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  1. HP Mini 311: Any upgrade to 10.6.4?

    Has anyone made the jump to 10.6.4 on a 311? I haven't done this yet and am hesitant to do so until someone with more hackintosh capabilities has done so successfully.
  2. Ultimate Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3 Rev1 Guide for Leopard

    No, I'm not using an additional driver or EFI string. I take it that this is what my problem is . . .
  3. Ultimate Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3 Rev1 Guide for Leopard

    On my system, sleep is not perfect. When I wake from sleep, I have to turn the nick card off and then back on to regain network connectivity. Shutdown does seem to work. This is frustrating because I had this functionality before I upgraded to 10.5.3. Oh well, I guess this is what it's like to have a hackintosh.
  4. Ultimate Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3 Rev1 Guide for Leopard

    This did not work for me. edit: Cathul: What kernel do you use and recommend?
  5. Ultimate Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3 Rev1 Guide for Leopard

    I'm having restart and shutdown issues. I can't get the system to shutdown or restart. It just goes to a black screen. I have to physically hit the switch on the front for restart or kill power at the PSU for shutdown. Any ideas on how to fix this?
  6. Before I updated to 10.5.3, I wasn't having any problems, but now my machine won't shutdown or restart. Since I wasn't having any problems before updating, I don't think this is because I'm using a multicore CPU.
  7. Wake from sleep and no NIC card

    No one can help me with this?No one can help me with this?
  8. I had this problem as well. The problem that I had was a mismatch of the kernel and they system.kext file. I found the fix in this thread: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=95789
  9. Wake from sleep and no NIC card

    Well not exactly no NIC card. System Preferences recognizes the NIC card after waking from sleep, but says that the network cable is unplugged. A restart fixes the problem, but defeats the purpose of having sleep. I did try searching for this, but couldn't find anything. My google-foo is probably weak. I've got the following hardware: Intel E6600 Gigabyte P35-DS3R with onboard NIC (gigabit) 2GB Mushkin RAM DDR2 1066 (PC8500) If a fix has already been posted, please show me the way.
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