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walterg74

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  1. ATI Radeon HD pkg installers 10.5.x & 10.6

    Hi lastexile, tried looking for you on irc but dudn't find you anyway, i checked all the ATI* kexts to make sure the device ws right, and it was. Also correct in natit.kext when i get the blue screen, i know the desktop's there. If i click the power button, right before going to "sleep", the imAge appeRs and I see it. Also tried deleting all ATI* kexts and video returns (basic of course) so it's definately a driver issue.
  2. ATI Radeon HD pkg installers 10.5.x & 10.6

    Hey Guys, can anyone help me out? Specs: Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe motherboard Athlon X2 3600+ cpu Sapphire HD2600 pro 512 PCIe gfx I installed ipc 10.5.6 final, selecting my card. Upon startup, I get a blue screen with a movable mouse pointer. Installed again without choosing gfx card, it works, and of course I have the basic 1024x768 resolution, no QE, etc. I installed the package for my card, and after rebooting, again I get that blue screen + mouse pointer. How do I fix this?? Thanks!!
  3. Uhmm.. that actually works NOW, what do you mean "hopefuly in the future" ?
  4. Broadcom 570x and 575x

    a network card basically looks at a packet and checks if the destination MAC address matches it's own. If it does, it passes the packet up in the stack, if it doesn't, it just discards it. In promosicuous mode, it basically doesn't care what the destintation MAC is, and takes all packets it sees. This mode is the one that programs such as packet capture software put your card into. No problem with that at all.... (except maybe a bit more work work for the stack, but if you're behind a swtich or router it won't matter cause all you'll get is basically packets destined to you anyway...) Later!
  5. Broadcom 570x and 575x

    What makes you paranoid about promiscuous mode? Do you even know what that is....?
  6. Hi guys, calling out for help/advice for a fresh new install of Leopard. According to some reading I've done around, in theory, with the hardware I set up to install leopard on, I should be able to get a vanilla install of Leopard, to get as close as possible to the real thing and dl updates and such. Now I'm not sure exactly what is the best way/method to get this accomplished, and that's why I'm seeking some adviced from the more experienced users out there. What image do you think would be the best for me to use in this case? (with the harware specified below). Any specific install options (or any to avoid!)? What fixes/updates or whatever should I add? This is the hardware in question: Processor: Intel E4600 (Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz) Motherboard: Intel DG31PR ------> Specs: http ://www.intel.com/products/desktop/moth...R-overview.htm Memory: 2 GB Corsair 800Mhz in dual channel config Video Card: Sapphire ATI HD 2600 pro with 512MB -----> Specs: http://www.sapphiretech.com/us/products/pr...d=180&grp=3 Not sure if I should specifiy anything else, I guess that's the important stuff... All help/advice is greatly appreciated!!!
  7. USB Ethernet

    Hi MacGirl ,I got a usb adapter to ethernet, and I need to make it work in Leopard. Could you tell me where exactly I could find the kext you mention?? Thanks!
  8. WORKING BCM57XX DRIVER for OS X

    Hi .Did you do the instruction here and nothing else?? I canot even get y system to boot now with this....
  9. Broadcom 570x and 575x

    Yes, I see the screenshot. I will try to do everything again. One question: the IONetworkingFamily.kext did you DELETE the original and places the one in the zip, or did you copy the one in the zip INTO the existing one? Also, did you do any other manual setting besides IP, Gateway, DNS ? Thanks!
  10. Broadcom 570x and 575x

    EE, is yours functioning perfectly without any issues??? Was it the 5787M like mine?? If it is, can you post for me what you installed so I can try it? I tried setting everything by hand (IP, DNS, etc. ) but it still crashes after a few seconds of surfing. Regards!
  11. Broadcom 570x and 575x

    lol that's funny.... the "first".... yeah...sure....
  12. Broadcom 570x and 575x

    Hey there, I'm trying with my Broadcom 5787 (14e4:1693), followed a tutorial I get the card as en0, no MAC (all zeroes) .When I insert a cable (or if it's already inserted) the card does get an IP assigned by the router. Hoever, after opening Safari, I can only surf a little while (seconds, a minute maybe) and then the whole system crashes with that giant "power button icon" and I have to turn off the system..... hoe can this be fixed?
  13. Please Help! LAN Broadcom BCM5787

    No further findings on this? I anaged lioke some people to install the modified kext, and while I get all zeroes for a MAC, on inserting a cable I get an IP assigned. Opening up safari loads up the home page and crashes a few second later....
  14. AppleHDA ALC268 Shutdown Issues [SOLVED!]

    Hey, I did this and my audio works, and also restart and shutdown. So Thank you!!! Also, now in profiler I see something in the audio section which I didn't before. Now something weird. Before applying HDA fix, one of the final steps, in the audio properties I used to see the full name (Internal Speakers, Headphones, etc.), and after that (btw, after this step when you have to repair permissions there wer none found to be repaired), after I rebooted, they now show up as: Name Type IntSpeakers DevShortNameSpkr Headphones DevShortNameHdpn And also, the volume control icon doesn't appear in the menu bar, although that option is checked. If in the options I uncheck it and re-check it, it shows up again... This is weird and annoying. Anone have a Clue
  15. Webcams that "half" work

    Anyone?
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