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About Cruxado

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  1. Realtek RTL8188SU

    Here's the link from RealTek.com http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=48&PFid=48&Level=5&Conn=4&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false&Downloads=true#RTL8188CUS
  2. Can someone confirm if the GA P55-UD5 MB works now with the new 3.1 revision?
  3. Any idea if Kakewalk will work for a GA P55-UD5 Motherboard?
  4. I have a Gigabyte P55-UD5 MoBo and I've sucessfully installed and ran Snow Leopard Server on it. I'm currently trying to get it to run with the Native Mach_Kernel from Apple's 10.6.2 update using Chameleon 2 RC3 and a special Boot file for the Core i5 I placed on it. =) Hope this helps.
  5. ashd, Thanks for the tip. I wasn't really having a problem with the install. Just with the Serial validation. I did manage to fix this problem. It was a matter of adding the appropriate Ethernet Kext into the installer. I used the RTL 81xx Kext from kexts.com. Follow this link.
  6. * Bump * from the fifth page to the first... LOL Any suggestions please on my problem?
  7. I appreciate the help pDave54. I do have Snow Leopard. Has anyone tried installing SL first and then 'upgrading it' to SL Server? I'll try that tomorrow... if I have the time.
  8. @pDave54 The myHack install guide, ruins the Server Installer... =S
  9. Any ways, I found this tutorial. Will see how it goes. http://tonymacx86.blogspot.com/2009/11/os-x-snow-leopard-install-using-retail.html I do believe its an install issue.
  10. Well... just to verify that its an Install issue, I used other means to look for a working key. To my surprise these 'proven' keys don't work on my install either! I'm completely stumped!! What's going on? Is the HDD blessing really that important?? Do you think that the DVD build would matter?
  11. Ok. The problem. I purchased new computer parts in order to Install a Native RETAIL (Build 10A433) of Snow Leopard Server. Before I go any further here are the Tech Specs: Gigabyte P55-UD5 MoBo G.Skill Ripsaw PC 16000 (2x2GB) DDR3 Dual Channel Intel Core i5 (2.6ghz) WD 1.5TB HDD WD Raptor (10k rpm) 40GB HDD DVD/CD RW Burner Antec 650W EarthWatt Power Supply Antec Server Case Legal Snow Leopard Server serial key Configured the BIOS to ACHI and S3 suspend. I ran the MBCD boot disk (which I found somewhere in this forum) which boots my 8GB SanDisk USB with the restored SL Server install. I booted with no problem, partition with GUID option and installed. I do get a 'Failed Install' error because the Installer can't "Bless" the HDD. Once I restart and boot the HDD (using the CD Boot disk) the computer turns on normally, shows the install setup. When I enter a Valid Serial Key (which I purchased from E-Bay) it won't go through. I get an Invalid Key error. [Empire Boot with i5 boot and chameleon RC3 doesn't boot the install... but those run the HDD with Server installed.] <hr> Any thoughts? I'm waiting for a Verification on the DVD Serial Key. Just in case. Should I try burning a DL-DVD? Do you think a BIOS option, like Virtualization, is affecting the wizard? <hr> <hr> [RESOLVED] I did manage to fix this problem. It was a matter of adding the appropriate Ethernet Kext into the installer. I used the RTL 81xx Kext from kexts.com. Follow this link. Once that's is done the RTL Ethernets will be recognized properly and the serial will work! Good luck to all Hackintoshers!
  12. I'm also looking for a review on the Gigabyte GA-P55-UD4P Mother Board. I would like to upgrade my P4 which is having problems running the Leopard Server I have installed in it. Consequently with this new upgrade I'm planning in buying a legit copy of Snow Leopard from Apple... or EBay... in order to run it Natively.
  13. sse2/sse3 kernel?

    pwnage101, SleepStep basically enables Intel processors to throttle down (or rather slow down) when its full processing power (potential) is not necessary. This is crucial for Laptops so they don't waste their batteries. Lets say you're on a PC or Mac laptop... you are using the internet to view Insanelymac's forums... you don't Need to use 100% of your processor... just maybe 20%, so your Speedstep will lower the clock speeds to conserve battery but providing the optimal performance for your current task. On the other hand, if you decide to play Quake 4, your computer will boost its speed and performance to the Processors Maximum capacity! PS. Speedstep isn't really necessary for Desktops... IMO Hope this helps, good luck!
  14. Anyway to update Leo4Allv5 to 10.5.6?

    On the same boat myself... I take it the DSDT has to be patched. DSDT patcher from fassl http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?sho...t=0&start=0 and apparently there's this to worry about "IMPORTANT UPDATE: after fixing dsdt and before installing 10.5.6, you HAVE to install either PM disabler or Appleintelcpupowermanagement.kext, otherwise u will have freeze durring installation, because new appleintelcpu… will get loaded, and this new kext isnt compatiblw with 10.5.5" But from what i have seen, regular installs of leo have updated without any real problem. Try it out and let me know how it goes! ==== Info from netkas.org