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About victorzamora

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  1. Hey guys, can somebody either point me to an app or help me build an app that allows for a readout of Mac's light sensor? I've never done any programming for a "Program" like this, but have some experience programming (Matlab, JAVA, C, HTML, Basic, etc). There's a little bit of help that I found in a link below, but I still don't know how to put it together into something usable. I'm really flexible on its output. I don't care if it's a graph or a number, how fancy it is, or where it outputs to (as long as it's mildly clear and useful). Anyone willing to help? Light Sensor Help
  2. Radeon HD 5450 PCI ?

    Another BIG sign for QE/CI is if the bar at the top of the screen is translucent or not. If it's opaque, you do not have QE/CI enabled. Also, I hate to agree with cipherspace....the 5450 is not a very high-performance card. I had the 5670 (much better GPU) and it didn't perform very well for high-resolution or high-intensity applications.
  3. [AMD] 10.6.8 Guide - written by Devout

    Edit 3: Well, I think I got most of it solved. I still have to ask, what do those lines that start with USBF mean? If I knew what was going on behind the scenes I'd be able to do a better job of troubleshooting.
  4. QE/CI for ATI HD4250 on Snow Leopard

    Hey guys, I need a LOT of help. I'm supposed to sell my hackintoshed desktop to a friend, but QE/CI isn't enabled. I thought it wasn't a big deal, but you can't watch YouTube videos on it. It's seriously pretty frustrating, especially since it could cost me a LOT of money. I was wondering if you could help me. I would be SOO appreciative. If it matters, the HD4250 is an onboard video chip on my Motherboard (Biostar A880G+). If it's that big of a deal, I've also got an ATI HD5670 that's PCIe. If that helps, please let me know! I'd rather NOT use the 5670, but will donate it to the cause if that's what it takes.
  5. [AMD] 10.6.8 Guide - written by Devout

    Okay, so I got it installed...but now I can't get it to boot back up. OSX ran beautifully, I followed every step until after updating to 10.6.7 initially. I tried installing the device driver for my video card, but there wasn't a kext called "ATI4000controller.kext" and I have an integrated ATI Radeon HD4250. I can't figure out where to add it to. The closest kext I get is for "ATI4500controller.kext"....however, I can't get it to work. The best question I have to ask is this: do you have to have the USB with ModUSB on it permanently attached to your system to run OSX under your build methodology?