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About wingzero619

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  1. Looking for guide for HP Mini 311-1037nr

    I just picked one up today and will taking a crack on running OSX 10.5.5-8. Hopefully it will be painless. If I get a chance today, I will post up my progress. Has anyone here made an attempt to install it? We can all share info to get this project going. Cheers!
  2. Sony VAIO Z

    Nice work. I just picked up a Z series over the weekend and wanted to know if you have a tutorial on installing SL on the laptop. I've managed to install regular Leopard on here but wasn't too thrilled bout the resolution. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  3. Toshiba NB200 Thread

    Not a problem. Please share your success on this site when you have completed your project. Cheers.
  4. Toshiba NB200 Thread

    @liupingguo: In your bios, disable the USB options. One is for the sleep charge and the other is a legacy usb option. Disable them and your sleep function will work fine. I can get at least 7 hours since the last time I tried it. So three hours on a new battery doesn't seem right at all. Here is a guide I created for the Hackint0sh website. It's a full installation guide and all the info you need on the Toshiba NB205: Toshiba NB205 installation guide by WINGZERO619
  5. Toshiba NB200 Thread

    That's very strange. I have OSX Leopard and I can easily get over 7 hours of battery life no problem. Try re-calibrating your battery. Run it till it dies, remove the battery, hold the power button for 10 seconds, re-install the battery and perform a full uninterrupted charge until 100%. Disconnect and run it until it does without charging it. You can determine how much battery life you get from doing this.
  6. installing iLife09 from original DVD

    I had the same issue but found out it's because my Core Image and Quartz Extreme wasn't updated. You'll need some kexts to update these and you'll be fine.
  7. Toshiba NB200 Thread

    Okay here goes: I swapped out the Artheros wifi card with a Broadcom card and got it working with no problem. Sleep/wake function works 100% without screen freezing on wake or losing trac pad funcionality. Headphone jack works when you switch the audio output to the jack itself. Time Machine is fully functional and tested. Battery indicator works. Fully upgraded to 10.5.7 without a problem. Webcam works. Quartz and Core Image fully supported (need this to run iLife 09). You can find my full install at the Hackintosh site: http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/f181/77504.htm So far, it's been a fantastic netbook running a full functioning copy of Leopard and updated to 10.5.7. I have no complaints so far. Sound on it is better than what it was on XP. So no issues there. I guess you can say I was pretty successful with the whole conversion project. I am more active on the other site and helping others with the same project if you want to hang out there. Let me know if you have any questions. Below is one of the first installs I did showing that it is working. Since then, I've updated and got almost everything else working.
  8. Toshiba NB200 Thread

    Just to let you know I accomplished this task. It wasn't hard as I thought it would be but it's great and way better than my HP Mini 1000 1030NR hackintosh. The NB205 runs the OS a lot smoother. I'm pretty satisfied with it. The only thing I couldn't get to work on it was the built in wifi and bluetooth. So instead of spending more time than needed on this issue, I got a compatible usb wifi and bluetooth dongle and everything is all good. I'm currently on the Toshiba posting on this thread.