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hodgestructure

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  1. Atheros AR9285

    Finally I decided to buy <h1 class="vi-is1-titleH1">Atheros AR5BXB72 AR5008 802.11n Mini PCIe Wifi Card</h1> http://cgi.ebay.fr/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewIt...:EOIBSA:FR:1123 and a Mini PCI-E to PCI-E adaptor I have searched here http://shop.ebay.com/__mini-pcie-adapter_W...c0Q2em14?_pgn=2 But many of them have 3 Antenna. Do we need Antenna to use wireless if we use a Mini PCI-E to PEI-E adaptor?<h1 class="vi-is1-titleH1"> </h1>
  2. Atheros AR9285

    Thank you. But is there any (not Mini PCI-E) PCI-E Wireless Card which is supported by snow leopard? (Then I don't have to buy a convertor.....)
  3. Atheros AR9285

    My desktop has 1 port PCI-Express 2.0 x16, 2 ports PCI-E 2.0 x1, and 1 ports PCI 2.2 Mini PCI-E doesn't mathch any of these, right? So I have to buy a a minipcie to pcie1x adaptor?? Finally, how can I buy a real apple card?? Thanks
  4. Atheros AR9285

    I want to buy a new desktop. On the website of Keynux, I can customize the configuration. But I want to buy Wireless care myself, because I know Atheros AR9285 works fine. But I don't know if Atheros AR9285 is designed only for laptop, or it is also for desktop (Because it's written Atheros Mini PCI-e, I am not sure what Mini means...). This is not really a question about Mac, but could someone tell me if Atheros Mini PCI-e works for desktop, or I have to buy wireless card for desktop? Thanks
  5. Boot LiveDVD.iso by Grub4dos iso emulation

    No. I will post a screenshot later. But I don't think the screenshot helps anything.
  6. Following the tutorial by hecabe, http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=151861 I have made a working Snow Leopard 10.6.4 LiveDVD. But I want to do something more. Grub4dos has a feature called "ISO emulation", by which one can boot from iso directly. When I boot my computer, I got grub4dos menu, then I typed the following commands: title Snow Leopard LivDVD ISO map --mem (hd0,0)/ISO/Mac-Live.iso (hd32) map --hook map (hd32) (hd0) #with this line or without chainloader (hd32) boot it continues to boot from Mac-Live.iso, but finally it stops with a message "still waiting for root device" , and repeat this message again and again. My question : Is any way to boot directly from Snow Leopard LiveDVD iso? (I think we may modify some files...) The reason for which I want to boot from iso are: 1. I don't have a built-in DVD rom. I tested the LiveDVD by an external DVD rom. 2. Booting from iso is much faster that booting from DVD rom. 3. I can use LiveUSB, but I prefer to use LiveDVD iso, because I like grub4dos. With ISO emulation, I don't have create many partitions. (I have many bootable ISO, for example, BartPE, Win7PE, Ubuntu...etc)
  7. Following the tutorial by hecabe, http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=151861 I have made a working Snow Leopard 10.6.4 LiveDVD. But I want to do something more. Grub4dos has a feature called "ISO emulation", by which one can boot from iso directly. When I boot my computer, I got grub4dos menu, then I typed the following commands: title Snow Leopard LivDVD ISO map --mem (hd0,0)/ISO/Mac-Live.iso (hd32) map --hook map (hd32) (hd0) #with this line or without chainloader (hd32) boot it continues to boot from Mac-Live.iso, but finally it stops with a message "still waiting for root device" , and repeat this message again and again. My question : Is any way to boot directly from Snow Leopard LiveDVD iso? (I think we may modify some files...) The reason for which I want to boot from iso are: 1. I don't have a built-in DVD rom. I tested the LiveDVD by an external DVD rom. 2. Booting from iso is much faster that booting from DVD rom. 3. I can use LiveUSB, but I prefer to use LiveDVD iso, because I like grub4dos. With ISO emulation, I don't have create many partitions. (I have many bootable ISO, for example, BartPE, Win7PE, Ubuntu...etc)
  8. I used netbookinstaller 0.8.4 RC1, and the included chameleon "boot" file is chameleon 2.0 RC3, which doesn't support the "hide partition" feature (and chameleon 2.0 RC4 support this feature.) I would like to know if someone knows hwo to modify the chameleon 2.0 RC4 "boot" file so that it support the functions of the chameleon "boot" file included in netbookinstaller. I have totally no idea to do this. If no one here can't help me, I will contact the author of nbi....
  9. I have installed Retail Leopard 10.5.6 on my laptop ASUS A8JS. It can sleep, but after wake up, the USB mouse and USB keyboard don't work anymore. I can't even shutdown the computer (the only way to do this is press the power button...) Could someone help me?? The another question is, how to make the keyboard on laptop work? (USB keyboard works, but not keyboard on laptop...) I don't know what drivers are related to this issue, so I don't know how to goole for the solution... Thanks
  10. 2009 Live DVD

    I have a question..(maybe someone has already asked) I have a 0sx86 hackintosh on my laptop. If I make the live dvd from this hackintosh, could I use this DVD on other laptop or PC ??
  11. VMware Retail Leopard Templates

    Hi, Donk, Could you tell me how to create the templates ? I use vmware workstation 6.5.2,and when I created virtual machine, there are no "Darwin" to choose. I know you created the templates by using another version of vmware, but is it possible for me to create these by using vmware workstation 6.5.2...?? If so, what's the settings ?? Thanks
  12. ASUS A8JS

    body { background: #FFFFFF; margin: 0px; padding: 4px; font-family: Verdana, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 10pt; } Some good news !! I installed Retail Leopard 10.5.0, then updated to 10.5.6 by combo update from apple site. QE/CI support Sound ok ( output and input, headphone) Lan ok (I don't have to install any driver for Lan) USB camera (works, but the appearance is reverse) battery meter (don't work, anyone has an idea ?) ---------------------------------------------- For GeforceGo 7700 512M, go http://scottdangel.com/blog/?page_id=20 download 9f23 and NVinstaller v.52 Install 9f23 , restart, install NVinstaller v.52 with the option "go" ps: Thanks help from quitit in the osx86scene forum !!! ---------------------------------------------- For Soundmax, download VoodooHDA.kext.zip from http://ifile.it/xn726sl (I got this file from pheyx in a chinese forum, pcbeta) ---------------------------------------------- for USB Camera, download from the link provided by xony in this thread http://redirectingat.com/?id=292X457&u...0321_060308.zip ----------------------------------------------
  13. Geforce go 7700

    Hi, all, I have ASUS A8JS notebook, the vedio card is Nvidia GeforceGo 7700, 512M. When I installed Retail Leopard (10.5.0) and NvinjectGo 512M (ver. 0.2.0), I got QE/CI support. After, I updated to 10.5.6, then QE/CI don't work anymore. I tried to reinstall NvinjectGo, still don't work. Is there anyway to fix it?? Thanks
  14. I use boot-132.iso (modified) to boot Leopard (Retail) DVD. Now, I created an iso whose size is 1.2G (delete some files in the original Leopard DVD) I used grub4dos to boot from boot-132.iso, then I saw "dfe-chameleon-r146-pre", I could choose 80, 81, or 9f to boot from hard disk or CD-Rom. But I would like to know : Could chameleon boot Leopard Install iso file ? (Rember that, the size of this iso is only 1.2G )
  15. help, Retail Leopard on MBR Partition

    I found the solution, just install Chameleon_DFE_for_Hard_Disk. But I have a question. In this thread, http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...116505&st=0 llauqsd said : 8. Once in Leopard, use OSX86Tools to install the chameleon bootloader. 9. Delete the /boot file at the root of your hard drive. 10. Replace this file with the boot file from Boot-132. 11. Copy the /extra/extensions folder you created earlier to the root of your hard drive. But it doesn't work for me...it always restart. (the boot 132 image works) So what's the difference between the above method and using Chameleon_DFE_for_Hard_Disk ?? Thanks
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