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About GenMatrix

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  1. DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Yes, ICH10. Here's a complete specification list of my system. I don't know if you need it or if it will help any G72GX_Complete_Technical_Specifications.txt Thanks again!
  2. DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Hey there, curious if there was anything you could do for the Asus G72GX. I see you have the other i7 notebooks, this one is a step behind those. Thanks!send_me.zip
  3. You'll have to hunt around and learn, my friend. How did you make the one you used before? Or did you just find it premade? I can tell you that it's not an easy task should you have to make your own and clean it up of errors.
  4. When you change any hardware you need to make a new DSDT.aml, trying to use that DSDT.aml will most likely causes some problems, if not serious one.
  5. No, I decided to remove to see if it would work with the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext and it did. But when I was cleaning up my EFI partition of kexts that I felt I didn't need and deleted my regular leopard fakesmc.kext kept my snow leopard fakesmc and it panic'd. So I went back and put that kext back in and loads the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext with no problems. So I'm just confused as to why this is, I thought the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext wouldn't work unless under perfect circumstances.
  6. Should the FakeSMC have any bearing as to how this the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext behaves upon booting? I'm not using the NullCPUPoweManagement.kext and it loads without panic. I have both FakeSMC v2 from Netkas; the one for leopard and snow leopard. Now if I remove the one from leopard, it panics. If I keep them both there, it loads perfectly fine. I'm booted in 32 bit mode, on 10.6.2. Spec's are in sig.
  7. SOS! I submited registration to Apple

    You'll be fine.
  8. Microsoft does it again with Windows 7

    Thank you for giving a clear cut example other than the scrolling but First and foremost, I already posted before saying that I was not denying it, I cannot deny clear cut evidence. You make the implication that I'm fanboy, yet I have not once even defended this operating system in this entire topic, I said Windows 7 was nice. Lets get one thing square here, if you're going try and quote me (or even attempt to make it seem like I said something), make sure I've said it to begin with. I never said anything about it being fast enough for me, I never even cared to try it (the test to see if it uses boatloads of CPU). Oh but wait I'm a fanboy I should have Windows 7 installed and up and running at all times right? Nope, I use OSX exclusively at the moment because Windows screws up too much for my liking. All your assumptions and your extremely defensive attitude make me wonder why you even posting things on a discussion board. You posted it here for feedback, because if you didn't want anyone talking to you about this you wouldn't have posted it on a DISCUSSION board. I'm trying to not be {censored} about it, but you insist on crying like a baby who just got their candy stolen. So how about you put your big boy pants on and learn to discuss and read things properly, without putting words in people's mouths and actually reading what people ask for instead of being like "omg u r blind?!" Thanks.
  9. Microsoft does it again with Windows 7

    No, stop taking it personally. I'm not trying to hurt your feelings, no need to get so defensive. I just don't think you understand what I'm asking for here; all you give is examples of scrolling and how it uses too much CPU, that's ALL.. You post something on a forum and expect people to follow your opinion blindly? In a perfect world maybe. Relax, I'm just trying to find the significance in this other than the fact that scrolling uses too much CPU and that developers {censored} about it.
  10. Microsoft does it again with Windows 7

    I was merely looking for an example of how this adversely affects tasks done while using Windows 7. He doesn't give one. So even with all his research and comments, I still believe that this is just a case of trying to find anything and everything with wrong with said product. I kept my posting as neutral as possible.
  11. Microsoft does it again with Windows 7

    I don't think it's great. It's nice, not great. No need to get defensive I was just trying to figure out the logic behind this post and why you call it out like is a serious OS breaking problem. I just realized there is no logic to it and people just like to {censored} about anything and everything. Good research though.
  12. Microsoft does it again with Windows 7

    They complain that it's slower. Is that all? Is that the only problem they are facing? Because once again you have yet to give any specifics.
  13. Microsoft does it again with Windows 7

    You really haven't read anything I've said, have you? I'm not denying your statistics, I'm saying that they have no impact on anything other the fact you notice it to be slower.
  14. Microsoft does it again with Windows 7

    I don't need anything. I just wanted a clear cut example of how this adversely affects you and even though you wrote a novel up there, you completely ignored actually giving one and going with statements like "All I can say is, there is a real difference...". My only argument is that you're seemingly trying to smash the new operating system because your windows don't render as fast as XP, and thus make it sound like Windows 7 is obsolete from this issue (I'll call it issue since it doesn't really justify the word "problem"). I'll just leave it with what the second poster said. "Some people are just never happy.."