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About BMWFan

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  1. That's what I thought. Unfortunately it didn't work. I tried replacing the IOPCIfamily.kext as well. But same result. Anything else I can try?
  2. I found an AGPGart.kext in the post from your link, but not an AGPIntel? Did you mean AGPGart?
  3. It stops at AGPINTEL: aperture [f000000, 04000000] and just sits there. ??
  4. Same thing. Still hangs up at first screen with the spinning gears. Is there anyway I can see where it's hanging?
  5. Hi all, I've successfully installed both Kalyway and iPC versions of OS X on both an AMD desktop and most recently a Dell 600m laptop, but my latest venture is giving me fits. I have an older Dell 8500, Pentium 4 M 2.2GHz, NVidia GeForce 4200 Go, 160GB HD, 2GB RAM, Broadcom Ethernet and Dell 1350 Wifi. My drive is partitioned into 3; first is the Mac Journaled partition, second is the XP boot and the 3rd is my data. I'm able to install OSX, it seems just fine. Upon the first boot I go into command line mode (-F etc), do a fsck, mount / and edit the plist to set my graphics @ 1680x1050x32 and reboot. (btw, even if I don't do any of this I still get the behaviour below). Upon this reboot, the screen displays the Apple logo and spinning gears. Next thing, the gears stop spinning but the intro audio music starts playing in the background but the image on the screen doesn't change. It's like the screen has hung but the "set up your computer" procedure has began. I tried not setting a video driver as well as using AGPpart and even NVidia Legacy drivers from the installation options. Nothing is working. Anyone got any ideas? TIA.
  6. Has anyone tried this on a 600m? I've got an almost perfect setup on my 600m, main bits are; iPC 10.5.6 Voodoo Kernel 9.5.0 Voodoo Power Natit I'm missing touchpad scrolling and tap and no ability to screensave/sleep. I don't want to risk wrecking my setup unless I really have to. :pirate2: So has anyone used this on a 600m? TIA.
  7. Thanks to you all. With the help of this post and milkmans iPC on 600m blog, I was able to get iPC 10.5.6 installed and operational on my 600m. The only thing that is not working now is the tap and scroll on the touchpad. Did anyone here get it to work properly? I've searched and searched but can't find the solution, at least from what I can tell. Another thing, do you hard drives run hot with OS X?