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  1. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Hello all, Any luck with getting the wacom tablet on X61t (Core2Duo) to work in Snow Leopard? By default SL boots into 64-bit because of the Core2Duo. Running TabletEnabler 64-bit (tried the 32-bit) and the latest TabletMagic (2b.17d2) Gets only "Tablet not found" error in System preferences. Hope some forum member who managed to get it work can still remember how to activate this beast. Thank you.
  2. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Some updates: Installed 10.6.0 and updated to 10.6.2 Booting into x86_64 Tablet does not work: TabletEnabler (64bit or the 1.1 32bit) + TabletMagic 2.0b16 (latest and 32bit) Other things mostly works: Sound + internal mic Wireless Graphics QE / CI Have to deal with brightness control and sleep/wake later.
  3. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Hi guys, I have just upgraded my X61t tablet to 10.6.3 - and had to use the X3100 FB from 10.6.2. I found no way to re-enable QE / CI on this 10.6.3 install. Anyone has any success on getting QE / CI working on a 10.6.3 X61t? If the conclusion is negative, then I may consider reinstalling to downgrade to 10.6.2... Also, I notice sound may only work on 32-bit 10.6.3 - is it the case? - M
  4. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Internal Mic Microphone working? Hi all, What is the state of the art now? All friends here have snow leopard installed on their Thinkpad x61t / x60t? I booted into my leopard (10.5) partition yesterday and found everything working smoothly - except for the internal microphone and the wacom tablet... Hope to fix these some time in 2010. - M
  5. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    That became a SLOW Leopard?
  6. I have to avoid mounting some NTFS partitions in my MBR drive because OSX tends to corrupt them for a few times.
  7. Does not work for me either, I have iPC 10.5.6, have no idea... Anybody?
  8. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Will it be due to TabletMagic? I have sound before configuring that. And after that I have no sound. I haven't touch my kext drivers otherwise. EDIT: Was some Boot.plist edit issue. IT NOW WORKS GREAT!!! Thanks to all the contributors to this post again!!!
  9. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    NO SOUND: I was having audio output (not sure about input) after I install from iPC 10.5.6 and have chosen AD1984 in the installation I tried the audio patch Arhive.zip, and amended my com.apple.Boot.plist as : Then there's no sound... Though I can use the volume-up volume-down button to trigger the on-screen display of sound control, and the sound control Icon on top right hand corner is also there. How can I get back the sound, and possibly with line-in too? Also... bluetooth was not there either for now. Thanks a lot! - J
  10. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet

    Thanks for this great post! I've tried the 24570 x 18430 settings with WACF008. Tablet stylus as a point / mouse is acceptable, but as a stylus to write / for inking is very slow and choppy (maybe because serial ports are slow ports?) - not acceptable inking experience compared to XP TE/Vista/Win7, is it also what all you are getting?
  11. Hi all, Please help me...! I worked on my secondary hard drive (NTFS non-boot) yesterday on OSX86. And today, every OS (XP, Vista, OSX, Linux) cannot read the drive, and it appears to be in RAW format. Some backup software (Acronis) can still recognize the disk label ("BACKUP") and the free space in it. But this is my backup hard drive, so I don't have backup of the data in it. This harddrive was a GPT (Guid Partition Table) hard drive I used to install OSX86 on a computer. After that I reformatted it under disk utility and make it a MBR drive with just one NTFS partition. (Reformatting from GPT to MBR removed the beginning EFI segment of the hard drive) I've tried using DTiData partition repair tool (http://www.dtidata.com/ntfs_partition_repair.htm). It found one NTFS partition, and after writing the partition table to the disk. XP still could not read it. I used another software TestDisk to tackle it. The weird thing is, on TestDisk, a HFS partition is found on it, besides the NTFS partition. What should I do? Update: the report of TestDisk said that these two partitions may be overlapping... Will the HFS partition be the reason why the NTFS is corrupted / has disappeared in this MBR drive? Please help and give me some direction on recovery my data. Thanks a lot! - J
  12. Here's my 3rd question: Does Chameleon 2.0 always require the small EFIUSB partition to work? How small can it be? Can the root partition be a NTFS (Vista or Win7) or EXT3 (Linux) partition? Thanks!
  13. cmmcnamara, Another question is: at #6, you use /fdisk So that means you format the USB drive in a MBR scheme instead of a GUID/GPT scheme when you create the 3 partitions, right?
  14. Thanks for your guide Can you explain #10 again? "10) Copy the contents of the Extra\Extensions folder in initrd.img to your Chameleon Extra\Extensions directory." seems puzzling --- initrd.img does not have a folder, it is a file. What exactly was you meant to say? Thanks!
  15. xnu-1228 / Boot Arguments

    Thanks for the detail listings. Can some of you tell us which options are the most useful ones in fixing kernel panics during boot up? e.g. panic due to some kext / modules or some other issues? Thanks!