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About 1337Noobster

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  1. Dell Latitude d630 Loads Black Screen?

    ha I love it when ppl see number of posts and insist on googling for me lol... IVE GOOGLED ALMOST EVERYTHING! Tried every guide on almost every site. and have been trying different settings on my own, on almost every install disk i could find. Everything that allows me to install loads a blank screen. @ResX yeah I have booted into safe mode same result.
  2. I have been trying to get Leopard on my dell latitude d630 and i have hit a wall. Nothing works iAtkos installed then gave me a black screen with a mouse curser. iPC 10.5.6 Universal Final disk loaded installed and then a blank screen. Every other disk gives a kernel panic trying to boot to the disk. This black screen error looks simaliar to the one i had with my inspiron 1525 but the iPC disk fixed that with the DSDT Patch... or maybe it was my external monitor cant remember. Not sure anyway nothing is working for my latitude d630 not even the external monitor worked. Can anyone tell me what their customization looks like on a working latitude d630 install? what disk also? Thanks in Advance!
  3. Does anyone know of any ethernet drivers for a dell inspiron 1525 i can't find any at all... I had success using this post installer for the graphics, power management, and the airport wifi. all work, I need ethernet drivers that will work with my laptop. I am not familiar with the hardware its new but if it is neccessary for you to know i can find it.