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Felipe Viegas

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  1. I'm running on a GMA950, Intel... I'm not that good on replacing files with terminal yet... I'm keeping the system on version 10.5.0 for now and will research a little on kernel changes... But thanks!
  2. Maybe that's my problem... the Darwin 9.0.0 kernel I'm still using... I did a Kaliway update to 10.5.2 and it worked out.. but the graphics update installation gave me the same 1024x768 blue screen after the restart (my resolution is 1280x800). Something in this update doesn't fits to me... But thanks!
  3. Diogan, Your tip left me on a blue screen... I never reach the login screen. I realized I`m still using Darwin 9.0.0 kernel... My method: JaS 10.4.8 > Kookal combo update to 10.4.10 and then instaled leopard, ToH RC2 10.5.0. I was no trying the 10.5.3 and JaS combo update worked, except for that anoying transparent menus... Kaliway combo update just don`t work for me. Any more ideas? I will start all work again... Thanks JaS and thank all the guys who are just masters! Regards
  4. CardBus/PCMCIA PC Cards for Leopard

    repair permissions is not working... trying tiger DVD righ now..
  5. CardBus/PCMCIA PC Cards for Leopard

    actualy, I can't give u this picture, kizwan. But the system says that there is no driver for /ACPI/.......... and keep going with the diagnoses message. Why replacing the new kexts with the old kexts it's not working?? and if I just reinstall the system, without erasing the volume, will I delete my files on users folder? Thanks
  6. CardBus/PCMCIA PC Cards for Leopard

    Updating, neither -s or -v will boot the system. I still can safe boot, but replacing the back up kexts or even the ToH DVD kexts will solve the problem. Anymore ideas?
  7. CardBus/PCMCIA PC Cards for Leopard

    I tried to restore original kexts from terminal, but it didn't worked out. And, for my sadness, I was able to safe boot and replace the kexts. But that still gave me the kernel panic. Now safe booting again and trying to repair permissions. Lets see what happens. I will post the message. Thanks.
  8. CardBus/PCMCIA PC Cards for Leopard

    Hy guys, that didn't work for me. I got a kernel panic on reboot. It says that couldn't find driver for pci card or something like that. I have backed up original kexts to desktop and tryied to copy them back to extensions folder.. but it didn't work. Any help?? My system was working fine. I wouldn't like to format. Thanks
  9. (Almost) Hidden Secrets of OS X

    UZi706.... I do will kill you...
  10. What network cards work?

    So.. No wireless working at all?? I have Intel 3945abg....