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  1. Anybody? I literally have no idea what I'm suppose to do from where. EDIT: Seems I need to patch my DSDT if I am not mistaken. I've found a guide somewhere with somebody who has my motherboard, gonna give it a shot and report back in case anyone else has similar hardware to me.
  2. Hello, Did an install of 10.5.6 leopard to my drive. Boots fine and the grey apple shows but it just hangs there. Currently testing via USB boot while I wait for a connector to come for my hard drive. Anyway I was wondering if I could have some help with KEXTs. I tried vanilla ones but I assume they aren't working. I built this mini-itx using an Intel D525MW Desktop Board. Intel Atom Processor D525 (Dual-Core, integrated graphics & memory controller) Intel NM10 Express Chipset http://downloadmirro...echProdSpec.pdf http://www.intel.com...ard-d525mw.html What would I need to get Leopard to load past the grey apple, so I can work from there? Thanks in advance.
  3. PC-EFI Install To External Drive

    Nevermind, logically it must have been to the external hard drive. I went ahead and did it and it worked.
  4. I'm using a Mac and I've plugged in an external drive to prepare it. I have a retail CD. (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=86167&st=0) I was told to run this in terminal with Kalyway but I am not interested in downloading or using that. Does this code affect the computer it is written to? Or does it apply it to the disk specified. I do not understand enough about the commands to know whether the computer running terminal is just changing its boot loader to the specified disk, or whether the disk (rdisk0s2 in this case) is being written to. Thanks.
  5. G3 Powermac

    Brilliant! Love to see G3 cases saved and reused. This is great.
  6. My nickname came to be after I bought a 'strawberry' iMac G3 for $20 from a student at my place of study and rode home with it on the bus. The model had a PowerPC processor of 333mhz. A cute ol' machine. To elaborate further, I adore the iMac G3 and iBook Clamshells.
  7. Airports are interested in seeing if you are a danger to the passengers or a trying to smuggle something into the country. They don't care what wizardry you do on your computer. Most people don't even understand about operating systems and how to install them. It is 100% fine. The only Apple you should be concerned about is the fruit; if they find one of those in your bag they'll give you a harder time, depending where you are going.
  8. Introduce yourself.

    Hello, I'm 333mhz, living in Christchurch, New Zealand. I'm a huge fan of the old iMac G3 and iBook G3 Clamshell range by Apple and have been enjoying playing with those machines since. I rely on both Windows and Mac OSX equally, and I have a few Macs and other computers about. Currently working on my first PC build. I'm a big believer in recycling components in computer builds to prevent e-waste and giving new life to old hardware.