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  1. [HowTo] Intel 8xx 1280x800 Full Support

    Here's a dumb question... I am running OSX86 on a Toshiba laptop with an Nvidia Go5100 graphics card....I know this 1280x800 fix is for Integrated Graphics systems, but is there any way I might be able to use this? I've tried modifying the AppleIntel830 and AppleIntelIntegratedGraphics kexts, but to no avail. Am I dreaming...do I need an Nvidia driver that doesn't exist?
  2. score! Finally got OSX86 going on my old Toshiba laptop. -P4 2.8GHz SSE2 -Realtek AC97 audiocard -Realtek RTL8139 LAN -1GB RAM I am dual booting with OSX86 on a 7GB partition, used the guide from 360hacker.net and it works beautifully, no problems. I had to do a sound hack to enable the AC97 audio support, but that's all in the wiki here...
  3. Problems with Norton Ghost 9.0

    I'm having a problem Multibooting. OSX86 install beautifully from my SSE2-patched DVD, but when I try and install XP and then get both Tiger and XP to boot using Linux (as outlined in this guide), I get a BSOD stop error on XP startup: UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME. The basic XP install (from the CD) works fine, but only when I try and reload my other XP install with all my data on it (from a Norton Ghost image) do I get the error. I've tried checking and unchecking the options to restore the MBR, original disk signature, set active partition and virtually everything else in Ghost, and still no luck. Has anyone else had this problem or found a way around it?