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  1. @amoicani: Which installation CD did you use? I installed with Kalyway 10.5.2 without any problems. didn't un-/check anything in the audio section. all by default. and my sound works great - strange.... - Starting the Hackintosh isn't able without typing "speedkernel" at Darwin Bootscreen, because this is the only kernel which uses SSE2. You have to check the 'SSE2 patch' during install, of cause. - Video Driver is NVinjectGo v.0.2.0 - Ethernet works out of the box - no problems - WLAN 'tries to' work with "iwi2200.kext". Can see the Networks, but can't connect. - Have installed TabletMagic, but didn't work for me.. greetings
  2. Hi guys! first of all i have to thank you, for this great threat (and forum). I got OS X (10.5.2) running on my toshiba portégé m200, after editing the Boot.plist to start with "Graphics Mode"="1400x1050x32". But when i check the resolution in settings, it's 1280x1024 - can't change this. Does someone of you know how to edit some files to get 1400x1050x32?? searched for this, but mac is new for me, don't understand everything. Did not know how to make screenshots, but my 'com.apple.Boot.plist' looks like this: ___________________________________________________ <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>"Graphics Mode"="1400x1050x32"</string> <key>Timeout</key> <string>5</string> </dict> </plist> ___________________________________________________ Well perhaps someone can help me, would be great =) best wishes from germany
  3. Ethernet Driver for Marvell 88E1116

    Hi at all! Just wanted to say that it works for me. GREAT! Your work here is awsome! Installed, shut down the PC, unplugged the ethernet cable and the PC's power supply and shut down the router for a minute. Then back on - it works without any issues. Ah yes, but first of all I deleted the forcedeth.kext. The BSD Device Name is 'en0', otherwise it didn't work. It connected automatically over DHCP, but had to set the Router/Server Addresses manually. I also had to boot with one core enabled. I asked myself, if there is kind of a TaskManager like in Windows, to manage the processes for the different cores. Because then we were able to set the activity of the Ethernet.kext on only one core. And the multithreating problem is solved, or am I wrong? Well I searched allready in the Activity Monitor, but can't find any .kext running. Hmm, I'm a Mac n00bie but perhaps my cogitations are food for thoughts. My specs are: QuadCore Q6600 @ 3.0Ghz EVGA 680i LT SLI 2x 8800 GTS 640mb (SLI isn't recognised) 4gb 1066 RAM Leopard 10.5.2 and Windows Vista Best wishes from Germany
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