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About sven86

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  1. UnOfficial Dell Inspiron 6000 Thread

    What kext file did you use to get the sleep working? Does it work for 10.5.6 or do you have to upgrade it to 10.5.8? I can't seem to get the sleep working on mine.
  2. Dell Inspiron 6000 with iPC 10.5.6

    To see battery meter, you will have to get the AppleACPIBatteryManager.kext file. Then it showed the batter meter, but it seemed to also affected my restart/shutdown, so I used the openhaltrestart.kext file to fix that. Did you ever got sleep/wake to work? I can't seem to do that. Also, do you know how to change the resolutions as well?
  3. Okay, I got my 10.5.6 installed using iPC. I was also able to get it to restart and shutdown properly using the open/halt/restart kext file. Now I can't seem to get the sleep/wake to work. I know there's a kext for closing and opening your laptop while it's still on, but I can't find one for sleep. Apparently I read that the 9.5 Voodoo kernel has this option already, but how do I make it work? Also, has anybody got the SD card working on it as well? Here's my specs. Dell Inspiron 6000 Intel Celeron M 1.5 GHz. 60 GB HD, 17 of it is partitioned for Mac OS. 512MB RAM PC2-6400 ATI Mobility Radeon x300 64MB
  4. Dell Inspiron 6000 and Truemobile 350

    Okay I installed OS X 10.5.6 using iPC and following the guide from here: Dell Inspiron 6000 hackintosh. When I first boot it up, the grey bootup screen appears, then a light blue screen, but that's it. It doesn't go to the login page, it just stays there on the light blue screen. Here are my specs: Dell Inspiron 6000 Intel Celeron M 1.5 GHz. 60 GB HD, 17 of it is partitioned for Mac OS. 512MB RAM PC2-6400 ATI Mobility Radeon x300 64MB I don't understand why it stops there. I also tried the safe boot mode (-x) but it's the same ------------------------------------ Guess what? I got it working! I took an advice from Youtube and this is what I did when I booted it up: boot : -s mount -uw / rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/App­leIntelIntegratedFramebuffer.k­ext can someone explain why removing this kext stops the problem?
  5. Hi. I am planning to install OS x 10.5.6 using iPC's version on my Dell Inspiron 6000 Laptop. I want to know if I need anything special like a kext file to get the bluetooth (Truemobile 350) working. Also, I don't have a wifi module card with the laptop, but I want to know what would be a good one for the Inspiron 6000? One last question. Is 10.5.6 the highest I can upgrade for the 6000?
  6. Never mind, I got the bluetooth and wireless networking right now. However, I got a new problem. Even since those two things got working, my touchpad starting to not working. Everytime I touch my touchpad, the cursor goes to the bottom left of the screen. I don't know why it does that and I can't move it from there. My netbook is an Asus 1000HE and I only have 1GB of Ram.