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    inno3D GeForce 9600+ on iAtkos 10.5.7

    Hi there, Finally got my hackintosh running sweet as a nut, with the exception of the graphics card, which is an inno3D Geforce 9600+ (This has DVI-I, VGA and HDMI). It's a PCI-e board. I'm struggling to find any information on this on the internet as Google refuses to search for "+", and the inno3D site actually shows no record of this card. Any ideas anyone? System Profiler shows this information already: Type: Display Bus: PCIe PCIe Lane Width: x16 VRAM (Total): 32 MB Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de) Device ID: 0x0625 Revision ID: 0x00a1 Displays: Display: Resolution: 1024 x 768 Depth: 32-Bit Color Core Image: Software Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes Quartz Extreme: Not Supported I have another graphics card built into my mobo, I wonder if the one is confusing the other? Any help would be greatly appreciated - all I have to do is enable all the hardware acceleration and ting then we're on a fully-functioning Hack Pro! :-D Thanks MNSNQ
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    ESI Juli@ / Envy 24 with OSX86 - Any progress?

    Hi, I'm having trouble with my Delta101lt on 10.5, with the following setup: Gigabyte GA-73PVM-S2H Core 2 Quad Q8600 2GB DDR2 800 Envy24 kext I had the 0.20 driver working fine, then had a crash (stupid NVInject!) and have been unable to replicate the working state... What I have now is the left channel of audio coming out of the sound card OK, but not a dickie bird out of the right. Have tried all the different outputs, in as many combinations as I could stomach, but still am only able to get the left channel working. I had a brief spell where (by rolling back to the 0.19 driver) I managed to get the right channel coming through (but through both connected outputs), but this only lasted to the next restart. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks
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    Safari scrolling problem

    I've had this problem, too. I can shed a little light on it though - unfortunately I've lost the link, but I found a reference to this that seemed to point to it being a problem with the graphics drivers. I did resolve this problem by installing NVInject (obviously only works if you're running an NVidia graphics card or chipset) - unfortunately I lost the partition due to me being stupid with drivers, and now I can't replicate the solution I came up with. Rest assured, though, that if you install up-to-date graphics drivers it should fix the problem. ~PLUR~
  4. Hi - first of all, go into your BIOS and ensure AHCI is turned on. That done, get iDeneb installed with any extensions you're going to need. Unfortunately I haven't worked out how to get all 4 cores of my Core 2 Quad working, but I got a successful boot by adding these flags: mach_kernel cpus=2 You only get 2 cores, but it'll at least get the machine working until I find a fix for that - when I do I'll let you know. Drivers-wise, use nvinject.kext for the NVidia graphics card (google it) and head here: http://www.audio-evolution.com/drivers/ for your Delta101lt. Be sure you dowload Envy24.0.20.0.dmg (scroll down a bit). This driver works perfectly on my system, and is billed as being confirmed working with the 1010lt so it's a safe bet. Good luck dude!
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