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TheMysticWizard1 replied to Panja's topic in OSx86 10.4 (Tiger)Ok so the uphuck image finished downloading and I burnt that to DVD also. Same error (/com.apple.boot.plist not found) so I got a IDE to SATA adapter for my DVD Drive, installed that, connected it to the ICH8R SATA port... disabled the JMicron chip and finally got that part working. Now both disks will boot, but I get the "still waiting for root device" message. I'm a bit closer now I suppose. I'll keep working on this for a while... *update* It's my RAID Volume that keeps it from booting. I have 2 - Western Digital Caviler SE 160's in RAID 0 and 1 - Western Digital Caviler SE 320 in standard mode. I am thinking of trying to shrink the partition on the 320, set the controller to standard mode, install OS X, enable RAID, and see if it will still boot. Then possibly copy the OS X partition over to the RAID volume and see if that works. */update* *update 2.0* I give up. OS X doesn't like my RAID setup, Partition Magic won't run in Vista, I don't have a floppy drive, and I don't have another drive with me at the moment. */update 2.0*
TheMysticWizard1 replied to Panja's topic in OSx86 10.4 (Tiger)So will this work with the Asus P5B Deluxe board? The JaS 10.4.8 won't even boot off the DVD and from what I understand it's because of the JMicron IDE chip. I think I'm gonna go to Frys and get an IDE to SATA adapter and try everything again. Any suggestions? I just get the /com.apple.boot.plist not found error when booting from the JaS 10.4.8 DVD. As I'm downloading this from Demonoid, it's going at >500KB/s right now. Great seeding!
So... is there any way to enable Tap-To-Click in Windows? This is one of the 2 things that annoys me most about my Mac Book Pro in Windows XP. (the second is the fact that it wakes up from sleep by itself and sometimes just doesn't want to go to sleep) Thanks!