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NickDG

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  1. Leopard on VMware

    This did speed things up quite a bit! I noticed there was also a generic ATA kext that loaded. Should that be removed? Great work!
  2. Got rid of the reboot loop by adding busratio=16, but now I get this KP...
  3. Thanks I will give it a shot and report back.
  4. Hi guys, I am having problems getting this to work in VMware (VMware server to be exact) I am running a dual proc 3.2 Ghz Xeon server, running Windows 2003 Server x64. Everytime I boot up with the voodoo kernel in VMware, I get a reset loop. Any ideas? Thanks
  5. Hey Donk, any ideas about this? Anyone else out there running dual Xeons?
  6. Great work! I got everything working on my Mac Pro with Fusion. Performance is great. I can't get it to work on my Supermicro server. It's a dual Xeon 3.2 Ghz with 6GB of ram. It had ESX installed but I removed it after I found out the virtual machine is not a high enough version to run OS X. I then installed Windows 2003 server (32bit) with VMWare Server 2. When trying to boot into the installer it just hangs. I just get the grey Apple screen with no spinning gear. If I boot in verbose mode I can see it getting stuck at "Starting Darwin/x86" I am now installing the 64 bit version of server 2003 to see if that makes a difference. It states on the vmware website you need a 64 bit host OS to have 64 bit VMs. Thanks again for all the time and effort!
  7. x86 Xbench Results Thread

    I agree. The G5 is quite faster than the Dell. The score should be well into the 100's. Just look at the CPU score for the G5.
  8. x86 Xbench Results Thread

    Dell Optiplex GX280 <- Runs very nicely P4 (SSE3) 2.8 Ghz 512MB DDR SATA Hard drive Score: 39.16 PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0 ghz <- My workhorse 1.5 GB DDR SATA Hard drive Score: 84.55 Both attached. Dell_GX280.txt PowerMac_G5_Dual_2.0_ghz.txt
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