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    Larisa, Greece
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    *nix, Music Production, swimming, watching HD movies, Anime
  1. Thanks for posting this ! It saved the day , trying to install kalyway 10.5.2 on a Gigabyte K8NSC-939.
  2. Thanks for documenting this procedure. I'll be installing on a UD5 soon. Take a look at the first post: Perhaps these .kexts don't work because of a UUID mismatch. Please correct me if this is wrong. I haven't checked the scripts to see under the hood.
  3. Great log, thanx for sharing I 've really enjoyed it so far
  4. Locked. I'm probably gonna sell it for spare parts.
  5. My Snow Leopard compatible Hackintosh is up for sale: Case: CoolerMaster RC-690 PSU: Seasonic S12-650W 80+ MoBo: Gigabyte EP35-DS3P (boxed) CPU: Intel Core2Duo E8400 (Boxed) Cooler: Xigmatek Red Scorpion (boxed) RAM: Corsair DDR2 4GB (2x2) 5-5-5-18, 1.8v GFX: 8800GT 512MB with passive cooling (boxed) HDD: WD Velociraptor 300GB Media: SATA DVD-RW DL + Floppy drive Price: €475,00 Location for pick-up: Larisa, Central Greece. Please, contact me via PM for more info. I can ship the Mobo, RAM and CPU combination abroad, after wire transfer of 240 euros has been cleared. Thanx !
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    BIOS modding

    Hm...Have a Gigabyte EP35-DS3P. There is an option in BIOS for a custom full screen OEM logo. I want to get rid of: GFX Card info (first thing we see on screen). This can be done via a gfx card bios editor. POST info. This can be done via the way you describe. I've already done that: Bios Info, "Press DEL", RAM Testing, HDD+DVD probing are gone. After POST though, there is another final screen with PNP Device listing, with info such as: Vendor ID, Device ID, IRQ, Device Type. This is the screen I'm after getting rid of. Any hint appreciated.
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    BIOS modding

    Is there a way to get rid of the PnP device listing after the POST/Full Screen OEM graphics ?
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    RME HDSP MacOSX (x86) drivers released

    The initial posts in this thread were about how & why the HDSP PCI (not PCIe) won't function properly in OSX with the RME-provided drivers. It only takes a sharp-minded user to make it happen again.
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    Γενική Συζήτηση

    Απ'ότι θυμάμαι από τις πρώτες απόπειρες hackintosh στα netbook, στο wind χρειαζόταν BIOS update για να τρέξει ομαλά το OSX. Περίοδος 10.5.2-10.5.4. Υπάρχουν ειδικές διανομές για τα wind και τεχνικές, ακόμα και ειδικά fora. Ίσως εκεί να βρεθεί γρηγορότερα η απάντηση, χωρίς να μου προκαλέσει έκπληξη το αντίθετο. Μόλις πρίν από λίγες μέρες σε συνάντηση με φίλους, είχαμε την τύχη να δούμε από κοντά Leopard σε Wind U100, με sleep, ήχο, wlan, 100% working. Σε γενικές γραμμές, κυκλοφορούν fix για διάφορα USB related προβλήματα.
  10. GB EP35-DS3P, Retail SL. The script I used assumes the on-board LAN ported to be enabled. Perhaps, altering the script to look for the wifi card, would do the trick.
  11. Same problem (freeze/KP) here with Linksys WMP300N PCI (Atheros) as soon as it connects to a network. We should try re-creating DSDT.aml with the card plugged in, perhaps in a different PCI slot, as it has been reported to work some posts above. I am so curious though how it works for the happy ones EDIT: I've just noticed the post refers to Broadcom based wireless cards
  12. I used Digital Dreamer's script but whenever I try to access the Internet with Linksys WMP300N WiFi PCI (Atheros) or plug-in a data USB stick I get a kernel panic.
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    RME HDSP MacOSX (x86) drivers released

    HDSPe + Multiface mkII Latest drv + frmware MacPro + GB EP35-DS3P based Hackintosh. Everything OK 100% with the MP. Sometimes the HDSP control panel crashes after a cold boot when it's installed in the Hackintosh. Once relaunched, everything works fine. Failure Rate: 1 out of 500 times....
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    Post your STUDIO SETUP.

    I had to clean-up a bit to get a good view... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI7E9O4zOwA E8400 based OSx86 computer, thanks to: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=184367 and http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...139775&st=0