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  1. With the new cat just around the corner, I thought I'd test it out- I just wanted to be sure that it was ok to create another partition on my existing 10.5 hard drive, and install 10.6 on the other partition? WIll I still be able to boot into both? Is Refit necessary, or can i just hold the option key at boot? Thanks!
  2. Hello. I have this board: D845GERG2 http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/rg2/ There's no mention of northbridge or southbridge, however, it does use ICH4. and has a SSE2 2.4Ghz Processor. Is it possible to install Leopard on this? The DVD loads fine and I'm able to install. Thanks!
  3. So after successfully installing 10.5.5 on my Vista computer, I noticed that I was getting extremely high transfer rates between my 108mps Macbook and my 1 gigabit Vista computer running OSx86. Rates as high as 8MB/s. But when I transfer files under Vista, I top out around 4MB/s. What could be the problem?
  4. Having trouble finding the right configuration

    Sorry about the double post-browser f'ed up or something I could have sworn that I tried those settings. But I'll look into it again. Going to attempt with a XXX install too. I'm not sure how to change AHCI settings.. I checked my bios and didn't see any options regarding that. Update: So I did get it up and running- I think it was because I didn't set the ICH Chipset (because I had ICH6) but now it's working.. Thanks!
  5. I've tried the latest iATKOS and iDeneb 10.5.5 but I either get kernel panics or a reboot as soon as the OS starts to load. I'm posting my motherboard and processor specs and hopefully someone can tell me what patches and options in either installation I should use. Thank you. Asus PTGD-LR : http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/documen...;product=466107 Pentium 4 LGA-775 HT (Prescott) 3.0Ghz 530J 800/533 MHz Chipset "North Bridge" Intel 915P Northbridge Chipset "South Bridge" Intel ICH6 Southbridge Memory type PC3200 (400 MHz) DDR-SDRAM Audio Integrated Azalia 8 channel audio AC'97 CODEC Device Realtek ALC880 7.1-channel CODEC Audio Jacks 1 x Optical S/PDIF out, 1 x Coaxial S/PDIF out port Ethernet 10/100 LAN supplier Marvell 88E8053 PCI Express Gigabit LAN controller supporting 10/100/1000 Mbits/sec Ethernet configuration Integrated, Down IEEE 1394 VIA VT6307 supports two IEEE 1394a ports SATA connectors 2 SATA connectors that support a total of 2 serial ATA-150 disk drives, one on each connector IDE UDMA modes 1 x Ultra DMA 100/66/33 supports two PATA drives I have a Nvidia 8400GS 256mb 64bit 2.5GB RAM Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  6. I've tried the latest iATKOS and iDeneb 10.5.5 but I either get kernel panics or a reboot as soon as the OS starts to load. I'm posting my motherboard and processor specs and hopefully someone can tell me what patches and options in either installation I should use. Thank you. Asus PTGD-LR : http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/documen...;product=466107 Pentium 4 LGA-775 HT (Prescott) 3.0Ghz 530J 800/533 MHz Chipset "North Bridge" Intel 915P Northbridge Chipset "South Bridge" Intel ICH6 Southbridge Memory type PC3200 (400 MHz) DDR-SDRAM Audio Integrated Azalia 8 channel audio AC'97 CODEC Device Realtek ALC880 7.1-channel CODEC Audio Jacks 1 x Optical S/PDIF out, 1 x Coaxial S/PDIF out port Ethernet 10/100 LAN supplier Marvell 88E8053 PCI Express Gigabit LAN controller supporting 10/100/1000 Mbits/sec Ethernet configuration Integrated, Down IEEE 1394 VIA VT6307 supports two IEEE 1394a ports SATA connectors 2 SATA connectors that support a total of 2 serial ATA-150 disk drives, one on each connector IDE UDMA modes 1 x Ultra DMA 100/66/33 supports two PATA drives I have a Nvidia 8400GS 256mb 64bit 2.5GB RAM Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  7. I was wondering what your opinions were of the various hacked XP "distros" that are available to use with Parallels. Jacked TinyXP MicroXP Stripped I wish there was a distro that allows you to pick and choose which options you want to be installed or not. StrippedXP runs great for me, but I can't connect to Windows Update, or use Themes. Does anyone have any good recommendations?
  8. Bootcamp with c: and d:

    can parallels boot off of partitions with the refit loaded instead of bootcamp?
  9. Time Issue on Dual Boot XP & Mac OSX

    this has already been discussed, and you'd find your answer if you did some searching.. xp uses a different way to handle time than osx. i believe that xp uses local time, and osx figures time based on gmt.
  10. windows xp MCE 2005 activation

    your key is only good for that dvd. you can download another "version" of mce off the internet and expect it to work.. you may try calling microsoft activation and tell them that your activation key is not being accepted. when they give you the activation code. you'll be activated, but reboot.. you may be asked for activation again.. in that case, your best bet is to crack xp yourself- i was in a similar situation with my hp mce..
  11. Toast 8, blu-ray support

    no they lied.. they just put it in there as a joke to play with your mind and they want a lawsuit. what's with the stupid questions on this forum?>
  12. Broadcom 802.11 b/g BCM94306MPSG driver

    why don't you search and find it yourself?
  13. AppleTime.exe with Hackintosh.. can it work?

    very nice.. i'll try that out.
  14. AppleTime.exe with Hackintosh.. can it work?

    i don't think you understand what appletime.exe is or what i'm asking.. bootcamp installs files such as appletime.exe onto the xp filesystem. appletime.exe changes the XP time, to match the time set in OSX. XP sets the time to local time, and apple uses UTC. I never asked to run appletime.exe in OSX. Since I believe that setting the time should have nothing to do with EFI, I wanted to know how (if possible) I can get AppleTime.exe to change the time in Windows, so that the time would be the same in both operating systems. ""
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