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About niadma

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  1. For sale is a Dell D630 which I have installed both SNOW LEOPARD & Windows 7 Premium. Under Snow Leopard, everything works OOB, even after sleep: - 2GB RAM, 120GB HDD, 2.1GHz Intel Cor 2 Duo Processor - Display + Full resolution & Hardware acceleration - Sound (Speakers, headphone, & Mic) - Sleep - Wifi - Keyboard, trackpad, etc I have also installed some of the most popular applications for Snow Leopard: * iLife (iPhoto, iMovie, Garageband, iDVD, iWeb) * Microsoft Office 2008 * Adobe Photoshop CS3 * Things * Senuti iPod Rid * Many more paid/free apps I also have installed Windows 7 Premium, the latest and greatest OS from Microsoft. On the windows partition I have also installed Microsoft Office 2007. Computer Specifications: www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/latit/en/spec_latit_d630_en.pdf The current asking price is $500 OBO. If you are interested send me a PM
  2. Thanks, this worked great on my c762nr, but after sleep the problem comes back. Do you have any fix/suggestions?
  3. ATI Radeon HD 3200 OsX86

    I also got a similar link/load error on my tx2513cl with iatkos v7 and Voodoo Kernel. Any suggestions?
  4. ATI Radeon HD 3200 OsX86

    Can anyone confirm/deny compatibility with snow leopard?
  5. Intel GMA 900 Driver, HELP!

    Does anyone know if this driver will work in Snow Leopard? I am thinking of maybe updating my dinosaur of a machine, an emachines D5039, to Snow Leopard if I can find all necessary kexts. *UPDATE - It did work, without artifacts on my 1680 * 1050 monitor at full resolution
  6. integrated video ATI HD3200

    I've got an HP tx2513cl with the HD3200. Has anyone with this card on a similar tx25* series or any other laptop been able to get any other resolution than 1024x768 using boot.plist or any other method? Or does anyone know if a basic driver is being worked on or trying to be ported?
  7. That isn't what I meant. I meant freeware apps like Firefox, VLC, Quicksilver, iStat, etc. No real monetary value, but very useful to have nonetheless. However, if you'd like me to remove that part of the description, I'd be happy to do so.
  8. I am selling my 1 month old Lenovo S10 netbook or mini notebook which I currently have dual-booting Max OSX Leopard and Windows 7 RC. I will accept PayPal as payment and can ship it to you. Anoyne interested can PM me an offer or email me at niadma@gmail.com About Mac installation: Everything works perfectly (WIFI, Sleep, Display, Sound, USB, webcam, etc) except for ethernet and built-in mic. Applications installed: iLife 09 (Garageband, iMovie, iWeb, etc) Microsoft Office 2008 Adobe Photoshop Many other non-paid apps More about the Lenovo S10 from TigerDirect (Where I purchased it): Lenovo IdeaPad S10-1211Ubl Netbook PC The Lenovo new S Series netbooks are finally here. This blue Lenovo IdeaPad S10-1211Ubl Netbook PC is designed to keep pace with your busy lifestyle – possibly even simplify it. At a mere 2.76 lbs and 0.87 inch thin, it's so light and portable. You can take this netbook wherever your day takes you. Plus this IdeaPad S10-1211Ubl is loaded with thoughtful standard features to make your life a little easier. It has a Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, 1 GB of DDR2 667 memory, a 160GB hard drive and 1.3 megapixel integrated camera. A winning combination of mobile technology and exceptional engineering at a fantastic price. All at your fingertips. Reliable, affordable and easy to use The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-1211Ubl Netbook PC is the easiest to use netbook yet, even if you're new to the whole netbook scene. Experience just how simple it is to take your ideas, work and even family and friends with you wherever you go. The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-1211Ubl Netbook PC is loaded with so many standard features you'll think we've mistyped the price. We've streamlined this fierce little netbook to include meaningful features so you can fully experience the joys of PC mobility and staying on a budget. * Space-saving full featured keyboard. All the comfort and ease of the full-size keyboard but in a pleasing pared-down design. * Advanced Thermal Engineering delivers significantly lower temperatures on critical contact areas such as the palm wrests, keyboard, track pad and underside for optimum comfort. * Energy efficient 10.2" LED backlit WSVGA screen that's roomy enough for movie watching, web surfing, or getting a little work done in between. Specifications Display Type: WSVGA Screen Size: 10.2" Maximum Resolution: 1024 x 600 Memory Type: DDR2 Memory Size: 1GB Memory Speed: DDR2 667 Memory Slots (Total): 1 Memory Slots (Available): 0 Maximum Memory Supported: 1.5GB Drive Types: Hard Drive Hard Drive Speed: 5400 RPM Lifestyle: Netbooks Condition: New Operating Systems: Windows XP Home Startup Operating System: Windows® XP Home Platform: Netbook Expansion Ports: 1 - Express Card Slot/34 Processor Brand: Intel Processor Speed: 1.60GHz Processor Number: N270 Processor FSB: 533MHz Processor Cache: 512KB Additional Technologies: Hyper-Threading Technology Enhanced SpeedStep Technology Graphics Description: Integrated Graphics GPU/VPU: Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 Video Memory: up to 224MB Shared Video Interface: VGA Optical Drive Type: N/A Supplemental Drive Type: Media Reader Capacity: 4-in-1 Media Types: SecureDigital Memory Stick Memory Stick PRO Multi Media Card Audio Description: Integrated Audio USB Ports: 2 LAN Ports: 1 Audio Out Jacks: 1 Line In Jacks: N/A Microphone Jacks: 1 VGA Ports: 1 HDMI Ports: N/A Port Replicator/Connector: N/A eSATA Ports: N/A Communications Description: Integrated LAN Integrated Wireless LAN Interface Type: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector Data Transfer Rate: 10/100Mbps NIC Protocols: 802.11b 802.11g Width: 9.85" Depth: 7.2" Mouse Type: Multi-touch Buttons: 2 Battery Type: 3-Cell Lithium-ion Battery Life: N/A Specification Notes: [1] To provide the most accurate specifications, the specifications listed are based upon the manufacturer's exact model specification as published on the manufacturer's website, and the manufacturer's product documentation.
  9. Would either of these two work if I were to get a HDD? Here and here and ]
  10. Nevermind, I found the solution. (GParted Live CD for those who are wondering). Mods can close this thread
  11. Are there any programs for Windows which would allow me to resize Mac partitions? If not, is there a program I can use inside Leopard which would let me resize the active partitions? Thanks.
  12. Are there any programs for Windows which would allow me to resize Mac partitions? If not, is there a program I can use inside Leopard which would let me resize the active partitions? Thanks.
  13. Install on the Compaq C714NR?

    Any progress with getting the audio jacks working yet? I really miss the ability of being able to listen to itunes through headphones. Also, when I wake from sleep, the battery meter stops working, and the laptop starts to overheat and run fans at higher speeds. Does anyone have a fix to either of these two problems? I am so close to a perfect hackbook, and any help would be appreciated.
  14. Install on the Compaq C714NR?

    Does anyone have any tips to get better battery life while running Leopard on a c700 series? I can only seem to get ~2 hours of battery if I'm lucky.
  15. Install on the Compaq C714NR?

    I did, and still no battery. Could someone please post some working files?