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About travelan

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  1. ... Little more information required! (By the way, snow leopard is always 64 bits)
  2. Thanks! Worked like a charm!
  3. Hi! I've installed the iATKOS 5 on my system, and it works perfect! Even high performance 3d graphics and full multicore support! I have just one problem: when I use itunes it causes my system to hang once in 10 seconds for like 300 ms, which is very annoing because the cursor also hangs for a while. This always happens when I have iTunes running, even when it is doing nothing (not playing a song or so) edit: i think the problem is quicktime, because when i'm watching a quicktime video, i have the same problems. I am not experiencing any lags or performance issues with VLC or Songbird. Is this a common problem? (i'm afraid not, because i couldn't find much help on google..) Can anyone help me out? Thanks in advance!
  4. EBIOS Error During Install DVD Boot

    This is how I solved it: open DVD tray, move your mouth really close to the gap behind the tray (through which you can look inside the dvd player) and blow really, REALLY hard. Make sure you don't wet your dvd drive, because water + electricity is not an ideal situation. This 'error' usually means your DVD drive is almost dead, so if you tried burning your ISO on different DVD disks and brands, you know you need to replace it. Good luck
  5. Leopard installation TOH RC2

    Ahh.. Fixed it by installing the SpeedStep kernel from irc.osx86.hu #leopard Next problem... Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller... Can someone help me?
  6. Leopard installation TOH RC2

    Got the default bootloader working! (BOOTFIX) I hope someone could give me some more information about fixing the following error. According to the Apple site it has to be something with Bluetooth or something, but I don't have bluetooth! http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=5797764 This is the output I get when I boot with boot options -v ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ npvhash=4095 hi mem tramps at 0xff3e00000 PAE enabled 64 bit mode enabled Darwin Kernel Version 9.0.0: Tue Oct 9 21:35:55 PDT 2007; Tree:xnu-1228~1/RELEASE_I386 standard timeslicing quantum is 10000 us vm_page+bootstrap: 513280 free pages and 11008 wired pages mig_table_max_displ = 79 Extension "com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPlatform" has immediate depencies on both com.apple.kernel and com.apple.kpi components; use only one style. ACPI CA 20060421 AppleACPICPU: ProcessorApicId=0 LocalApicId=0 Enabled AppleACPICPU: ProcessorApicId=1 LocalApicId=1 Enabled panic(cpu 0 caller 0x001A7BED): Kernel trap at 0x001976bc, type 14=page falukt, registers: CR0: blahblahblah Error code: 0x00000002 Debugger called: <painc> Backtrace, Format - Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack) blahblahblah Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0 BSD process name corresponding to current thread: Unknown Mac OS version: Not yet set Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 9.0.0: Tue Oct 9 21:35:55 PDT 2007; Tree:xnu-1228~1/RELEASE_I386
  7. Leopard installation TOH RC2

    Oke, I think I got further. I was able to boot the right partition using the Boot disk. When I do'nt press any key when the timer is ticking, it just resume booting from the HD, and correctly accesses the right Leopard partition. Then, it crashes right after some information about the CPU and Darwin is printed. I think it has to do something with the CPU. I have a Intel Core 2 Duo Santa Rosa. Any help?
  8. Leopard installation TOH RC2

    Oke thanks! Which one do I need especially for this issue? FIXBOOT http://tinyurl.com/hidden | It's RC2 Final|pc_efi_V52(amd and intel) - http://tinyurl.com/hidden |
  9. Hey, I've tried to install Leopard using the TOH RC2 iso burned to DVD. Everything seems to work seemlessly, but when I have to reboot the system after the installation, the bootloader fails, and tells me there's no OS installed (or something like that). I know for sure Leopard is installed at least semi-'succesfully', because there are a lot of files on the newly created partition. So the problem is that the bootloader doesn't let me boot Leopard or any other OS. Is this a common problem, because I can't find similar problems on this forum. Thanks in advance, Bas
  10. Mac OS X on my AMD64, Fully functional!

    You should not get Rosetta working, but I read some users managed to get it working with new patches. Read this: http://www.360hacker.net/forums/viewtopic.php?p=2301
  11. removing AppleTPMACPI.kext

    Some of us aren't as smart as you are
  12. removing AppleTPMACPI.kext

    Yes, but I saw in another thread he didn't know how to change the root/curtis password, so he can't delete it by using finder.
  13. removing AppleTPMACPI.kext

    Of course you need to pass parameters. On the screen are those commands (including the right parameters) printed.
  14. root password? and vmwaretools?

    When you boot into singleuser mode (Bootparameter: -s) you are able to change curtis's password. Enable writing to the disk like I said in the AppleTPMACPI.kext topic and use this to change the password: passwd curtis (curtis is the root)
  15. removing AppleTPMACPI.kext

    1. Boot in singleuser mode (Bootparameter: -s) You should get a bash shell soon 2. Enable writing to the disk by executing the 2 commands on the screen (fsck... and mount...) 3. rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/AppleTPMACPI.kext 4. Reboot It should work