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  1. I've just acquired a LE1600 that I would like to try, only problem is the screen is cracked! Works with an external monitor though. Any caveats I should be aware of? Thanks John
  2. Via C7 processor installation

    I just finished an install on a CN series MB from Migrus! Web search for OQO Kalyway. One note though, partition the drive for MBR and Mac Journaled or it won't boot for some reason. I'm still working on the bugs... John
  3. My experience with SL installation went quite smoothly once I found the right combination. To setup, I had a fully working Leopard install with iDeneb 1.4 (look at the bottom for Netbook installations), also installed to an external USB HD without problems. 1. Boot from USB HD and install the RETAIL OSInstall.mpkg (go to folder-/Mac OS X Install DVD/System/Installation/Packages). Ignore the error at the end of the install. 2. Install 'NetBookInstaller' (http://code.google.com/p/netbook-installer/) and reboot! My Acer One booted on the first try to OS X Setup! Now for the problem... I have tried every audio fix I can find from modified AppleHDA's to VoodooHDA to various injectors /enablers, all without effect. Any help is appreciated. John ACER Aspire One ZG5 stock with genuine Apple Airport Extreme WiFi replacement. MBP Quad-Core Xeon X3220 Genuine Apple GT120 ASUS P5B-C-4L Server class board 3 WD 250GB Raid5 24" Apple LED (Works under Leopard without support for LED Monitor, fully operational under Vista , still trying SL on it.)