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About Nailuj777

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  1. [AMD] 10.7.3 Guide - Experimental Only

    You could try to Edit your smbios.plist with Chameleon Wizard. Or just set the smbios to defaults.
  2. [AMD] 10.7.3 Guide - Experimental Only

    Wonderful! It didn't work for me with the First Method, but after using the second method it did. I can confirm that the following Hardware is working: - MSI 870a-54 - AMD Phenom II X6 1055t I have a problem though, i replaced the original Finder with the one from DP2 but every time i start copying things, it just stops working. It gets stuck at the copy process. Even if i relaunch Finder it won't work. Any solution for this? I'm using a Finder which a found on the Internet, but maybe there's sth wrong with it. Could somebody upload their 32-bit Finder.app ? Would appreciate it.!!
  3. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Hi Guys, i ve been searching for a while now to get my Asus 1201nl with 3GB to boot the Lion Installation. I've found in this thread that people ending up at a reboot with the message: USB Legacy OFF, like me should read this Prasys Proof of Concept Lion on netbook. Unfortunately i cannot open this page, every time i go to his blog, i get a database error. I really tried everything to help myself, but could someone maybe tell me how to get to the install screen? I am using Snow Leo 10.6.8 right now. Please, i need help! It seems to me that some of u using the 1201nl not 1201n have already got over this issue.
  4. Asus 1201N Installation and support

    Something completly off the current topic: I dont know if anybody is still searching for a way to set up wifi easily without replacing the native wifi card, by using a USB WLAN card. But i am using this one Trendnet Micro WLAN-N for a while and as small as it is, it fits perfectly(it almost disappears ). It works in Mac OS 10.6.x and Windows 7 as well. As the productname already implies, it works with WLAN-N