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    Atheros AR8131/AR8132

    Good to know. Thanks.
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    Atheros AR8131/AR8132

    http://maceee.blogspot.com/2010/02/snoweee...ow-leopard.html This site claims to have the ethernet working for 1005HA netbooks, and they use the AR8132. I haven't tested it myself, but I just thought I'd throw that out there for you guys.
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    SL on Asus EeePC 1005HA?

    Thanks again to everyone who has contributed to this thread, it has been very helpful. Any news on whether we'll ever get the AR9285 wifi working or at least the AR8132 ethernet?
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    SL on Asus EeePC 1005HA?

    This is so awesome! Great work everyone! I sure hope that we get wifi working soon for the 1008HA and 1005HA. I'm planning on trying this on my 1005HA-P, but I had a couple of questions. Does anyone know if the 667mhz memory speed was ever worked out? -and also- Does anyone know if this method for installing Snow Leopard enables Hyperthreading to work (does the activity monitor display two CPU graphs). I would like to know if the hyperthreading works on the 1008 or the 1005, but specifically the 1005HA or 1005HA-P if possible. Thanks!
  5. Yes, it was very strange. I tested extracting it to the desktop as well and that didn't work either. Maybe it has something to do with me using the RC version of Windows 7 x64. Perhaps I will test it again when I upgrade to the RTM. Either way, these drivers and registry files that you have put together are great so thank you for your good work. It's so nice to finally have HFS+ support in windows!
  6. Thanks DigitalDJ! Files work great, but your batch file didn't work for me on my Windows 7 x64 RC computer (I ran it as an administrator and everything, and it could identify my Processor Architecture as AMD64, but when it got to the "Copying..." portions it said "The system cannot find the path specified." and when I got to the "Adding Services to Registry..." portion it said "ERROR: Error opening the file. There may be a disk or file system error." This was weird because when I copied the files and imported the registry file myself manually and ran your batch file to remove them it worked fine and your batch file uses the same paths for install and uninstall, so I'm not sure what the problem is). Anyway, please let me know fi you find a fix for that, but thank you again for your compilation of both x86 and x64 versions of the drivers and reg files. They work great when I install them manually!
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    iDeneb v1.6 10.5.8 Lite Edition

    Can anyone please tell me the md5 of their ideneb v1.6 10.5.8 Lite ISO that works? I'm not sure if the one I have is the real thing since it didn't come with the md5.rtf document. Thanks!
  8. Hey John, first off I want to say thanks to you for helping me get hackintosh working on my own Asus 1005HA (I used your guides from other parts of these kinds of forums). I experienced the same problem as you with Garageband '09 and other applications on the small 1024x600 resolution, and I have found something that helps, but it doesn't fix it completely because it can kind of getting annoying after a while. What I do is use a program made for macs called Zooom/2 (it does cost money, but you can at least download a demo to see if you like it or not). You can find it at: http://coderage-software.com/zooom/ and it features an option to allow you to move windows in mac by simply pressing a button on the keyboard so all you have to do while you're using garageband is press that button, then use the mouse to move the active window (garageband) and you can move it up beyond the apple bar at the top (the top portion of garageband will go offscreen, but once you have the things you need selected from the bottom you can just press that button on the keyboard again and drag it back down). The main problem with this method is that it only works with some applications because only a few will let you drag the window up offscreen at the top past the apple topbar. Like I said it's not really a solution, but it does work. Let me know if you find any other solutions or have any questions. P.S> Did you ever manage to get the wireless or ethernet working on your hackintosh 1005ha, or do you know if anyone is working on a driver for those? I've been looking forever and I can't seem to find a solution. I hope someone figures something out.