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mm in NC

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  1. Hey all, I was not allowed to post this in the ASUS netbook forum because I am a new user. Maybe a mod can move it at some point? Anyways I have a fresh install of 10.6.5 that was installed using my_hack installer 1.1. From there using pfix and combo updates I was able to update all the way up. It is running on a ASUS 1001HAB. 1 GB ram. I have used BMKx's Control_My_EEE, DSTD, and Ktext's for the 1001HA to get the FN keys to work (with the exception of the brightness). Now its taken me 2 days of working on this computer to get her music, settings and bookmarks back on and something weird is happening. First right at boot up the cooling fan is starting and running at about 4000 rpm. Secondly (and most troubling) is that EVERY OTHER boot there is a kernel panic that causes a reboot and then the computer boots fine. Its most peculiar. The only thing I have done different on this install that I have not done previously was install VoodooHDA 2.7.2. On my previous installs I had one version earlier. I installed the newest update because I was having MIC issues in iChat. I am tempted to revert to the older version of Voodoohda but I really like the options that I can now control with the new version. Its a sacrifice I can make but was hoping someone had a suggestion first. Thanks in advance, ~Mike
  2. ASUS 1001HA Simple Guide (Everything is working)

    First of all I want to thank all the regular posters on this forum, you have been a tremendous help! I am having problems ethernet and brightness control and internal mic. I am running OS 10.6.5 installed using myhackinstaller and combo updates all the way to 6.5. It is running on a 1001HAB with 1gig and the intel atom 1.6 ghz processor. I have used some of the 1001HA installs to get things working right. The best one so far was BMKX's iControlMyEee! It fixed my volume short cuts as well as all of the other FN+(key). Of course with the exception of the brightness control. I have reinstalled the ktext from this thread (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=210660&st=0&p=1408979entry1408979) and rebooted and still no joy. As for the ethernet I cant tell you much (this is my wife's computer, built for her) other then she plugged it in and it didn't work. Stock Wifi works great but is a problem when Wifi isn't available. Suggestions? Lastly the internal mic is giving me problems and this one is tricky. The only time it doesn't work is when using iChat. On the system profile-->sounds tab it shows that it is picking up sound and even using photo booth the mic works when making videos. For some reason though with Skype or iChat no dice. You can receive sound but like I said no sound goes out. Thanks for all your help in advance! ~Mike
  3. Asus 1005hab (works for 1005ha) Snow Leopard Install Guide

    Hey all, I am purchasing a Netbook for my fiancee and want to run OSX on it. I have had a time trying to find good working hacks for the current models that are out. I MUST HAVE wifi working (and would like to be able to watch movies on it in iTunes) and have stumbled across this at tiger direct . com http://www.compusa.com/applications/Search...p;sku=F12-11010 Am I correct in thinking that this will work with this tutorial? It seems like you guys really got the kinks worked out. I originally was wanted a Dell but since they now have the Mini 1018 out it is pretty much out of the question. And at $240 bucks its a steal! Thanks in advance, ~MM
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