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TonyDennis

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

    Thank you very much for your efforts, xerid. They are appreciated.
  2. Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200B/2915

    Is there really a need to update this thread with no development information? We all know everyone is interested, as most Intel laptops have this wireless chipset. It makes it very irritating to track this thread when everyone is just saying how much they want it. We all get it. The driver's wanted. Let's try to focus on the development instead of how badly we desire a solution. They've already stated they don't need more testers. Just let them code and update us when they are ready!
  3. Using Darwin Airport Driver With Osx86 10.4.1

    Are there any USB adaptors with this chipset?
  4. This kind of sucks, I wish I had read the whole thread before buying the adaptor on Amazon. Apparently it's through a third party, Tech Depot, and I cannot simply cancel my order. Perhaps there is hope in getting the automatic configuration to work. Also, could anyone on a native Mac try searching for your SSID in /System and /Library/Preferences? Perhaps changing it to something clearly unique would help, like MYMACSSID: egrep -R 'MYMACSSID|mymacssid' /System egrep -R 'MYMACSSID|mymacssid' /Library/Preferences Maybe we could also find where it stores the WEP/WPA keys in this fashion, but due to the possibility of encrypted keys this may be difficult/impossible.
  5. Using Darwin Airport Driver With Osx86 10.4.1

    Anyone know if there is a USB wireless adaptor that uses this chipset?
  6. Sound problem

    I am having the same problem on my Gateway 4530GZ (Intel Pentium M, no SSE3, deadmoo's image, ICH4 (24c58086, the default). What's weird is sometimes I get sound for a brief moment. Every now and then when I change the volume it will make the bleep noise, and once I got the BRRRR error sound when I hit backspace too many times in Terminal. I cannot figure out why sound is intermittent (or very rare, anyway). iTunes says it's playing, I can control the volume, I can see the visualizations, I can see the input meter go up and down... quite mysterious. I've attached my CoreAudio data from the Audio MIDI Setup. Any help would be greatly appreciated. CoreAudioData.rtf
  7. Native very slow and...

    Try using "platform=ACPI" instead of X86PC.
  8. VRAM hangs up boot process!

    You could try the following command: cd /System/Library/Extentions mkdir /System/Library/Extentions.bak for i in `ls -1 | grep ATI`; do mv $i ../Extentions.bak/; done Then reboot and see what happens. If it still doesn't boot, you're removing the wrong graphics driver. Can you boot to safe mode?
  9. Additional Graphics Drivers

    I downloaded the install CD and copied over the AppleIntel830GA.plugin to /System/Library/Extentions, but my system hangs when booting. Unless there's something special I needed to do, it doesn't appear to work. When I boot up, before I select Darwin, I see this message: VESA v3.0 31MB (Intel®852GM/852GME/855GM/855GME Graphics Chip Accelerated VGA BIOS)
  10. boot hangs: display module error

    This worked for me on my Gateway 4530GZ laptop, and I was finally able to locate the reason why I couldn't boot anything other than safe mode: AppleIntel830GA.plugin. I moved /System/Library/Extentions/AppleIntel830GA.plugin to my user's home directory, rebooted, and everything worked -- except sound, which I'm still trying to figure out.
  11. intel ich4 audio

    I have having the same issue. I know in Knoppix it uses the i810 driver. I would really like to have sound, so if anyone could help us out it would be much appreciated. Edit: I'm booting from a Gateway 4530GZ laptop, 1.6GHz Pentium M (no SSE3).
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