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  1. dudecuda

    Parallels Desktop 4.0 released

    AKA Vanderpool.
  2. dudecuda

    Slick hackintosh cases

    I'm using Lian Li reverse ATX style cases for my hack pros and would take these over the mac pro case any day of the week.
  3. dudecuda

    MAC PRO Case Mod

    Good choice on the DFI board. I see many people recommending gigabyte boards due to their good compatibility for hackintosh projects, but DFI boards are even better. Crazy overclocking abilities too. I've built 3 hacks using all DFI boards: one LT P35 and two DK X48. I could not be happier.
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    PCSX2 on Mac ?

    Unbelievable work. I do have one curiosity though. How difficult would it be to make a cocoa gui on top of the core emulator? MPlayer is an interesting example of something along these lines. The svn of mplayerosx pulls both the cocoa gui and the sources. The player can be compiled using traditional configure and make and run via command line as usual. Placing this binary in a certain directory within the gui sources then allows one to compile a very nice gui to be use to control the player. I wonder if this would eventually be feasible for this amazing port you're working on.
  5. Perian does seem to help with all playback, although the quicktime player is junk. Quicktime + perian used a few percentage higher of CPU on my system compared to mplayer osx extended when testing a 1280x720 h.264 + aac video. Mplayer OSX-E was around 7 - 10% on my q9550 clocked at 3.4ghz. I don't have any 1080p videos to test though.
  6. Perian makes quicktime a lot better, but it still seriously lacks features. I would highly highly recommend MPlayer OSX Extended. After testing many players for OS X, my opinion is: mplayer osx extended >>>> Quicktime + perian >> VLC >>>> quicktime. http://mplayerosx.sttz.ch/
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    PCSX2 on Mac ?

    Amazing work. Quite the one-man team you are.
  8. I did both, with the exact same results both times. I'm wondering if the alternate kexts are even being loaded. I triple checked my directory structure and everything is fine. Update: I have a copy of leopard 10.5.0 on a small 8GB partition on my second HD. I can use this boot method to boot that partition just fine. Further more, the alternate kexts are being loaded since I have PS2 support. My primary partition has 10.5.5, so something is definately broken here.
  9. I boot fine from my USB boot-132, however, using this new method causes my system to lock up when it is nearly ready to start the aqua interface.
  10. dudecuda

    So... I had everything working perfectly

    Some people need to run EFI studio again after the update to get stuff working.
  11. That is funny on so many levels.
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    10.5.5 update?

    I updated and everything works okay. I have a vanilla install and am using boot-132.
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    10.5.5 update?

    I see it in the software updates. To update, or not to update