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    10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    Temperature Monitor works fine if I boot a 32-bit kernel, which I did by editing com.apple.Boot.plist on my EFI partition to pass the arch=i386 kernel flag, as such: <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>arch=i386</string> Anyhow, turns out my machine runs fine (no hotter than normal) without NullCPUPowerManagement.
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    10.6 Generic Retail Install Guide

    I used this method to successfully install SL onto my Gigabyte EP45-UD3P system. Afterwards, I changed this around on my EFI partition, now I have a DSDT and only two kexts, fakesmc.kext and openhaltrestart.kext I've heard that I shouldn't ditch, NullCPUPowerManagement for vague reasons, one was perhaps that my machine would run hotter if AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement was running unchecked by the NullCPUPowerManagement.kext The temperature monitor program I was using doesn't work in SL (relies on a leopard only kernel extension) so I can't really tell if my machine is running hot or not. Any one got some ideas or information?
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    Read to all?

    I'm worried that it could be more than spam! There is a remote exploit in Java which is enabled by default in Safari: http://it.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=09/0...39&from=rss I'm wondering if my computer has now been compromised because I followed the link in the Private Message.
  4. I'm also trying to get it to work with 4.0. The "Boot Camp Partition" is not selectable when I try and create the parallels virtual machine. The .pvs file is a more complicated XML file like you mentioned, and I'm not exactly sure how to go about editing it to tell it boot off the physical drive where I have XP installed. I think I could probably figure it out, if someone who has XP installed on physical drive and is able to use it through Parallel's Boot Camp option could send the HDD portion of their config.pvs
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