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LinkFreak

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  1. Kalyway 10.4.10 booting issue

    Well its Ok if The about mac window doesnt show the CPU type you can fix that easy theres many guides on it. And What type of Ethernet card do you have?
  2. After installing, stuck on apple boot screen.

    I have had that done to me before. Do -x for safe mode. After the user setup you should be fine.
  3. Kalyway 10.4.10 booting issue

    Boot it up in text mode and check what the error is. Then report back
  4. Kalyway 10.4.10 booting issue

    Thanks for the tip I wonder why that is not on the osx86 wiki.
  5. Mac Pro 2x2.8 Quad Core

    lucky {censored}....
  6. .

    Well its normal to go that slow... Because you are connected to people you aren't even downloading or uploading from. I'm on a 16mbps pipeline and I top at 450-500KPBS When i was on a 6mbps it toped at 250KBPS. There are thing you can do to speed up your internet. Like when I bought a new modem I also bought new splitters and wire. Because normally the internet company's give you a low power splitter. Which will slow down your internet. I went from 6mbps to 16mbps. Sometime it runs at 8 or 9 MBPS but it is still faster.
  7. Google around for them. Or search this board. Ive setup 5 hackintoshes everyone of them had a driver or 2 missing
  8. Yup. Its the same thing just use the guide.
  9. Intel 845GM Graphics Problem

    Nope, No luck i was told that the Kext were to old to use. Could this be true?
  10. Ok, I have an Dell Inspiron 1100 with the Intel 845GM and i followed this guide. I pretty sure it should support it because when I opened to edit the fresh Kext it already have my Device ID in. But now it just wont load the kext. Can someone help me? Oh, Heres some info on it. Display: Type: Display Bus: Built-In VRAM (Total): 64 MB of shared system memory Vendor: Intel (0x8086) Device ID: 0x2562 Revision ID: 0x0003 Kernel Extension Info: No Kext Loaded Displays: Display: Resolution: 1024 x 768 Depth: 32-bit Color Core Image: Not Supported Main Display: Yes Mirror: Off Online: Yes Quartz Extreme: Not Supported I messed around some more. c-68-41-164-5:/System/Library/Extensions root# kextload -t AppleIntel830.kext kextload: extension AppleIntel830.kext appears to be valid 14Intel830Memory is not compatible with its superclass, 8OSObject superclass changed? kextload: a link/load error occured for kernel extension AppleIntel830.kext load failed for extension AppleIntel830.kext (run kextload with -t for diagnostic output)
  11. This sounds stupid but what kernel is it using?
  12. Does any of those Registry "cleaners" work?

    Yes, They do speed up ur pc a lot. File loading time should improve the most. Also the explorer should improve.
  13. OS X 10.4.9 DVD

    Does anyone know if and when the Mac OS X 10.4.9 Jas DVD will be out? It would be a nice grab.
  14. Yes, VMware Workstation 6.0 Is Out! New Features are: # Multiple Monitor Support — At the click of a button, the guest can now span monitors and also reflect the monitor topology — meaning that applications, task bars, and so on inside the guest appear as you would expect them to on a multi-monitor system. You can specify how many monitors a virtual machine can detect, regardless of how many monitors are attached to the host. This feature is especially useful if you plan to deploy the virtual machine to a different host after you create it. You can also specify what screen resolution to use. # Integrated Virtual Debuggers — With the new Workstation IDE (integrated development environment) plug-ins, software developers are provided with menu items and toolbar buttons in Visual Studio (Windows only) or Eclipse (Windows or Linux) to easily develop and debug programs in virtual machines. Documentation for the virtual debuggers is now included in the Workstation User's Manual. # Run Virtual Machines in the Background — You can now leave virtual machines and teams running in the background when you exit Workstation. On the host, a system tray icon indicates how many virtual machines are running in the background. Click the icon to open a virtual machine. # Increased RAM Support — The previous limit of 4GB total RAM that could be used for all virtual machines combined has been removed. The amount of memory used by all virtual machines combined is now limited only by the amount of the host computer’s RAM and page file size. The maximum amount of memory that can be allocated per virtual machine has been raised from 3.6GB to 8GB. # Virtual Machines Can Act as VNC Servers — You can set a virtual machine to act as a VNC server without having to install any specialized VNC software in the guest. # Record/Replay of Virtual Machine Activity (Experimental) — This feature lets you record all of a Workstation 6 virtual machine’s activity over a period of time. Unlike Workstation’s movie-capture feature, the record/replay feature lets you exactly duplicate the operations and state of the virtual machine throughout the time of the recording. At any time during playback of a recording, you can click a button to "go live" from that point of execution. # Easy Upgrade or Downgrade of VMware Virtual Machines — A new Change Version wizard steps you through the process of upgrading or downgrading virtual machines between Workstation versions 4, 5, and 6. The wizard helps you determine which virtual hardware version to use for various VMware products. You have the choice of either changing the version of the original virtual machine or creating a full clone. # Automation Via Expanded VIX 1.1 API — The VIX API (formerly known as the Programming API) is now compatible with Workstation 6. This API allows you to write scripts and programs to automate virtual machine operations. This release of the API is available in the C language. There are additional language bindings for Perl, COM, and shell scripts (vmrun). li> # Physical-to-Virtual Conversion and Enhanced Import Functionality (Windows Hosts Only) — Included in this release is the Converter Import wizard from the VMware Converter product. Using this wizard enables you to convert a physical Windows machine into a virtual machine, convert a virtual machine from one VMware virtual machine format to another, and convert virtual machines or system images from popular third-party vendors. # Automatic Upgrade to the Latest Version of VMware Tools — You can now set VMware Tools to automatically upgrade itself when a Windows or Linux virtual machine is powered on. # Appliance View for Virtual Appliances — Rather than having users see a console view for an appliance, you can now configure the new appliance view. It gives you a brief description of the type of server or appliance and provides a link that opens the browser on the guest system and connects to the correct port for the server console. # Enhanced File Sharing and Copy and Paste Functionality — You can now use shared folders on a Solaris guest. You can copy and paste text and files between Linux and Windows hosts and Linux, Windows, and Solaris guests. # Performance Improvements for Shared Folders with Linux Guests — Depending on usage, exchanging files between a host and Linux guest is now up to 40 percent faster when using shared folders. # Cross-Platform Drag-and-Drop Functionality — You can now drag and drop files and directories from a Linux or Windows host to a Linux, Solaris, or Windows guest, and vice versa. # New Online Help System — The help system includes full-text search, bookmarking ability, index, and table of contents. # Battery Information Is Now Reported in the Guest — If you use a laptop to run a guest in full screen mode, you will now be able to see status information about the host's battery. # Support for Paravirtualized Linux Kernels — If you have a VMware VMI (Virtual Machine Interface) 3.0 enabled kernel in a Linux guest operating system, you can now enable paravirtual support in the virtual machine. # User Interface for Mapping a Virtual Disk to a Drive Letter on the Windows Host # Improved 64-bit Guest Support — Intel EM64T VT-capable processors are now fully supported. # New 64-bit Sound Driver # Virtual Machine Communication Interface (Experimental) — VMCI provides a faster means of communication among applications running on the host and in virtual machines. The VMCI infrastructure comprises an SDK and drivers for host and guest. This experimental feature is especially suited for users who want to write client-server applications. For more information, view the documentation from the VMCI Developer Resources page. Also see the README file. On Linux hosts, the README file is located in the directory /usr/share/doc/vmware/vmware-vmci/samples. On Windows hosts, it is in the VMCI folder in VMware Workstation installation directory; for example, C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\VMCI. # Enhanced virtual keyboard on Windows hosts — Now when you press Ctrl-Alt-Delete, the Windows guest system only, rather than both guest and host, will act on the command. The new virtual keyboard provides better handling of international keyboards and keyboards with extra keys. This feature also offers security improvements, as it processes raw keyboard input as soon as possible, bypassing Windows keystroke processing and any malware that’s not already at a lower layer. This feature is currently available for all 32-bit Windows guests except Windows Vista guests. # VMware Player 2.0 — The new Player Welcome page gives you the option of browsing to a virtual machine file or downloading a virtual appliance from the Virtual Appliance Marketplace at vam.vmware.com. You can then use Player’s new appliance view when running a virtual appliance. For more information about standalone VMware Player 2.0, see the VMware Player Documentation page. PM me if you need a copy
  15. Well boot into mac os with the DVD again and make sure your harddrive is set to the startup disk.
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