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About fluffysheep

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  1. I'm currently using a 9500GT for my snow leopard install but would like to use a 5770 on my Windows 7 boot. Is this possible? I'm using a EP45-UD3LR motherboard. I don't want to spend the money on a 5770 if it's not going to work. If if 5770 can't be used, can anyone recommend a similar spec'd card around the same price range that can? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Sean
  2. Many thanks for that :-) I've just installed the new kext and it works again!
  3. I've just encountered an interesting problem that I hope someone can help me with. I installed Snow Leopard and used Kakewalk for my EP45-UD3LR motherboard. Everything worked fine but then I did a combined update from apple and i've now lost all input/output audio devices. Does anyone know how I can get these back? Thanks in advance Seam
  4. Broadcom bcm43xx wireless driver [beta]

    Try changing the pci slot that the card sits in. I had a problem with my card that I had in slot 2 and it wouldn't show up in snow leopard. I moved it to slot one and it worked without any problems.
  5. Broadcom bcm43xx wireless driver [beta]

    Further to my last post, I decided to try something different. I moved the pci card from slot 2 to slot 1 and did a fresh install of snow leopard. The card is now detected and works without any hacks. So if you're card doesn't work, it might be worth moving it from one pci slot to another.
  6. Broadcom bcm43xx wireless driver [beta]

    Hi All, I'm currently trying to get my broadcom card to work under snow leopard but without any success. The card as far as I'm aware is a BCM4306 and the vendor id etc comes up as 14E4, 4320. I don't mind editing kexts I just need to know what ones to edit and what sections of each I need to modify. Any help would be greatly appreciated. My install of snow leopard comes from an an original disc with no modifications. The card definitely works as I've tried it under Windows 7. Many Thanks Sean
  7. Hi All, I'm trying to install iPC 10.5.6 leopard onto a hp/compaq TC4200 tablet notebook, but need some help with what additional drivers I need to select to get it to run? If anyone has done an install on this machine and has some pointers it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance Sean