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About kevt

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  1. Great guide Daniel, one of the most straightforward hackintosh installations. All the standard features work on my B202, and the Broadcom fix post sorted the 'airport' as I'd swapped wifi cards. Two issues, (1) with your BIOS my B202 would no longer boot into Windows XP, and I gather from previous posters that Windows 7 is a problem too. Something in your BIOS seems to be upsetting Windows - any ideas as to what? I'd like to give dual boot a go. (2) I tried BlueTooth via adapters. The first - a cheapo one, didn't work; the second, a Belkin model, works fine, until the B202 goes to sleep. On wake, it fails to re-establish contact with the bluetooth devices. This has been a problem on other hackintosh netbooks. I tried the 'Bluetooth fix' from NetBook Installer (selecting only this option), but this broke the installation. I looked for a USB Wake from sleep option in the BIOS, as sometimes this can effect it on NetBooks, but couldn't find this option. Thanks for your work.