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  1. Hi Shourijo Go to http://www.kakewalk.se/forum/ And have a look there Ray
  2. Kakewalk.se is Down 04-07-2011 Ray
  3. Hi DaeMonS [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] 2.4.0 will do it or there is a NEW kext from kexts.com Good luck Ray
  4. Hi mrjanek How is the Project (Tool) going. Have you made any progress Ray
  5. Hi wangerman Try Plugging the monitor into the other connector on the card. ps This message may take a while to get to you if you are from MARS ??? Ray
  6. Yes installed it via Software update NO problems Ray
  7. Hi asmir6980 If you are using The Usb Install then Try the CD Install and vice versa. Are you using MacOS 10.6.0 Retail ? and not an installer for another mac. Thats about as far as i can go. Ray
  8. Hi asmir6980 The information that you require is in the Guide that came with the installer (Kakewalk) Ray
  9. Hi studio217 there is another Kakewalk forum at http://puru.se/forum/index.php There is an other Kakewalk forum on your motherboard, and others have links to the drivers for your Ethernet. Ray
  10. Hi studio217 2 ways 1) Plug in both ps2 and usb keyboards. 2) adjust the bios to support USB. Ray
  11. Please check in your BIOS that the USB is your FIRST drive Ray
  12. Hi studio217 After install you have to boot from key drive 1st time, and then install the boot loader on the HDD where you installed osx (a cut and paste from GrootWitBaas) This step was OMITTED in the guide ?? Ray
  13. Hi Bakk15 You have to go through all of the steps, If that does not work I cannot help anymore. To Restore sound on 10.6.4 for Motherboard EP45T-UD3LR 1) Re install KakewalkBoot -30-04-2010-04_34_am In KakewalkBoot2.2 Folder 2) Reinstall with Kext Utility 2.4.2, AppleHDA.kext 1.7.4a1 Sound 10.6.4 OK Drop AppleHDA.kext onto Kext Utility let it do its thing. 3) Run Diskutility (in Utilities Folder) Choose the (Kakewalk) hard drive Repair Permissions ( have a cop of Tea/Coffee it takes Up to 10 Minutes) 4) Reboot. Good Luck Ray
  14. Try This http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6098673/10.6.4%20T...EP45T-UD3LR.zip Ray
  15. Hi hahler2 1) Reinstall KakewalkBoot2.2 2) Reboot 3) if you have NullCPUPowerManagement in Extra/Extensions then remove it. And Reboot. Ray