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    Cmedia 8738

    Using the shagui posted Codec in 10.7 on a 8786 based PCI card. SPDIF 2 Channel output and analog 2ch working. Installed using Ktext Utility. Thanks!
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    Leo4allv2 will it work on following hardware...

    It should work pretty well. Try it!
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    Native miniPCI-E cards?

    Are there any other ones besides the dell 1390? My notebook dosen't like it?
  4. Does anyone have one of these and no use for it? PM with the asking price. I will pay with paypal and shipping will be to Indiana. Thanks
  5. Now on ebay! http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...E:IT&ih=015
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    Sound Blaster Live! 24-Bit Internal Sound Card

    for the pci or usb version?
  7. Upgraded to 2 gigs of Ram! Vista runs beutifullllly!
  8. For sale is my Toshiba A205-S5804 laptop. I bought this laptop just over a month ago, but now I really want a Macbook, so I have to sell it. I am a regular Ebay seller of computer parts, computers and electronics. (http://myworld.ebay.com/doylesrl) 100+ 100% feedback! Feel free to message me on ebay to prove that it truly is me. I am willing to create private auction on ebay. Laptop will come with charger, original box, restore cd, receipt, and all paperwork. The good: Nice Specs! Vista boots up quickly and runs swiftly once all the junkware was uninstalled. I have actually never had vista crash or ime the blue screen! 1.6 GHz Intel Pentium T2330 dual-core processor, (Merom core, same as Core 2 Duo but with less cache and a lower FSB) 120 GB hard drive, 1 GB RAM (I think it has 4 GB max) dual-layer DVD drive 54g Wi-Fi (802.11b/g); 10/100 Ethernet; Intel GMA X3100 graphics (up to 251 MB of available memory) Connectivity: 2 USB, 1 VGA, 1 headphone, 1 microphone, 1 ExpressCard 34/54 Battery lasts around 2 to 2 and a half hours with Vista. With Xp, that should be more. Can be easily made into a hackintosh, according to the hardware guide! The bad: The volume knob broke off, so you have to adjust the volume using software. Just a minor annoyance, as most other laptops do not even have a knob. There are 2 small scratches in the back cover, one is about 3cm by 1 cm, the other is about 4 cm and very thin. Only really noticeable when direct light is shined on them. Also has one point where the paint is chipped? Came like that from the factory, right below the left speaker on the silver paint. Some tiny paint fades on the touchpad buttons. Overall this laptop still looks new, but I just want to disclose absolutely everything. The price is $465 US plus shipping. Will ship US only through FedEx and Insured. The shipping should be around $15, but dependent on how far you are from the Midwest. Local pickup available in Indianapolis, Indiana. Payment method: Paypl or other, if not paying through credit card(through account balance or bank transfer) on paypal or by check/money order, I can reduce the price to $450. Feel free to PM a best offer! (The white blur is only a camera defect) Can provide more photos! PM with any questions!
  9. Upgraded my laptop, and no longer need these. I have seriously used these for about 2 days! $20 US. Paypal accepted
  10. I have an ECS 945gct-m, and sound and ethernet were working right from the Kalyway install. I chose Azelia Audio out option when installing. Ethernet worked without doing anything.
  11. I heard good things about the Intel Bad Axe 2 motherboard. Look into that one.
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    Price of this laptop?

    Around 400-500 Us $ used but in good condition.
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    For Sale: Dell E1505 Laptop

    I have listed the laptop on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...E:IT&ih=015
  14. Don't manufacturers change suppliers of parts during a product's cycle? So it would be somewhat hard to implement this idea? It may be possible, depends on the manufacturer. I know that Dell E1505 has several audio chip sets and different wireless cards? Why not just buy a laptop made from industry standard parts similar to apple spec that would work pretty well. I know that Acer pretty much makes their stuff with standard design parts, while other like HP/Sony/Dell have some minor differences and require proprietary drivers in windows.
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