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DennisNL

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  1. My sound sucks!

    Hello, Here are my specs: OS: Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Processor: Intel E5200 Dual-Core CPU @ 2.5 GHz Motherboard: ASUS P5KPL-AM Memory: Memory: KINGSTON CL5 KIT 4096MB DDR2 800MHZ Video: NVidia GeForce 8400GS 512MB Southbridge: Intel 82801 GB (ICH7) Chipset: P35/G33/G31 Rev 10 I really love OSX Lion, everything is awesome. But: my sound is really bad. I almost muted the soundlevels, but it's still blowing in a really bad way. Anyone who know to solve this? I really hate it!
  2. Hi All, I am getting an annoying error when I try to boot up any kind of Leopard 10.5. I boot it, and it just restarts. I recorded it with my telephone, and I read it. It says: EFI Enhanced Bootloader build: ToH. After that, my computer is rebooting. How can I fix this? If I install Tiger, no problem, when I boot the Leopard DVD, I will get an reboot.
  3. Zijn hier ook nederlanders?

    Hier ook een Nederlander woonachtig in het mooie Groningsche landschap (Draait nog geen Mac OS X door wat probleempjes, die nog opgelost gaan worden)
  4. Asus P5N-D w/ Windows 7 Skips Leopard Boot

    Add Mac OS X to the bootloader manually. The easiest way to do that is with EasyBCD. http://neosmart.net/downloads/software/Eas.../Build%2055.exe Found on : http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=142582
  5. iPC, patched, iDeneb not installing, Asus A8N5X

    Not. Try to reinstall Mac OS X without installing the graphics. Install it after you've installed Mac.
  6. iPC, patched, iDeneb not installing, Asus A8N5X

    AppleNForceATA: warning phy connection failed. status=0x00000000 Seems to be an error with your NForce graphic device. Try to install it without NForce driver.
  7. Is this going to work?

    Hi members! I imagenized the following: I will install Mac OS X on another harddisk. Then, I will put in the Windows XP harddisk, and boot this as primary. Then, I am going to copy the chainfile, and set it up at the Windows XP Bootloader: (I just quoted it, but yes, I know Windows XP has to be in this bootloader list, too) After I did this, is it possible I can boot Mac OS X if I choose this at the (modified) bootloader? Greets, DennisNL
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