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About Beldar

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  1. dv6358se wifi

    I also have a DV6 series and also everthing for me works except wireless. Even ethernet works, im posting from it now. Anyone have a fix for this?
  2. Need help connecting to the internet

    Just register a real Apple copy? I must get one to thank apple for their good work. Should I go on ahead and send in my registration with maybe maybe not fake information? I have everthing working now except for wireless. I'll restore my Vista partition when I decide to actually use it... I already got a PC
  3. I am using iDeneb V1.3 10.5.5. Install went perfect, boots into Leopard fine. My laptop is an HP Pavillion DV6500T Intel C2D T7250 2.0GHZ 4GB RAM 8400GS 128MB 140GB HD First problem, I can not boot into my Vista partition. It says NTDLR is missing, press CTRL ALT DEL to restart. Im not too worried about this, I installed iDeneb over my Windows 7 partition; both had nothing important on them as I have only had the laptop a couple weeks. How can I get back into Vista? EDIT: Fixed the audio, just need to get wireless working Network Controller: Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless 3945ABG
  4. why should i mac?

    I got my first new Mac a couple weeks ago. I've had older ones in the past, but a new Mac is so much more powerful. (obviously) First of all, OS X is definately more organized. It runs better than Windows, its more "smooth" and responsive. So what if it looks better, that should be a plus. And it doesn't rob your CPU and RAM like Vista Aero or any XP program(object dock/whatever). Besides, if you can still run Windows, what could it hurt? Im still a heavy PC gamer and I even got Vista Ultimate on my Macbook for games like UT2004(wasn't gonna re-buy the Mac versions). They both have their ups and downs, mainly being you can't run PC games on a Mac and Windows is proned to Viruses and such; but everything else its just as good. Otherwise I would have sold my desktop and bought a new iMac.
  5. My Macbook I got a few days ago, running Vista Ultimate and Leopard. Been thinking about putting Leopard on my Desktop.