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icarususa

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  1. Hi there; I'm using an Acer Aspire One running 10.6.4 and somehow I accidentally uninstalled Chameleon from my system. So when the system boots up, it directly goes to the Apple logo, skipping the Chameleon logo/loading thing. How do I install chameleon back into my system again? Thanks
  2. Would this work well?

    I am not very well versed in computer hardware, mostly because I've been using laptops for a while now. But recently, I've been interested into building my desktop hackintosh. I've read many guides and looked at many hardware from compatibility lists and I came up with this setup: http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/13OAJYOBAJAUD Please let me know how well this would work. I am not trying to build a powerhorse, just an everyday machine for media related stuff, and light gaming. I'm not even going into overclocking and stuff. I mostly care about compatibility than power. I would really appreciate your feedback on the setup.
  3. these worked perfectly on AAO ZG5 running 10.6.4. Thank YOU!!
  4. Acer Aspire One AOA150 ZG5

    Could anyone find a solution for this by any chance? I have found a funny workaround and I explained here how: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...95180&st=60
  5. People who are wondering about the CPU speed clocking down when it runs on battery, I found a weird workaround for the problem by mistake. I was messing around with netbook installer and installed it. after the install i realized that the battery indicator didn't show anymore. I must have messed with some power management kexts. The good thing is that now the laptop thinks that it's always working on adapter so the cpu always seems to clock at 1.6ghz. I think I can sacrifice the battery indicator for the CPU speed because it's extremely slow on battery and impossible to watch any videos online. The laptop still blinks red when it's running out of battery soon, so you still have some idea when you need to charge, so it's not that bad at all.
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