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  1. Chameleon 2.4svn Official PKG Installer

    Is it correct like this? Dutch.lproj.zip Furthermore, what files should be translated from the prefpanel? Is it Chameleon.strings and Localizable.strings? I'm guessing the .nib file should not be translated, as it gave me a bunch of code that was not readable.
  2. Chameleon 2.4svn Official PKG Installer

    I have translated RC5 in dutch. I have added the translation as a attachment. I will translate the prefpanel, when I have more time. English.lproj.zip
  3. Thank you! I presume you should install combo update first. Don't restart. Install kernel package. Restart. Right?
  4. Update finished: kernel panic

    Boot with: pmVersion=0 Then replace Sleepenabler.kext with the version from: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=196466 That should do the trick
  5. OSXRestart.kext

    Thank You! It works perfectly on my GA-78GM-UD2H
  6. Thanks that did the trick!
  7. Yes I installed the Ac97 codec + the patch and it didn't change much. Thanks anyway
  8. Thanks for the guide Zenith! I am now running Snow Leopard 10.6.3 flawlessly on my i5-430m. Only sound is quite stuttery, so music has to be played in Windows but that's no problem. If someone managed to make an QE/QI graphics driver it would be perfect I can develop iPhone Apps now :-)
  9. [GUIDE] Leopard on an XPS 1330/1530

    After installing the 10.5.8 update my sleep has ceased working too. I have reinstalled the kext and have edit the plist again, but when i sleep my laptop it hangs on black screen. If anyone has a solution I would be happy to hear it.
  10. [GUIDE] Leopard on an XPS 1330/1530

    Thanks for trying out the pdf file, I now know that preview just sucks. One reboot after the kext my system crashed, so I don't recommend anybody using it. Speed increase was most likely only a relative thing.
  11. [GUIDE] Leopard on an XPS 1330/1530

    After playing around with my freshly installed system, I noticed the same stuttering with PDF files. So that didn't solve the problem. I was searching for a way to fix it when i found the following: (Link deleted, see last post) I decided to try it and I noticed the Read / Write speeds of my osx installation increased to the extreme. Normally when I wanted to add music to my Itunes library it went very slow. After installing this kext it goes lightning fast. I know its not a real test, but I have only just installed it and will do a geekbench tommorow. Now it's time for bed, work is waiting again.. P.s. It didn't solve the pdf issue, so I'm still looking for a solution for that.
  12. [GUIDE] Leopard on an XPS 1330/1530

    My sleep would not work without VoodooUSBEHCI.kext, this can be downloaded from: http://www.superhai.com/darwin.html Please follow the readme carefully. I do have to say it only fixed the no keyboard in bios issue, don't know if it can possibly solve your issue, but it's worth a try. As for my issue, I'm thinking of saving al the needed kexts beforehand and doing a fresh install, maybe with an EFI partition, but I would need to read up a bit first. But that's all for tommorow, because now its time to take a nap as it is almost 1AM here.
  13. [GUIDE] Leopard on an XPS 1330/1530

    Tried to disable the speedstep kext, no difference noticed. I did notice when scrolling a large pdf file in preview that cpu utilisation jumps to the full 2100 mhz my t8100 processor is capable of. I'm guessing that's not normal performance is it.. There's no video problem either because world of warcraft and all the osx animations work flawlessy. The osx layout / gui is supposed to be build of pdf files isn't it? That would make the problem even weirder. I've included an example of a heavy pdf file and I would appreciate it if somebody took the time to test it. I've experienced the same problem that my keyboard would not work anymore and I had to pull the battery several times. This was caused by, at least for me, not having installed the sleep kext which would cause my laptop to crash and put itself off when entering sleep. After installing the kext, I've never had this problem anymore. You might want to look into it, would be an easy fix. subwaymap.pdf
  14. [GUIDE] Leopard on an XPS 1330/1530

    Let me Rephrase that. Your kext is working superb, because I already had the problem before installing it. I will try removing the speedstep kext tonight. An example is:http://gigapica.geenstijl.nl/ Scrolling is very slow there in firefox..
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