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slyb2

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  1. Hi, unfortunetly I don`t have a solution but your post was really helpful for me. I`ve also sent you a PM.
  2. I`m also very interested in sound over hdmi on my revo 3610! really nothing new?
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    CPU fan not being shown

    I am also interested by this. Thanks to insanely mac I have 99% working hackintosh but the CPU fan is always running (medium speed I would say) and never "idles" as in Win7. The CPU is a T4400 in an Acer 7736ZG laptop.
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    Full Resolution but no QE in 10.6.3

    thanks. uhh..does it matter if it is the Mobility 4650?
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    Full Resolution but no QE in 10.6.3

    don`t know if its the right topic.. I`m looking at an Acer 5738Z with an ATI 4650 1 GB DDR3. will it work with QE/CI?
  6. 1st please note that I`m only a beginner scratching the surface of OSx86. I`ve already made a hackintosh with empire efi but I had a cd-rom. Now I want to install leopard on an Atom device and I have no external dvd drive. I`m trying to make an USB installer using this (and because Empire Efi latest release should support Atoms I see) but I cannot get the Empire Efi partition to boot..... I`ve tried every possible filesystem format, restored the images, tried the terminal commands but i`m missing something. In terminal under diskutil list I see: /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *320.1 GB disk0 1: EFI 209.7 MB disk0s1 2: Apple_HFS snow 42.4 GB disk0s2 3: Apple_HFS seven 36.8 GB disk0s3 4: Apple_HFS store 240.3 GB disk0s4 /dev/disk1 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *8.1 GB disk1 1: Apple_HFS Empire EFI 100.0 MB disk1s1 2: Apple_HFS Mac OS X Install DVD 8.0 GB disk1s2 What commands should I type in order to be able to boot from Empire Efi and carry on with the install?
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    Intel HD Graphics (10.6.3 kexts) report back

    Read a lot on this forum and learned a lot. So first post: I would love to see the 4500 problem solved. Its not much but I will gladly donate 50$ for this.
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