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Red Leader

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  1. Fermi Freeze "Investigation"

    I bought an Asus ENGTX560 TI in October 2011 specifically to build my OSX/Windows PC. I don't regret this choice since this card offered the best performance/price ratio and has been able to play smoothly everything, including the most demanding 3D software However the 560TI gave me big headaches since I wanted to install 10.6.8 rather then 10.7. But I learnt painfully that it can't be used on versions older then 10.7. I lost a few days of my time and Rosetta because of this. Since then, I updated MacOS regularly and it's stable enough to use as my main working PC. However in the last months I suffered from more and more fermi freezes and restarts, to the point I was beginning to pull my hair trying to find a fix... Since yesterday I installed your freeze fix app and for the first time the fermi freeze has not occurred for two full days! So the very least I can do now is to say a BIG THANK YOU to dan542!!
  2. OSX86Tools Final Release is Here

    I use OSX86tools and it is very useful. Especially to reinstall a bootloader or activate partitions. However I found a bug, and its workaround : if you get an error message such as "unable to complete command" when trying to use FDisk for example, it is probably because the boot volume name contains a space. To avoid this bug, you simply need to remove any space characters in the volume name, e.g. change "My OSX86 Disk" to "MyOSX86Disk" before using OSX86Tools commands.
  3. iDeneb v1.3 10.5.5 Released!

    try this maybe : http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?s=&...st&p=763484 and let us know what happened