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About malone46844

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  1. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Glad to hear it's working now. Cheers.
  2. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Interesting, I've been using this since mentioning it in post #295 with 100% success. But since 2 of you are reporting the same thing, it's likely that I've done something else as well. Usually a kp upon loading VoodooHDA is related to AppleHDA, but I would assume you've removed AppleHDA from /S/L/E/ and rebuilt your caches? Sorry, I've never followed the guide, so I don't know how this is handled in it. How about posting the output of kextstat? Once before you unload VoodooHDA before sleep and again before you load VoodooHDA after wakeup. You'll need to disable sleepwatcher and unload/load VoodooHDA manually. Thanks.
  3. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Did you turn bluetooth off in Windows before installing OS X?
  4. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Commonly available one is the Dlink DWA-140. It has the ralink Rt-2870 chipset in it, which has drivers from the manufacturer available here, http://www.ralinktech.com/support.php?s=3 The 10.6 drivers work perfect.
  5. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    No, I'm still using 2 GB of ram. I'm using anton's dsdt but have tried all of them without any change. Maybe it's related to the bios? What version are you running? Thanks!
  6. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Same results here - VoodooHDA makes sleep unreliable. I use Sleepwatcher from http://www.bernhard-baehr.de and have it set to unload the VoodooHDA.kext before sleep and reload it upon wakeup. Has been working great, but still hoping to get AppleHDA working at some point.
  7. Retail Leopard 10.5.6 Gigabyte GA-G31M-ESL2

    Just a thanks for the info in this thread. Everything is working great, updated to 10.5.7 without issue. This was just as easy as putting osx on my dell mini9.
  8. Retail Leopard 10.5.6 Gigabyte GA-G31M-ESL2

    Just ordered this board with new cpu and ram. As my budget is very tight, I am trying to reuse as many parts I already have as possible. I would like to reuse my IDE drive for the time being. Can anyone confirm that Leo will boot off an IDE drive with this board?
  9. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    Hey, this did fix the waiting on root device issue. But alas, my original problem still remains ... I was hoping the USB kext would fix it. It's probably a discussion for another thread, but here's my story. The Dell Mini9 works pretty good with vanilla kernel, except that bluetooth tethering won't work after the machine has been put to sleep and woken up. Voodoo kernel fixes this. BUT, there's a quirk - if I boot the netbook up and put to sleep without having it plugged in at any point, machine doesn't wake properly (screen comes on but usb, keyboard, and trackpad don't). If I plug it in for a few seconds and then unplug it before putting it to sleep, everything is fine and I can sleep/wake as many times as needed without having it plugged in, until next reboot. Strange bug. System logs show nothing and I'm at a dead end for ideas on a fix.
  10. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    Permissions were fixed and Extensions.mkext removed. I didn't check this ... will do when I get home from work. This seems like an obvious culprit.
  11. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    I tried the new kext for 10.5.7 but end up with a still waiting on root device message at reboot. Any ideas? Dell Mini9 10.5.7 Voodoo Kernel (9.5.0 with matching system.kext) Legacy USB and USB wake enabled in bios. I tried with both the vanilla kernel and voodoo kernel and get the same result.
  12. Tab Through Dialog Box?

    Well, I don't come from the Windows world, but I definitely appreciate the tip. Thanks!
  13. Tab Through Dialog Box?

    How do you 'tab' through buttons in a dialog box? For example, when I push the power button on my Dell Mini9, a dialog box comes up that has sleep, restart, shutdown, etc options. In KDE I was always able to tab/shift+tab to get to the selection I wanted instead of having to mouse over. Not being able to do this is VERY annoying. Am I missing something? Thanks!