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sokilw

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  1. 2009 Live DVD

    Where is live dvd image fie?
  2. Annoyed "pop sound" problem is solved! You don't need to change the type of Your Hackintosh to "Macpro3.1", if unsuitable. iMac can also live without "pop" by using ANTIPOP Thanks to Tomsick!!!
  3. AND it solves problem if You not use Chameleon 2-3... because this link is based on smbios chameleonism
  4. Some occasional combination of kexts for 10.5 working: Out- speaker+ SPDIF+ headphones Input- Mic + line in But the critical improvement: No more annoyed "POP" sound when volume is being changed! This is not my work- it's occasional combination of kexts final_sound_for_p5qpro__10.5_.zip
  5. ALC888 100% in Snow Leopard x64

    I mean sound can be heard but when you try to change the volume, especially after pause, it begins from "pop" or "snap". If some sound (eg iTunes) is playing "pop" or "snap" can't be heard. This is very old problem occurred in 10.4 in native Macs. So judgment is: NOT WORKING PERFECTLY
  6. ALC888 100% in Snow Leopard x64

    Not working- starts from "pop" sound like other predecessors. Use Voodoo again! To avoid "crapping" after wake from sleep use this guide
  7. Timeout is NOT working! Default system automatic startup is impossible.
  8. Thank You for comprehensive guide dear Professor! I have Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R version of motherboard. Can You consult me and other owners about tricks how to install native Leo and update it up to 10.5.5. ?
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