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About BlueHedgehog

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  1. Does this fix also make certain installers able to detect your CPU type? (i.e. Is it just a "cosmetic" fix, or is there more to it?)
  2. I have installed a program on my iPhone called MyWi 4.0. It lets a user "tether" the iPhone's internet connection (Wi-Fi or 3G) to the computer either using USB or by a Wi-Fi hotspot broadcasted by the iPhone. So far I love the program for it's usefulness (especially when I'm trying to have internet on my OSx86 laptop) So what's the problem here? I've been getting some random kernel panics when I connect my iPhone via USB for internet tethering (the KP doesn't happen instantly). By random I mean that I could get the KP whether I'm streaming YouTube videos or simply browsing the internet (forums, email, etc.) using the same connection. The KP could also happen 15, 30, or 45 minutes after I connect my iPhone. I then enabled verbose boot ("-v" flag) to see some information in case I get a KP again. The KPs I get are always related to "IONetworkingFamily". I am running OS X on my Acer laptop in 64-bit mode. However, the problem disappears when I boot in 32-bit mode (I don't get KPs anymore). But when I boot in 64-bit mode, I then get the same KPs again. Does anyone know why I get those KPs only in 64-bit mode and does anyone know of a solution or at least a better workaround to fix this? P.S. I have posted a screenshot of the KP taken using the iPhone's camera.
  3. MyWi 4.0

    You should be able to do that. (I'm just not sure about tethering using an iPod touch) When u launch MyWi, you should see the option to enable USB tethering. There also are advanced options (go to Advanced USB) for tethering the Wi-Fi or 3G connection (iTouch doesn't use 3G).
  4. Will these work for 64-bit mode or just 32-bit? Cuz I hate being in 32-bit just to make my WLAN card (USB) work.
  5. In Snow Leopard, install of the original (0.12) driver package works (and the internet connection works), but when trying to install the updated version (0.15), it would say "Installation Failed" with a yellow exclamation mark. I did not get this error in Leopard (10.5.6). I am using Mac OS X 10.6.1 in 32-bit mode (I have a 64-bit Intel CPU), and the device I am using is the Buffalo WLI-U2-KG54 (USB) which is based on Ralink RT2500 chipset. What is causing the updated driver installation to fail in Snow Leopard? I will upload (as an attachment) a screenshot of the error soon (I'm typing this from Windows now). EDIT: Screenshot is now in attachment. Also, I'm waiting for a 64-bit version of this driver.