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  1. Ok, I wanted to make my Macintosh HD partition 10GB Smaller, which I managed to do. But it has put the free-space at the front of the drive. How can I put this extra 10gb onto disk0s3(Boot Camp)? As you can see Disk Utility is showing the partition size's incorrectly in the graphical part. Macintosh HD: 158.76GB, disk0s3: 17.12GB, Free Space: 10.24GB Can anyone help me on how to revert this, or put the free-space into the BootCamp partition?
  2. Because I have too many forums to check, why can't there just be a blog feed I can add to google reader?
  3. Hello, I am starting a osx86 blog, the purpose of the blog is so that there is one single feed that contains updates and news for osx86, if there is a working driver or a updated driver for something. It will be posted. If you are interested in helping me do this please PM me. I have everything online, it just needs posts, I have a design but I think a better one could be made. Look forward from hearing from you! I am not looking for a way to make money, there will be no ads! and everything will be a group decision, there will be a private forums for discussion.
  4. I can confirm that this work's(tbcarey guide) I did it slightly different. 1) Install JaS SEE2/SEE3 DVD with Semthem 10.4.8 - Don't install the Natit/Titan drivers 2) Install AppleHDA.kext like you did before on this guide 3) Install NVidiaEFI.kext 4) Install JaS 10.4.9 upgrade combo + Login fix 5) Turn off SafeSleep "sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0" 6) In your /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist add the kernal flags: cpus=2 fsb=166 fn=1 7) Now when you turn on your pc your mouse *should* be over the apple button, so you just click on your mouse then you can use your keyboard to go down to Sleep, then press enter, leave it till the screen goes black, the push the power button. 8) Now you have both cores * This is based on tbcarey's guide, this guide is slightly different * uname -a:
  5. I don't know if this is the right place to post this but, my cd/dvd drive wasn't working correctly, it had problems reading disks, so I took it to bits, cleaned the head and it ran better, just tried to do it again to do a better job of it, and I took it out of the laptop, then I took the metal cover that is on the bottom side of the drive so now you can see all the bit in there, the bit that makes the drive eject and everything else. So I decide to turn it over, 2 pieces of plastic and a spring fall out Im not sure on how they go back in ive got one piece in where I think it goes its just the sping and the other piece of plastic, I can't find a manual or instructions on how it goes together anywhere. Does anyone know how it works or can someone take a photo so I can put it together like that? Thanks in advanced
  6. New install from disk

    BUMP - Anyone?
  7. install osx86 on an old dell (d400)

    http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?showtopic=3728 Looks like it wont work.
  8. install osx86 on an old dell (d400)

    Pentium M is a SSE2 chip(according to wikipedia) so that would run slow because of it is emulated.
  9. New install from disk

    I have been running osx86 for a few months now as my main os. I have decided to format and start again, I don't know what to start with, should I use my JaS 10.4.8 Disk or download a 4.9 or 4.10 disk?
  10. Linkinus 1.1 released

    I think I will stick with irssi
  11. I would like to add another antenna, I have one I just don't know where to solder the wires to, any suggestions? Including pictures:
  12. I can be a beta tester or even help you do it, haven't had much experience with projects on OS X. I might not be able to help, I am waiting for someone to contact me about a web project. I can also host a development wiki or forum for this project, SVN if needed.
  13. You need to copy what is in the image to this partition, then you need to insall a boot loader to load the partition. What operating system are you running?
  14. Intel Wireless driver

    Rev 415 iwi3945 ioreg.txt dmesg.txt system.txt
  15. On Linux with MacBook/Pros you can echo "$SPEED" > /sys/devices/platform/applesmc/fan0_minimum_speed" echo "$SPEED" > /sys/devices/platform/applesmc/fan1_minimum_speed" This will update the fan speed, where is this applesmc located in os x? Is it the same? Can I change the speeds like that with OS X?
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