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About simscube

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  1. VoodooHDA - Distorted Sound

    Well, as a temporary solution I found, if you do indeed have the same issue as me (which it sounds like), you can open a movie in quicktime and have it run in the background muted, as long as a few pixels are showing, the audio smooths out. It's odd, and nowhere near perfect, but it works
  2. 8200M G

    Hey, running an MSI A4000 laptop here, got it running Snow Leopard 10.6.2, the included video driver sorta works, but not fully. I was wondering if anyone had any driver that may work better than the included drivers.
  3. MSI A4000 WLAN

    So after years of trying to get a working Hackintosh, I finally succeeded, and so far everything works...but the wireless card. Normally this wouldn't be an issue, but my house doesn't have any sort of wired internet available, so its a requirement of sorts. The card appears to be made by a company named Ralink, and appears to windows device manager as 802.11 bgn 1T1R Mini Card Wireless Adapter. I searched the forums before, but all existing threads are about USB and PCI cards, not built in from manufacturer. Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.
  4. VoodooHDA - Distorted Sound

    I have a MSI A4000-076US and have the same issue, any insight would be greatly appreciated.
  5. iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 Installation Problems

    I did try booting with -v, it instantly crashed. I think I may not be OSx86 compatible again Course that don't mean I'm going to give up
  6. iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 Installation Problems

    how exactly do you do that? Normally I'm really good with computers, but this is my first burner I've ever had, so its all new to me. I'm using Nero 8 essentials for burning EDIT: Thanks for the help, with a bit of digging, I managed to find the right burn mode. I got the disk burnt, booted it, and installed Leopard. All without any major difficulty. Now, though, when I attempt to boot into Leopard, I get past the command line part, then the screen flashes, and the computer restarts. Booting withi safemode, no graphics, and with the boot visible do nothing to improve the situation. Help here would be appreciated now...
  7. Hello, I've been wanting to try out OSx86, its a project I've been following for a few years now. I only very recently obtained a computer that could even potentially run the Mac operating system. My problem is that when I try to boot the installation DVD, my computer will boot into windows. I have my computer setup to boot from disk as a primary boot device, and when I enter the BIOS and disable booting from my hard drive, I get a message that basically tells me that it sees nothing to boot: "insert bootalbe item into boot device and press any key" or something along those lines. My current system (parts that may be the problem): Motherboard: ASUS M3A78-EM (AMD 780G chipset) CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Black Edition Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 3200 HDD(s): 250GB for Mac/500GB for Windows I've seen people install successfully on similar machines, so I think its possible with mine... Help would be much appreciated