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Col Crunch

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  1. Conditional Key Remapping

    Ok, so I am not sure if this is the best place for this post, but from the descriptions of the categories, it seemed to me to be the most fitting. Anyways, on to the topic of the post: The command key; an incredibly uncomfortable key to use, for me, and with the frequency in which I move between windows and OS X, it is just inconvenient to have to get used to the physical difference that often. So, what I am looking for is a way to remap the command and control functions to the inverse keys, except in terminal (where Control+C is still Control+C). This would obviously have no affect on shortcuts that use Command and Control at the same time as I would be pressing both keys regardless (yes, someone on another forum, actually tried to tell me that this is a reason that such a remap would be a bad idea). Doe anyone out there know of an application that will let me do this. P.S if your response is "Just get used to it", please keep it to your self. I am obviously looking for this solution specifically so I don't have to sit there and be uncomfortable, and so that I can be more productive.
  2. Is this optimus working on my Mac OS X

    So how would one configure their hackintoshed laptop to only use the nvidia chip? (Assuming the manufacturer's implementation would allow for the nvidia chip to control the LCD)
  3. [HELP] Asus X99-Deluxe Install

    That guide seems to just jump off the deep end. I dont even know what they are using to look at the plist, let alone how to translate that to something I can do on my system.
  4. So I am trying to install El Capitan on my system, and I keep getting stuck at the same spot, I have looked at many guides and it seems that I always get the same output. Firstly my specs: -Asus X99-Deluxe -GTX 980 -i7-5820K - 32GB DDR4-2133 And now for show and tell! I have tried and retried the ##### method (that program from tonymacx86 that apparently isn't liked 'round these parts), and the Clover method. I just tried the RampageDev guide, and you could say I made progress, cause now what ever I do I at least get to the following point!: http://i.imgur.com/De9X4Rw.jpg I have tried using -x, nv_disable=1 (with and without InjectNVIDIA), slide=0, dart=0, and npci=0x2000 and npci=0x3000, all give me the same output (in any combination). Does anyone (especially those with similar setups) have any ideas? UPDATE: Ok, so after changing USB headers on my board and retrying the front ports, I can get past the "Still waiting for root device" message! However now I get to these points: Booting with just -v, npci=0x2000 and kext-dev-mode=1 I get this: http://imgur.com/LXunuKm.jpg and with cpus=1 added I get the following: http://imgur.com/6SuTFLN.jpg In both cases the machine restarts after a second or two.
  5. OSx86 Reboot

    Where can I get [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url]?
  6. OSx86 Reboot

    I tried changing the bus ratio to 22 and still nothing.
  7. OSx86 Reboot

    Before I do, Will I be able to select The OS i want to boot into if it works?
  8. OSx86 Reboot

    It was some error, lol, but I modified my last post, Is what is at that link accurate?
  9. OSx86 Reboot

    Oh ok, I tried your Guide and there is a pic attached with what happened (with boot CD of yours) And as I just found out it would be 22 for me (busratio chart here: http://www.tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=642)
  10. OSx86 Reboot

    so what would I type after I press F8 just that or that and -v/-x?
  11. OSx86 Reboot

    Does not work.
  12. OSx86 Reboot

    I have 2 (Neither work) they are: Snow Leopard 10.6.1-10.6.2 Intel AMD made by Hazard and SnowOSX_Universal_10.6(432)GM_v3.5 Specs: Gateway DX4831-01e Processor: Intel Core i3-530 @2.93GHz RAM: 6GB @667 MHz Graphics: Galaxy NVIDIA GeForce GT220 Motherboard: Gateway H57M01
  13. OSx86 Reboot

    Ok so I put the disc into the computer, boot from it, press F8 type -v and it just reboots! Anyone know why this might be?
  14. OSX Snow Leopard X86

    Where can I download Snow Leopard x86? If there are multiple versions, I would like the most likely to to work on these specs(if anyone knows): Gateway DX4831-01e: Processor: Intel Core i3-530 @ 2.93 GHz RAM: 6 GB @ 667 MHz GPU: Galaxy NVIDIA GeForce GT220 Motherboard: Generic Gateway H57M01