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Richie D.

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  1. iTouch Screenshots

    iPod Touch 2G 16 GB with Software 2.2, non-jailbroken (and I don't intend to jailbreak it)
  2. iPod Touch Gen 2 or Gen 1?

    Overall, I found the 1G to be much more expensive than the 2G, at least in Costa Rica (where everything is sold at ripoff prices anyway). I suggest you get the 2G.
  3. [FAKE] Mac OS X Officially on PC Legally by Apple

    Definitely a fake. I searched on a few localised Apple Store sites (those URLs all start with http://store.apple.com/) and found absolutely nothing that would suggest this.
  4. Here's the problem: When I try to update my system with ASU, the programme will download normally, however the status bar won't move an inch. Once the download is completed, nothing happens. The same thing happened when updating iTunes, which made me use the normal Software Update, and with patching later on through Marvin's AMD tool. My questions are: What could be the problem, that makes ASU not really work when downloading the Apple 10.5.5 combo update through it and can this be fixed? If not, is there another convenient way for me to update to 10.5.5 without breaking my system? I'm using Kalyway 10.5.5 with the sleep kernel, and my Hackintosh specs are in my signature.
  5. 10.5.5 update?

    Could you tell me how you did it (and what kernel you're using, I'm using the sleep Kernel, though I'm not sure if that makes a difference)? Specifically, in case you downloaded the standalone update for 10.5.4 and 10.5.5, how do I properly patch them with ASU before install? I simply don't want to take any chances, plus ASU won't download the 10.5.4 combo update for some reason (the status bar won't move).
  6. 10.5.5 update?

    I'll update my Macbook later on. I'm not updating my Hackintosh just yet, as ASU won't even properly download the 10.5.4 system update.
  7. 10.5.5 update?

    Curious, I checked the Apple website and there's no mention of 10.5.5 being released. I'll fire up my Macbook tonight to check if I can download 10.5.5 as well.
  8. My Macbook: I'll post a picture of my Hackintosh later on.
  9. MacBook touch Coming in October

    Looks nice, but I'm keeping my current BlackBook.
  10. Greatest Mac in History

    For both eras, the classic and modern era: - Most revolutionary Mac in History: The one and only, original Apple Macintosh. A machine, where for the user, it's just plug and play, and you are good to go. You didn' even have to buy most peripherials (e.g. the keyboard, the mouse and monitor) separately, like with most 8086/8088 based computers of the time. - Most revolutionary MacOS: The original System 1. It was the very first successful, convenient, and easy to use standalone GUI based operating system, which didn't even require a text based DOS interface to boot. Sure, the Lisa had its own GUI OS, and it also didn't require a DOS like the then industry standard MS-DOS or even CP/M, but it was not nearly as revolutionary, visually appealing and functional than MacOS 1 ever was, plus it was originally just built to run business applications, while System 1 was partly also intended for the home market. - Most revolutionary modern Mac: Definitely the iMac. It was perhaps, along with the iPod later on, the breakthrough Apple Computer and Steve Jobs have been dreaming about since the original Macintosh. It turned the Macintosh from a niche market computer to something more mainstream, and a more serious competitor of Windows based systems. - Most revolutionary modern MacOS: MacOS X. The best of several worlds. Developments from NeXTSTEP, combined with the user friendlyness of MacOS and the reliability of Unix, something that has become a winning formula.
  11. So far, so good. It seems the new beta drivers are so far working flawlessly on my Hackintosh.
  12. Leo4Allv4.1 AMD Released

    I don't know what chipset it is you're using, but mine is an NForce 4 Chipset on an AMD system. Maybe that has something to do with it?
  13. Leo4Allv4.1 AMD Released

    Curious, I have a separate SATA drive formatted solely in NTFS, and it was fully recognised, at least in Kalyway. I haven't tried the new Leo4All release after I got stuck at "still waiting for root device" in version 1.
  14. Show Your OS X Desktop!

    First peek at my "brandspanking new" Hackintosh: Still some things to do though, like getting sound degradation fixed, as well as my keyboard.