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About wildpalms

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  1. Intel Wireless Drivers [OSx86]

    No. What gave you that idea? The bogus post in red?
  2. Battlefield 2 **Cider** On-line play?

    *BUMP* Come on, someone? Anyone?
  3. Battlefield 2 **Cider** On-line play?

    *bump* Surely this thread isn't dead? Any progress on online play or at least a fresh link to version 5?
  4. Intel Wireless Drivers [OSx86]

    and still waiting on a Advanced-N 6200 driver.... *sigh*
  5. JCCOOL, I have a quick question. I installed this on a machine that has a different card (for testing) and now after I cant get into the desktop, I'd like to uninstall the drivers. I can boot into single user mode (-s) and mount the disk, I'm just not sure what files to remove/what to run to remove the driver. Any tips?
  6. Oh my god! JCCOOL, bring your feet to me now, so that I may kiss them!!! HIS x1900XT 256mb video card, DVI out (on both) full QI, acceleration, etc and already getting together benchmarks for games! Thank you very much! Enemy Territory for Mac (Universal Binary) - average fps = 102fps, top fps = 200fps (max fps setting) ...now for COD 2 benchies Props to JCCOOL
  7. I'lll try your installer again...I'll do a fresh install and give it a shot. Hopefully it will work on my x1900XT (id 7249) I'll let you guys know if it works. Also, thinking about putting up some info on benchmarks for games under osx86 with decent graphics cards. I have yet to find a site that has benchmarks for games running under osx86.
  8. I bet you have a DVI LCD attached, right? If you try it with an analog display (VGA) do you get any image?
  9. JCCOOL, that file you suggested using ...00.3.5.mpkg.zip ...does not allow DVI to come through on my install. I grabbed the AMD 10.4.8 ISO from "yo ho ho" and then after installing, tried that package. Screen is black but if I attach a VGA display (analog) it works fine. DVI output is still screwed on my x1900XT. Any ideas? *help beg beg beg*