flawlessly for them you know.. They've always put out such wonderful designs, all their systems up till now have been works of art, engineering masterpieces and now at this critical point they have put out a product with so many flaws and problems... I just hope it was a one time thing and they dont continue in the mac book pro tradition and put out more and more machines that catch fire haha all in all I'm just glad I waited to buy one. This dell does everything I need it to do, with the exception of sound in mac os I'm very happy with it. It was designed properly rather than rushed out.
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    Apple Addresses MacBookPro Issues

    Well hopefully they'll have a better design for their next version and hopefully it'll include intels new merom cpu I want one but I think I'm gonna be waiting a bit longer
  12. According to a daily tech article apple as begun selling a new revision of it's macbook pros that addresses several problems with heat and some airport bugs as well here's a link to the article
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    Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200B/2915

    more thread clogging you guys need to zip it and brag about purchases in the proper threads. This is a technical thread only
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    Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200B/2915

    Lets keep this thread clean guys no more useless posts, unless you have something to say that will progress the development of a driver then do not post.
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    Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200B/2915

    Nice first post fuzzbutt way to start the drama over. Dont start a flame war you will lose. Nice first post fuzzbutt way to start the drama over. Dont start a flame war you will lose.
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