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    High School Relationships

    You can always still talk to her. >>
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    Death of a President

    You guys all miss the complete f***ing point. Do any of you remember World War 1 at all? We gave them their democracy, and see what happened? Hitler came and started his motion. The people in Iraq are happy that Bush is there. I personally know people from there, as they are my best friend's family's home country. If we just stop now, there will be another Hitler. f*** you all, you will never like whatever president we have. Living through it and hearing about it are two totally different things. For you to say George Washington was a good president, you wouldn't know. You weren't there. Anyone who wishes the president dead, should go to another country. If it's so bad living here, than get the f*** out. I am sick of all of your complaining. As for the people that don't live here, shut the f*** up about it. It doesn't concern you. Nobody says anything good about America. Now don't you go saying "There isn't anything good about America." You'd just be lying to yourself. And I digress.
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    OSX 10.4.6 JaS Install - Boot Issues

    When you customize you have to choose Amd or Intel. Also, SSE2 or SSE3. That box comes up when you don't customize it correctly.
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    Which combo?

    It depends. I am trying to find some way to get my display working properly, with my Dell Dimension 2400 that you aren't supposed to be able to get to work. But on this computer I have: TinyXP Beast: For games Deadmoo Os X: Which won't boot anymore after installing the Acronis Os Selector. Home XP: For programming since Beast doesn't like to use some files since it removes most of the non-needed XP files. Os x 10.4.7 Jas Install Dvd: Which actually works with files that wouldn't work in the deadmoo, but has 8 colors when booting without Vmware. It all depends on what you use it for. If you want a fast gaming os, use beast, it's really fast. If you want regular Xp go for it. I wouldn't use Vista Beta, but that's just me. Perhaps more details on what you use your computer for?
  5. Is your mouse or keyboard usb? I have heard from some of the people on another message board that their usb mice and keyboards do not work after install too. They say also that when they boot into -v that it will say the usb devices have errors. If they are usb, try using a non-usb keyboard and mouse, if you have one.
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    FLASHING CIRCLE WITH LINE THROUGH IT

    You can always use cpu-z to find out your system information. www.cpuid.com If there is no SSE2 or SSE3 then you cannot run it. (Which I am sure you know.)
  7. I have read about how when you have "Intel Integrated Graphics" that you can only get to 1024x786 for your display. Recently, I had Deadmoo's image, but now it won't seem to boot. I used the AppleIntelIntegratedGraphics.kext and changed the value to use my graphics card, and it worked fine for about a month. Anyway, I can access the old drive still, even though it won't boot. I tried chmod and chown'ing the Apple Intel Integrated Graphics file into the new System/Library/Extensions, but it still doesn't work. I wouldn't mind only having 1024x768 and millions of colors over what I have now. How do I get there? I have heard that they are trying to "Rent a Coder" to make a new driver so they can get past 1024x768, but how do I get there in the first place? If I have read this wrong, I am sorry. It works properly in Vmware tools though with 1024x768 in millions of colors. As for my graphics card (Which is the only problem, everything else works) it is: Intel® 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics Controller Thanks for your help, and sorry if this has been answered before, but I have been looking around.
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    install 10.4.7 dvd wont boot

    How long have you waited? The dvd takes like ten minutes to load, or so I hear. You can always do what I did, and use Vmware.
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