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Jakedeg

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  1. UPDATE: Found the kext online ( http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:F0ffwc...;cd=3&gl=us ) and used OSx86Tools to install. Now all is working great!
  2. Thanks so much for the help. I actually tracked down the kext file here: http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:F0ffwc...;cd=3&gl=us and used OSx86Tools to install it. Now all is working perfectly! Thanks, Jake
  3. I am having the Kernel Panic on DMG Mount issue. I know I need to install the seatbelt kext from 10.5.5. Is there any way to do this now from 10.5.6 without reinstalling the entire OS from the DVD? Does anyone have those instructions/files?
  4. I am having the Kernel Panic on DMG Mount issue. I know I need to install the seatbelt kext from 10.5.5. Is there any way to do this now from 10.5.6 without reinstalling the entire OS from the DVD? Does anyone have those instructions/files?
  5. I am running iPC 10.5.6 on a very old Compaq Presario S4000NX. This driver works like a charm. Jake
  6. cant get pass the welcome screen

    I have the same problem as mammon. What was the final solution? I have tried the steps from Betin, but it doesn't seem to have worked. I was able to change the password, and I typed the Touch code at the prompt. It didn't throw an error. However, when I reboot, I am right back in the same place... Can't get past the "Do You Already Own a Mac?" dialog. Fixed it! I was able to boot into Safe Mode ("-x" at Boot Prompt) and then it successfully passed through the "Do You Already..." screen. I made my account and logged in with Safe Mode and I just restarted and am logged in in normal mode. Woo Hoo! Also, I did find some other helpful solutions to this problem: http://www.infinitemac.com/showthread.php?t=1566
  7. hmm. That does sound promising. However, I just tried it and it doesn't seem to have worked. I was able to change the password, and I typed the Touch code at the prompt. It didn't throw an error. However, when I reboot, I am right back in the same place... Fixed it! I was able to boot into Safe Mode ("-x" at Boot Prompt) and then it successfully passed through the "Do You Already..." screen. I made my account and logged in with Safe Mode and I just restarted and am logged in in normal mode. Woo Hoo! Also, I did find some other helpful solutions to this problem: http://www.infinitemac.com/showthread.php?t=1566
  8. So I have been trying various installs for months now. I am installing on an old Compaq S4000NX which previously had Kalyway 10.4.6 installed and working great. I am now working on installing with iPC 10.5.6. The install was successful and after a restart everything looks pretty good. I get the language and region selection screens fine. I click through them easily and without issue. When I get to the "Do You Already Own a Mac?" screen, though, things stop being so happy. Whenever I click [Continue] to move on from this screen, I get nothing. It doesn't seem to matter which option I select. It will let me click [Learn More] and pop up its little window, but no such luck with [continue]. The computer just sits there not doing much of anything apparently. If I click around on the screen for a while, I can make the cursor turn into the beach ball, but that is it. Any thoughts? What's wrong? Would any of the fixes or patches on the install help solve this? Would a different driving for something help solve this? Thanks in advance for any help! Jake
  9. I'm having the same problem with a JaS 10.5.4 DVD. Anyone come up with a solution for this?
  10. Realtek AC`97

    I would love some help too, please. I have attached both the screenshot and the terminal output (as a txt file). As you can see, I have integrated audio as well as a SoundBlaster Audigy LS (which I realize won't work). So, any help identifying the integrated audio chip and finding the drivers for it would be amazing! Thank you so much! Jake DPCI_Grab.tiff Saved_Terminal_Output.txt
  11. Hi There, I am trying to troubleshoot audio on my Hackintosh (Compaq Presario S4000NX). It has a built-in integrated audio chip and an added SoundBlaster PCI Card. Right now, OSX does not recognize either of them. I don't even know how to determine the audio chipset of the inteagrated chip. I have been researching and seen methods that involve Windows Device Manager. Unfortunately, I do not have Windows Installed - I am dual-booting OS X 10.4.6 and Ubuntu 8.10. Any help would be very appreicated! Jake
  12. Compaq Presario S4000NX+osx?

    I have 10.4.6 installed successfully on a S4000NX. There are, naturally, some issues. OS X Cannot find any audio devices (either the integrated audio, or a Soundblaster PCI card I added) and there is only one resolution avaiable under displays. Other than that, though, works well. Anyone have insight about my sound card issues?
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