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  1. Just followed this guide today. Installed up to 10.6.2. Very awesome! Just need to fix some issues. Like CPU reporting.
  2. Looking through geekbench results I came along this: http://browse.geekbench.ca/geekbench2/view/170725 Someone's got a system running an i7 860 apparently with Leopard.
  3. I'm anxiously awaiting to see how this develops.
  4. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    Please excuse my ignorance, but would this driver fix my problem? The problem I have is that whenever I shutdown, my external USB doesn't "turn off". The drive is actually still spinning, and since I turn off my computer every night, I don't want to run into a wear down on the external drive. In Linux and win7(6801) the drive does turn off when the computer is shut down. I have no idea if this is a feature of OSX, since I've never ran a mac before with a USB external
  5. Solved my own problem. I had to enable AHCI in BIOS
  6. Hi Everyone, I've been trying for two days now, without any luck, to get OSX86 installed on my machine. This is is what I did so far: On my 300gb SATA drive: I resized my Vista partition to 214gb (NTFS) I created an empty(unformatted) partition of 60gb after the 1st partition The rest of the space I used to just throw Linux on there for "Just in case" purposes, because I know how to use Grub very well The problem I am having is disk utility is not even recognizing any of the other partitions from the first hard drive. And on top of that, it's not even recognizing the full drive size. It only seems to be recognizing the amount of space currently used by Vista (128gb) Now, I've looked in /dev/ and the slices aren't there either - it only lists disk0s1.. I'm at a lost. I'm using iDeneb 1.3 - I've tried Kalyway 10.5.2 and JaS 10.5.4 also, and they gave me a strange error. "Still waiting for root device." Any help would be greatly appreciated since this is a very noob question I'm sure
  7. HDAPatcher temporary links

    Here you go: http://rapidshare.de/files/40553179/AppleH...rv1.20.zip.html
  8. Ok I found this link on Taruga's wiki. I'm not the only one having this problem. As of now I don't think there is a fix for it. Here's the link: http://wiki.taruga.net/tiki-view_forum_thr...c&forumId=4
  9. Hello all. I am using 10.5.4. I just did a reinstall today and I keep having this odd problem. I've been looking over the forums but I can't find any help for my problem. I have an Asus barebone Pundit P5945G. My sound is an ADI AD1988b. I've done several installs and the only thing that works is Taruga's AD1988B rev3 installer. It works wonders. The sound starts working as soon as I run it, but after a reboot it stops. Has anyone run into this before, because I am at a lost. Is there a way to remove the audio kexts and start from scratch? I've attached my audio information from system profiler. It's listed as recognized, but its not working.
  10. HDAPatcher temporary links

    You are my hero.
  11. HDAPatcher temporary links

    Does anyone happen to have AD1988b rev3 installer? I'm not having any luck using HDA pather v.20 and linux codec dump - it tells me its not supported. I know the rev3 installer works because I just had it working the other day before I managed to mess up my install by trying to install 10.5.5.