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Ben Pool

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  1. I have a DFI JR-GF9400 T2RS running Leopard beautifully at the moment. Thinking about upgrading to 10.6 eventually, but have not seen any other people do it yet, so I thought I would hold off for now. The route I am thinking about going is an external drive install off my macbook (GF9400 unibody jobbie) and then installing whatever kexts I need before putting it in my HTPC box. If anyone has any better suggestions I would love to hear them!
  2. Mac OS X Over the Years

    I get a 500 server error mate......
  3. Gigabyte's Nvidia 9400 powered M-ATX MOBO

    Has anyone played around with the DFI version of this board? The JR-GF9400-T2RS? I have it running ok with 10.5.6 using iPC, but I cant seem to get it to update properly and run stable. Any ideas would be great, on paper this should be like the geforce MBs
  4. I have a PhD in Chemical Physics and I have never heard of this journal before. Not bashing the journal at all, but I am not so sure on how these open journals are reviewed. Knowing what sort of hoops I have to jump through to get published in the Journal of Chemical Physics or the Journal of Physical Chemistry A means I have a fair amount of respect for these journals and the publishing houses that print them.
  5. How big is the drive? I had a similar issue when I tried to boot a 1.5TB drive, turned out that the bootloader couldn't address a drive larger than 1TB. Stuck the bootup on a 100GB drive and all went fine