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  • Birthday 12/07/1984

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  1. USB Soundsticks how? [solved]

    Hi _loosh_ I don't know if it is legal or not but here is the package. If anybody knows if this is illegal please let me know. /Tobias SoundBlaster.USB.Audio.Support.pkg.zip
  2. USB Soundsticks how? [solved]

    Hi again! Thanks for the reply's First I tried looking at the Audio MIDI Setup app, but only the AC97 driver was present. Then I inserted my JaS 10.4.7 installer disc and navigated to System -> Installation -> Packages -> SoundBlaster.USB.Audio.Support.pkg and installed that package. Then a reboot, and now my Soundsticks works! I can still select AC97 if I want that. Thanks for the tips! /Tobias
  3. Hi I have read that different people use the Harman Kardon USB SoundSticks with their OSX86 mac, but when I plug in mine nothing happens. Here is my hardware details: ASRock P4Dual-915GL motherboard (onboard AC97 audio) 3.0 GHz Intel P4 JaS 10.4.7 installed AC97 audio works like a charm. /Tobias
  4. Hi everyone! I have just installed JaS 10.4.7 on my PC with the following config: ASRock P4Dual-915GL 3.0GHz Intel P4 ATA HD ATA CD/DVD I have installed these patches: - 10.4.7 upgrade for intel - SSE3 Patch - GMA900 patch But Mac OS X does not detect my LCD display. That is, after the grey boot logo i get a blue screen for a short time and then the display says "input not supported". Actually the installer DVD did the same. So right now I am using an old CRT display. It is possible for me to boot up with the CRT display, and then switch to the LCD display. But if I then click on the "detect displays" I get "input not supported". The LCD display is a BlackView 17" 1280x1024. Are there anybody how have an hint to what I can do? Thanks in advance. Tobias
  5. Success - Triple Boot

    Hi gringomalo I have also got triple boot working with windows/gentoo/mac os x, but I use bothe the grub bootloader and windows, wich is a bit stupid if it's possible to use grub for all. So I would like to know how you have configured your bootloader, maybe you could upload the config file? I first installed Windows then created a 10 GB and a 100 GB Apple formated partition. Then used dd to copy the tiger-x86-flat.img the small partition. Then I used Disk Utility to do a Restore to the big partition (to break the 6 gb barrier). After that I erased the 10 Gb partition and created the nessesary Linux partitions. By the way my hardware is: ASRock 910GL motherboard (onboard grapfics with both QE and CI) 200 GB harddisk and 512 MB Ram
  6. Post Here If You Boot Slow...

    Hi, my installation also takes some time to startup. The main problem seams to be just after this message: AppleIntelPIIXPATA: ICH6 ATA/100 (CMD 0x1f0, CTR 0x3f4, IRQ 14, BM 0xffa0) AppleIntelPIIXPATA: 80-conductor cable not detected on primary channel Then nothings happening for some time and then: Still waiting for root device The again nothings happening for some time... Then the rest of the boot is quit speedy. I don't know what these messages actually mean. I am running a RSRock P4Dual-915GL MOBO, and the harddisk is set to "master" and OSX is installed on 3th partition, windows on 1st, 2nd is just formatted NTFS.
  7. x86 Xbench Results Thread

    Hi, here are my results My configuration is: ASRock P4 Dual-915GL onboard Intel graphics (shared memory, QE & CI supported) 512 mb ram (2 x 256mb PC3200) Pentium 4 3.0 Ghz (HT, SSE3, 800MHz FSBus, 1MB L2 cache) 200 gb Maxtor 6Y200P0 (dual boot windows/macosx) The overall score was 39.93 myresults2.txt