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  1. [GUIDE] Leopard on ASRock P43Twins1600

    Just a note to anyone else that finds this thread for this motherboard. I have switched to a new machine so I will not be updating this anymore. In closing it is a great board and is very well supported. I also updated through Software Update to 10.6.4 with no problems what-so-ever. Good luck to anyone else still using this board.
  2. New Macbook Bootcamp drivers

    Hi all, My GF has one of the new white macbooks with the Geforce 320M graphics chipsets in it and I installed Win7 Ultimate with bootcamp but she lost her Snow Leopard disc which contains all the drivers for her macbook. Does anyone have the Wifi and Sound drivers? Obviously I can get the graphics drivers from Nvidia but the others I am unsure of. Thought I would post here to see if anyone had them before scouring the machine to get the device ID's and find the drivers manually from the manufacturer. I grabbed a pack of Bootcamp 3.0 drivers but they were for other hardware so I imagine her SL disc contains macbook revision specific drivers and does not encompass all machines? Thanks.
  3. [GUIDE] Leopard on ASRock P43Twins1600

    So I installed Win7 but I am unable to get the winflash that works with our mobo to make a dump of the bios. If you have it I can make it for you.
  4. [GUIDE] Leopard on ASRock P43Twins1600

    Hey, I don't have windows on a harddrive at the moment but I will try to get a dump for you this week. I can't make any promises though. Perhaps another member with this board can do so.
  5. ALC888 100% in Snow Leopard x64

    Works for the board in my sig. Linked to here from my tutorial. Thanks!
  6. [GUIDE] Leopard on ASRock P43Twins1600

    Alright guys, I finally got around to updating this beast to Snow Leopard. I used the myHack installer found here: http://osx86.sojugarden.com/installer/ It is really simple but I hit one snag when I tried to restore my legal Snow Leopard disc to my USB drive. This is what I did: Made a new DMG of my SL disc. Put the DVD in and select it in Disc Utility, click "New Image" and just save it, I called it "SL". In order to restore it to the USB drive you have to then select the "SL" dmg you just made and click "Images" from the menu bar (up top menu bar, not on the application) and click "Scan Image for Restore", this takes a few minutes. Click your USB drive and Partition it to 1 partition and in the options select Master Boot Record. Select your USB drive and click "Restore" and then drag your SL dmg to the source and drag your USB as the destination. I opted to have it erase it. When this is all finished (took around 45 min for me) run the myHack installer from the URL above and make sure to install it on your USB drive! I just did the default install. Restart and boot off your USB drive. You'll get a menu and you can just hit enter twice to boot from the USB drive Install SL as normal Boot from your USB drive again after the install and hit enter when you see the progress bar on the myHack boot screen, select your Hard Drive that you installed SL onto Boot up, go through the normal install process and then go into your USB drive and run myHack installer that is on there. I just choose the normal install. When I went to reboot it didn't shut down, I had to hard reboot Remove your USB drive and boot from your Hard Drive. You should see the same myHack boot loader (Chameleon) if everything went smoothly You should have graphics (if you have a common ATI or Nvidia card) and ethernet Install the HDA kext from the zip file in my first post and that should get you audio (I have yet to do that, I am using migration assistant right now to get my data from my other Hard Drive) (did not work) Install the audio kexts from this link (first post): http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...188349&st=0 Three things to note: when I went to shutdown after the install, right after I installed myHack on the HD it would not shut down. I had to hold down my power button. after the migration assistant finished I tried to log back into my regular account and I just go the loading wheel. Had to hold power button again. after I installed the audio kexts and rebooted the system would not get past loading. I for a third time held the power button and restarted, it was fine after this. So after install and three reboots I am running just fine. That's pretty much it. If you follow those steps along with the steps on the myHack page you should be in Snow Leopard in about an hour. Good luck!
  7. Posting this from my newly acquired D620 thanks to your ISO you put together. Nice work! Like some others have noted, the Chameleon menu got scrambled for me when I swapped DVD's and hit F5 to have it read the SL DVD. This was due to my Combo Drive (CD Burner + DVD Drive) so I swapped it out for my girlfriend's plain DVD drive from her work laptop, which happens to be a D620 as well. I gather that one could use a USB DVD drive if they did not have a spare DVD drive to use. Thanks again, Leppy!!
  8. [GUIDE] Leopard on ASRock P43Twins1600

    I don't have the BIOS on my Hard drive anymore, I'll see what I can find for you. I am currently running 10.5.7 but updating to the latest isn't hard. You just have to (taken from: http://netkas.org/?p=123) install Disabler.kext (http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?act=attach&type=post&id=41446) install this dsmos.kext ( a bit updated to be present in mkext - http://rapidshare.de/files/48042786/dsmos.kext.zip.html) reboot create backup of Extensions folder. just in case: sudo cp -rf /System/Library/Extensions /System/Library/Extensions_old Good Luck! I will work on getting Snow Leopard running on this motherboard next, I just haven't had time.
  9. Apple iSight Web Cam w/Griffin SightLight

    Holy bringing back a thread from the dead, batman
  10. Steermouse and XGestures are just about the only apps I have paid for in years. Both are very handy. I use both for my Logictech G5 for mapping of buttons, mouse gestures and better mouse sensitivity compared to the built in controls.
  11. Just wanted to say that I followed your guide, installed the kexts and added the EFI strings for video and everything is working like a champ. Took about 10 mintues. Even the Spliter/Dongle thing for dual display works. Nice work on the walkthrough!
  12. [Install] Dell Latitude E6400 E6500

    I just installed Cham 2 rc2 and I get nothing. Is there anything special needed after installing?
  13. Street Fighter 4

    Has anyone tried it? I haven't tooled around with Cider in ages, since I got Dawn of War to work waaaay back in the day before people were sharing a working one. I tried SF4 but it was a no go.
  14. [Install] Dell Latitude E6400 E6500

    I've been trying the NVDarwin kext posted earlier in this thread but no dice. Kernel Panic each time. Also my Boot-132 disc would not work so I just installed iDeneb 10.5.6 which went fine until I installed NVDarwin. Anyone try NVKush with this card?
  15. Sold

    Not to be blunt and rude, but you aren't going to get any where near that asking price. You would honestly be lucky to get half of that. Your best bet is to Ebay it.
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