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Northern Paladin

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  1. Hey 14z owners, just checking in to see if anyone updated to 10.6.5 and able to share who things are working? Thanks
  2. **Updated** SleepEnabler for 10.6.5

    I have a EP45-UDP3 at 10.6.2 and systems goes to sleep but the does not wake properly (it does the looping restart thing on wakeup... UD3P owners will know what I am talking about) Also, I don't have the optoin "Startup Automatically after a power failure" Anyone know how I get this option back (or what might cause it not to be there)? Could this be related to the problem of not waking properly from sleep? Thanks
  3. TimeMachine fails backup

    I had the same problem with iDenbe 10.5.8 Lite but found a solution: Boot with the itakos 1.7 (10.5.7) DVD and the Time Machine Restore works (well it did for me). Then the system would not boot. (I read somewhere that plist info and some other stuff is not backed up by Time machine because it is not needed on a real mac.) I then booted off my iDeneb disk and just selected Chamelion (de-selected all other options). This quickly installs and I rebooted to a fully restored system. Hope this helps
  4. BootCDMaker

    Try direct from the authors site: http://darwinx86.net/applications/utilitai...169-bootcdmaker http://trauma.perso.neuf.fr/softwares/BootCDMaker.zip
  5. d975xbx2 with snow leopard

    I am also planing on trying SL in the new year and would love to have some pointers from those who have got it working already... come folks where is the BadAxe2 install guide :-)
  6. JaS 10.4.8 on Compaq Evo D51S? Heck yes!

    I would also like to know the install options chosen and extras done to get EVO D51S working.
  7. Installing 10.5.4 on the Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3L

    Great News, looking forward to it. Thanks weaksauce!
  8. iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 Released!

    A great BT tracker know affectionately as the "Green Demon"
  9. iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 Released!

    Thanks!, this is great news. Northern Paladin
  10. Hey chuckles, glad to here you got it working. I tried again with weaksauce12's patcher and file but still no love. I have sinking feeling that some cryptic combination of patch attempts (which you have hit on) are needed to get this working. If by any chance you do another "clean install" of Kalway 10.5.1 let me know if just running weaksauce12's patcher first works. Thanks for sharing, but the search continues for me.
  11. Kalyway Leopard 10.5.1 Installer Disk

    I also can not get sound working (and tried HDAPatcher with STAC9274D_83847621.txt ) BJMoose, who did you get your sound working?
  12. Thanks weaksauce12, I actually tried two .txt files and one was from your pack! I have never used the HDAPatcher before so I wondering if I am using it properly (and if it is actually doing anything) I just dropped the .txt file on the patcher icon, it flashes quickly but there are not messages or anything. I reboot and look in system profiler and there is no audio. Is there some place I can look to see if the patcher actually did something? Thanks
  13. Hey folks, my sound is also not working I did not select anything sound during install. I tried using the AppleHDAPatcher_v1.16 with STAC9274D_83847621.txt file and still not working. Any suggestions? Everything else seems to be working fine so far. EDIT: {censored}, I was intending to post a reply to BJMoose thread on First impressions of Kalway on a BadAxe2 (and did not want to start a new thread)....
  14. natit breaks shut down.

    funnypanks Ok, here is what I did (see what I have in post above.) I used kalway I used disk utility to erase my existing HPFS partition (that had old 10.4 OSX on it) I selected this partition to install on. I selected EFI boot MBR option (along with vanilla kernel options and NVinject for my video card). I used Super Grub to restore Grub - it is free and you can get it here http://supergrub.forjamari.linex.org/?section=download Only side effect was that my Vista had error on start up (some boot file missing, can't remember) but it said to a Repair. Put Vista Disk in and asked it to Repair, it worked. All operating systems booting and working fine (well, except for sound). I did all online updates and still working fine. I think EFI is working... but how would I know? Hope that helps.
  15. natit breaks shut down.

    I am working on this right now! I use Grub to Quad boot (XP, Vista, OSX 10.4.9 currently and Linux (Ubuntu 7.04 currently) on one of my machines. I just did a test Kalway install to my OSX partition and it was running fine (but of course it wiped out Grub and I could not boot any of my other operating systems) I then made a mistake in trying to restore Grub.... :-( So now I am cloning the drive so I can try again (but I have feel optimistic it might work this time). I will let you know if it works out. This is what I plan to do to restore grub (with 6a option): Note: these are not my instructions and I take no credit for them, I found the online somewhere. How to Restore the Grub Menu: 1. Boot from a Live CD, like Ubuntu Live, Knoppix, Mepis, or similar. 2. Open a Terminal. Go SuperUser (that is, type "su"). Enter root passwords as necessary. 3. Type "grub" which makes a GRUB prompt appear. 4. Type "find /boot/grub/stage1". You'll get a response like "(hd0)" or in my case "(hd0,3)". Use whatever your computer spits out for the following lines. 5. Type "root (hd0,3)". 6a. Type "setup (hd0)". This is key if you want to write GRUB to the MBR. If you want to write it to your linux root partition, then you want the number after the comma, such as "(hd0,3)". OR 6b. Type "setup (hd0,3)". This is key. Other instructions say to use "(hd0)", and that's fine if you want to write GRUB to the MBR. If you want to write it to your Linux root partition, then you want the number after the comma, such as "(hd0,3)". 7. Type "quit". 8. Restart the system. Remove the bootable CD. To be honest I don't fully understand what I am doing but I have used this method to restore Grub in the past when other issues caused it to be wiped out but I have no idea if it is compatible with EFI.... If any experts want to chime in please do. If I am trying to do the impossible please let me know :-) Thanks