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  1. 360 inklusive Versand und ich nehms!!! Skype:speedcat1995 mail:denis_kleist(at)yahoo.de
  2. [Guide] Dell Latitude D630/D830

    Hi, Did you get Sleep working??? It´s not working for me! Would be very nice to have sleep thanks! Hardware: Dell Latitude D830 2GB Ram Quadron NVS 135M
  3. Did you set the HD to AHCI mode did you try to reset your Bios again ? Do you Boot with -v cpus=2 ????? you maybe have to trie a few times!
  4. [Desktop]: HowTo - Snow Leopard auf GA-P35 DS3p

    Ich bekomm einfach kein sound!????
  5. Retail Installation: Sleep not Working

    Nobody that knows a solution? i know the post is only half a day old but somehow this is burning on my thung!
  6. Hi.... I just made a good working Retail OS X Installation On a Dell Latitude D830 with Nvidia Quadro NVS135M he only thing thats not working and really is bugging me is Sleep When i klick Apple>Sleep (sorry i have German OSX) the Screen just goes Black but the Hard drive is still Running and the Power-LED is not Bumping! When i connect an external Display that one won´t turn off but the Laptop Display will! I checked all the options in Energy Saver but it dosn´t Help!!!! In Kalyway i just took 2 Files and coped them to extensions but this gives me Kernel Panic!!! Can Anybody Help???? Thanxxx
  7. Solver Here: Graphics Problems Retail Installation

    Ohhh yes I just don´t have the money to buy a real Mac and like this you also learn something about the OS itself!
  8. Solver Here: Graphics Problems Retail Installation

    Jeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!! I´ve got the solution: 1st. Get my nv* files that i copied from the Kalyway 10.5.2 DVD (Klick Here) 2nd Navigate to /System/Library/Extensions now type nv in the serch box and under the serch box pick extensions. It will show you 7 Files Delete them!(maybe make a bakeup before) 3rd Again go in the Extensions folder and copy all the files from my zip into it( (you have to type your password!) ...After a while it will tell you something like couldn´t use Kernel-Extension. Just klick OK 4th Open DiskUtilitie(found in Progams/Utilities/) select your OSX partition and klick Repair Permissions it will take a few minutes, be patient! This is important it will not work without! Finally Reboot and see if it´s working! I tried this with Chameleon 2 RC2 and selected the Graphics option at the Installation of it! Maybe this also works with Nvinject/NVKush! If you think i made allot of spelling mistakes or Grammatikal mistakes: I´m born in 1995 so I´m just 14 Years!!!! lol(and i´m German) So have fun I hope it works for you!!!!
  9. Solver Here: Graphics Problems Retail Installation

    When i don´t select the Graphics option in Chameleon installer and don´t installa any GFX Driver it´s booting! My GFX is a Nvidia Quadro NVS 135M Thanks for the replay!
  10. Hi! I´m currently trieing to install a Retail copy on my Dell Latitude D830 got everything working ecept Graphics:+ In Kalyway i can use Nvinject NVkush or Chameleon 2 RC 2 in "Graphics Mode" without any problems. But when i trie to install Nvinject or Nvkush in Retail i get the screen that tells me to restart y Computer. So i thourht using the Graphics optin from CHameleon but that gives me the same! Can anybody Help me Please???!!! I´ve booted with -v and took a picture! Picture!!!!!
  11. Install Guide For Dell Latitude D630 and D830

    Here was written allot you can look at my guide it´s updated and has all the files nice and clear! http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...=161402&hl=
  12. Install Guide For Dell Latitude D630 and D830

    Hi, I got a Working Vanilla Install(with 132Boot CD Not only Vanilla Kernel) on my D830 everything is working fine but the Graphics when i´m installing NVInject it gets Kernel Panic same with NVKush and NVInstaller! Anyone know what i could do??? Thx (I´m haveing the Quadro NVS 135M)
  13. Retail Installation: Keyboard Problems

    Hi got it Woking by installing these 2 files(see Atachments) ..... Next problem Nvinject PS2FixKeyboard.pkg.rar PS2FixMouse.pkg.rar
  14. Hi, I finally got a working Retail Installation on my Latitude D830... the only problem i have is that the Notebook Keyboard and Trackpad are not working... I already tried all sorts of ApplePS2Controller Kexts but i still have the issue. Please help me!
  15. After my first guide for the Latitude D830/630 i tought of an other one so here is my guide for all the Latitude D600 Users out there. For this Installation i used the "Jas 10.4.8 Installation Disk" just google it!....Yes i know I also would like to have Leopard! 1.Download "Jas 10.4.8" and burn it to DVD 2. BackeUp all your data. 3.Insert the DVD and restart your PC, at the Dell screen press F12 and select "CD/DVD-Rom" press any key when it tells you to. Now it will take a while so drink a Coffee or do what else you would like! In 10 minutes everything will have nice colors and a GUI. 4. So now Select your Language, accept the Licence things and select your HD you wan´t to install to. If nothing is listed go to Utilities - Disk Utility in the upper bar and Partition your HD. Press next then customize and select the upper package named Jas... in the white box down you will see "Select this if you are on intel" or something like that. Click finish and then Install. Skip the DVD-check. Now again do what you like and wait 20-30 minutes. 5. The Installation has finished and you hear a nice music and you see a video. So enjoy the video. When the Video has finished type in all your personal data. CAUTION: DO NOT ENTER YOUR REAL NAME AND ADRESS!!! DO NOT REGISTER WITH APPLE!!! 6. Congratulations you have Installed "OSX" on you Computer but there is still allot to do. 7. So first we will install KextHelper(get it here: http://mac.softpedia.com/progDownload/Kext...load-29720.html ) and download Network.zip,unzip both open kext helper and drag the from network.zip extracted file in the big white field, type in your password in the password field,press easy install, confirm it and reboot when it tells you to. 8.Navigate to Library/Preferences/Systemconfiguration/ and copy com.apple.boot.plist to your desktop.Open it.It should look like this: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>"Graphics Mode"="1024x768x32"</string> <key>Timeout</key> <string>5</string> </dict> </plist> So <string>"Graphics Mode"=1024x768x32</string> is your resolution. Without driver you are locked at this resolution. So now for the Latitude D600 there are 2 differen displays now it´s depending on what display you have in your Laptop: 1. Display 1400x1050 - more expensive, better resolutionn 2. Display 1024x768 - cheap, not so good resolution If you have the 1024x768 Display skip the next steps. For the others replace 1024x768x32 with 1400x1050x32. Now delete the com.apple.boot.plist from Library/Preferences/Systemconfiguration/ (drag it onto the Trash icon in the dock and type your password) make shure you have copied it to the desktop first. Make shure you have edited the one on the desktop. Now save your file and close TextEdit. Drag your edited file into the systemfolder, type your password and reboot. If you did everything right you now have full resolution. From here again start if you skipped the Graphics part the other also do this!!! 9. Let´s get the Powermanagement working: Navigate to System/Library/Systemconfiguration and delete powermangement.bundle, now download powermanagement.zip,unzip it and drag the unzipped file into the systemconfiguration folder. Now you can reboot. So now after this: Whats working: - Ethernet (Broadcom 57xx) - Audio - Graphics at maximum resolution - Batterymeter (Percent and Time) What dosn´t work: - Sleep(Never found a solution ;( ) - WLAN(If you have Intel Wirelles) - Graphics with Open GL/Quarz Extreme If you have a Broadcom wirelles-card download bcmwirelles.zip and install the script it will install a driver for allot of Broadcom wirelles-cards. If you have Intel wirelles you could look at this:http://code.google.com/p/iwidarwin/ some people say its working some say it´s not. So have fun with your new Hackintosh ....and does someone know how to get sleep working??? Network.zip bcmwirelles.zip PowerManagement.zip