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About jeff33702

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  1. GeForce 200 series support

    PM me your email address and I'll get you the EFIStrings file that you need. It was painfully easy to do.
  2. GeForce 200 series support

    From what I understand, the 275 (which I have) is not fully supported even using a single card. I'm not getting the full power out of the card. Not sure on the multi-monitor.
  3. Security Update 2010-001 is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X. For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222. This does not look like the Bonjour update. I did not install it.
  4. BONJOUR UPDATE 2010-001

    I was wondering if this is why I cant see anything on my network.... I'll re-install kext later today to see. I still have internet access.
  5. Apple Magic Mouse OSX86 - external bluetooth dongle

    Sorry guys - I haven't been able to reproduce being able to wake the machine from sleep using the mouse. I might have hit the keyboard at the same time and not realized it? Anyway, other than that, it works fine. It works after the machine wakes but you just cant use it to actually WAKE the machine.
  6. Apple Magic Mouse OSX86 - external bluetooth dongle

    I know this is old - so maybe everyone is already working well but.. I have a Trend TBW-105UB that works fine, sleep and all. Can wake with mouse too.
  7. GeForce 200 series support

    I'd be curious to see how many people ACTUALLY have fully working cards. My 275 runs some tests, reports as a GTX 275 and looks nice BUT... The framerate is much lower in games compared to the same machine booted into Windows. I used World of Warcraft as an example and where I see 60+fps on PC, I see 20 and under on OSX. It was explained to me that it's because of the lack of CUDA support for the driver being used with the 275. Can someone confirm if this is an issue with 250,260,280,285,295? Thanks! Jeff
  8. GeForce 200 series support

    I used EFI Studio to install EFI Strings for my GTX 275 and it works with QE/CI but CUDA doesn't "seem" to be working...as my frame rate is much lower than the same game on windows.. How can I verify this? Anyone get CUDA working on a GTX 275? Thanks Jeff
  9. GTX 275 896MB Drivers 10.6.1

    I don't understand the instructions.Are you saying that we need to copy the files described from Leopard then use kext helper to put them into SL along with the nvenabler and nvenabler 64?If so, any way to obtain these files if I have just this 10.6.2 machine?
  10. Snow Leopard Driver for Intel 82578DC LAN

    Mine shows up using the Intel82566MM.kext from TonyMacs guide but it will not get a link light. My sleep is halfway working and if it goes to sleep, and comes back, it shows connected with a link light but it will not pull an IP and it locks up. Would love to get this working. I think all of the BOXDP55 intel boards use this chipset.