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About PaulCabby

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  1. currently i'm on 10.5.3 (kalyway dvd + jas combo update) but my USB still doesn't want to mount. It will mount if i boot up with the USB stick plugged in but that's about it. Using 9.3.0 kernel + 9.3.0 system.kext. Theses kexts load up: com.apple.iokit.IOUSBFamily com.apple.driver.AppleUSBUHCI com.apple.driver.AppleUSBEHCI com.apple.iokit.IOUSBUserClient com.apple.driver.AppleUSBHub com.apple.driver.AppleUSBComposite com.apple.iokit.IOUSBMassStorageClass com.apple.iokit.IOUSBHIDDriver com.apple.driver.AppleUSBMergeNub any ideas? cheers or can just use Mysticus C*s USB fix but use the 9.2.0 kernel with 10.5.3 instead?
  2. Dual booting Vista and Leopard.

    I've finally got Leopard and Vista booting off 2 different hard drives. What I did was reinstall Leopard on the 2nd disk BUT chose a different bootloader (the mbr method). I am such an idiot! Then booted back into Vista, set up EasyBCD settings and it works perfectly fine Thanks a lot for the help!
  3. Dual booting Vista and Leopard.

    so i've set up the bootloaders properly but now i get the HFS+ partition error now but i've repaired it with EasyBCD okay, after a bti of digging up i've found I'd use this asap but i've got Leopard and Vista on different hard drives (Vista = Disk 0 and Leopard = Disk 2) so would it be fdisk -e /dev/rdisk2 flag 1 quit also tried fdisk -u /dev/rdisk2 But neither methods work
  4. Basically I have 3 hard drives and on my primary hard drive, I have Vista already installed but then I have an empty hard drive that I plan to be installing Leopard on. Can i just simply install Leopard on the empty hard drive through booting from the DVD and installing it and then booting back into Vista by repairing the Vista bootloader and then using EasyBCD to add an entry to boot into Leopard?
  5. Try booting into an older kernel (as stated in the first post). It worked for me
  6. Atheros L1 drivers

    Does that apply for Tiger and Leopard?