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About wuzy

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  1. so with mine.. ADATA is DDR2-800 (PC2-6400), timing 5-5-5-18, voltage 1.8V OCZ is DDR2-1066 (PC2 8500), timing 5-5-5-15, voltage 2.1-2.3Vc urrently (under AUTO), BIOS show 667 mhz dual channel interleavedu nder system profile, OCZ slots are 667 mhz, ADATA slots are 800 so would the following be my stable settings? 800 MHz, 5-5-5-15, 1.8V +0.2V? Thanks
  2. and oh, my computer doesn't shut down properly when i send the command from the Mac partition.. I think i'm going to reinstall my computer if nobody responds by the end of this week.. =\
  3. So I have two sticks of AData DDR2 800 MHz 1GBx16 and two sticks of OCZ DDR2 PC2-8500 1066 MHz I had the two AData's installed during the 10.5.1 Kalyway installation, and today I got the OCZ's. I installed the two OCZ's, and in the middle of a MacTheRipper session, there was a kernel panic (when the circle in the middle told me to reboot). But when I had the two RAMs installed separately, the ripping sessions can be completed. My mobo is Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3. When all four sticks are installed, the BIOS show 667 MHz Inter.. something (forgot, heh). anybody know how to fix this? is this a kext problem, or hardware, or os? or maybe a reinstallation of 10.5.1 would help? (btw, xp recognized the sticks w/no problem.. bleh)
  4. Not that I can recall of.. After the initial injections from the guides, I haven't added anything kexts anymore..
  5. Before, my computer shuts down like a flash, but recently, it takes like 40 seconds to shut down/reboot my hackintosh.. Booting up is still quick, but I don't remember anything I've done in the recent past may cause this. From what I can remember, I've installed EyeTV, but I've tried quitting the Helper app before rebooting, but the same results.. Anybody have this issue and resolved it? Thanks
  6. Unexpected Quits

    I just got my MiniStack for an external AYA HD for my Mac Mini. I decided to install Leopard for my external, so I redid the partition map, upgraded Tiger to Leopard... BUT for some reason, my Leopard doesn't seem to work well. What I mean is, System Prefs, Expose, Dashboard, Get Info, Spaces, etc, would all quit unexpectedly. I have no idea why -- I'm not sure if it's because the Leopard I got was corrupted or what (which I doubt, or else I would not get and open a dmg file) Any suggestions? It could be several reasons, I believe. 1. It's external and Mini don't work well with externals (like, I can't use Boot Camp with external for some reason..) 2. I didn't finish the software updates. After I booted into Tiger, I let it run for like 1/2 hr for the software updates, reboot and into the Leopard installer ----- could that be the problem?! Of course, I would love to run the OS on my internal HD (only 80GB.. but it's SATA!!) but I don't know how to relink everything to the external (e.g. Movies, Docs, Music, etc folder so it'll show up on the left of Finder, and install Apps on external but run on internal..) suggestions, anybody? ps - I'll try installing again.. from Tiger and make sure the software updates are complete, since no one is having this problem. Little weary though, since the installation took me hours.. :/