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  1. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1106176
  2. AppleHDA Solution - Work in progress

    Does anyone have volume control working with SPDIF on an ALC885? In the Sound pane it tells me that "The selected device has no output controls."
  3. That's correct. The OS doesn't react when I put a CD or DVD into the drive (though the disc will spin a little bit).
  4. nForce LAN driver

    It works perfectly, thanks a ton eno!
  5. Which file should I be using? The only NFORCE drivers I see on the Google Code site are for 10.4. EDIT: Nevermind, I see the right one now. I guess I was just thrown off because it was so much older than the other release. I'll give it a try now. EDIT 2: Still not reading CDs/DVDs I removed the old .kext and deleted Extensions.mkext and booted with -f, but still the same problem as before.
  6. I have an nForce 680i and a Lite-On DVD burner. I'm using this file AppleNForceATA.kext(10_4).zip on Leopard and it works great, transferring large files on my SATA drives is completely stable. My DVD drive won't read discs, however. The OS is seeing the drive correctly; it shows up as it should in Apple System Profiler. When I try to read a disc, it spins a little bit and then... nothing. It never mounts. If anyone has any suggestions I would be very grateful.
  7. This is similar to the problem I'm having. If anyone knows how to resolve it, I'd be very grateful. Here's my screenshot:
  8. nForce LAN driver

    Great eno, thanks for all your hard work!!
  9. nForce LAN driver

    I've got an eVGA 680i, I'm using nForceLan.kext, and I'm using the ToH 9.2.0 kernel. My network adapters will work when I boot up, but after transferring a little bit of data, they stop being able to communicate with the network. If I do a ping -f to my router, i can see that about 490 packets are able to make it through before the adapter stops working. Interestingly, I can take the network cable out and put it in the second adapter that's integrated into the motherboard, and it will briefly work and then stop, exactly like the other one. I've tried the unplug for 30 seconds trick and it didn't work. If anyone has had this problem, I would be very interested to know how you resolved it. Thanks.