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About meddlingBanter

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  1. Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200B/2915

    Just thought I would point out, your directions on this website are not quite the same as the read me file you included with the drivers. The line $iwi2000/firmware> ./hex2string ipw-2.4-bss.fw iwi_ibss > iwi_bss.fw.h should be $iwi2000/firmware> ./hex2string ipw-2.4-bss.fw iwi_bss > iwi_bss.fw.h In fact, if you follow the directions in your readme file, or on this forum and the 360hacker forum your build will fail each time. Just thought you should correct the problem. Most trying this out would probably figure this out after a while.
  2. [HowTo] Intel 8xx 1280x800 Full Support

    I've done that and it still doesnt work.
  3. [HowTo] Intel 8xx 1280x800 Full Support

    I just tried the fix for QE support as well and it didn't work for me.
  4. [HowTo] Intel 8xx 1280x800 Full Support

    I just found that out the hard way.
  5. [HowTo] Intel 8xx 1280x800 Full Support

    nope, though I'm not sure what adding AppleInte830GA.plugin and AppleInte830GLDriver.bundle would do for that. I'll give it a shot.
  6. Possible Nforce 3 UDMA Fix

    apple>about this mac>more info>graphics/display, then look for device ID
  7. [HowTo] Intel 8xx 1280x800 Full Support

    I was just able to get full 1280x800 resolution working on my laptop which uses the 830M/845G/852GM/855GM/865G Intel Integrated Graphics. What you need: I've heard these files are on the Devel disc and they are also located in /System/Library/Extensions. Some may have had to delete these files in safe mode just to get OS X booted normally like I did, so instead of deleting them I just saved them to the desktop. Anyway once you have them copy both kext files to /System/Library/Extensions. Located in each kext file (right click Show Package Contents) is a file called info.plist. In each plist file go to the line that looks like this: <key>IOPCIMatch</key> Below that replace whats in between <string></string> with 0x35828086. You should only have to replace the first four digits in the AppleIntelIntegratedGraphics.kext file and then in the AppleInte830.kext file just delete the other two 8 digit hex numbers located within <string></string>. One thing that should be noted, the four digits that you replace should correspond to your Graphics Card's Device ID. You cand find this number by going to Apple>About This Mac>More Info>Graphics/Displays. After your're done editing the two files save them and do a sudo chmod -R 755 and sudo chown -R root:wheel on both kext files. I'm not sure if it matters but I deleted all other files that started with AppleIntel. I'll try it later with those files in the Extensions directory. Anyway, once you're done just reboot and you should be running 1280x800. Adding the Graphics Mode boot option shouldn't be needed.