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zamrate posted a topic in New Users LoungeI've successfully installed iPortable Snow 10.6.2 on my system (single hard drive, single partition). After installing XCode 3.2.4, all I get is a blinking cursor when the drive starts booting. Not even the bootloader appears. Have tried the iPortable Boot Fix, doesn't help. Same thing happens if I do the combo update to 10.6.4 or 10.6.5. Just a blinking cursor. I've tried a lot of things described on the net, nothing helped so far. I've changed nothing in the BIOS and reinstalling iPortable Snow makes it work again ofcourse, as long as I don't install XCode or update 10.6.4. Anybody got a grasp of what's going on? My system: Pentium4 3.00GHz with HyperThreading, 4GB, Intel D865GLC Motherboard, Nvidia FX5200VE gfx card.
zamrate posted a topic in ArchiveOn my Fujitsu Siemens Amilo M1450G, my ESI U46DJ USB soundcard won't get listed in the System Preferences -> Sound Pane. However, the "Control Panel" of the U46DJ activates itself as soon as I put the soundcard into the USB port, so USB communication must occur. The soundcard also gets listed in the list of USB devices by the System Profiler. So I guess that somehow the USB Audio Driver (AppleUSBAudio.kext?) does not work properly (as a sidenode I would like to mention that ESI never released a own driver for this soundcard, only the Control Panel) ? I tried the Soundblaster USB Audio driver without success. The same soundcard works on the same computer with Windows, and also works on my IBook G4. As a last note I would like to mention that a friend's Digidesign DIGI002 stopped working exactly the same way on his Dual G5 after a genuine OS X update, so I don't think that this is an OSX86-only issue. If anybody has ever experienced this kind of issue, with OS X or with OS X86 I would be thankful for any help.
So I installed OS X86 10.4.11 successfully on my Fujitsu Siemens Amilo 1450G laptop. Everything's fine, except for the keyboard. It is a Swiss-French layout keyboard and at the moment some keys just don't react. For instance, on the right of the left shift key, there is a key with the 3 symbols: < > \ . This key just does nothing in OS X. There are more examples like this. I really would like to fix this. How can I do it? The keyboard is, I think, a PS2 one, because if I remove the ApplePS2Controller.kext, it stops working.