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About Szak1

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  1. AGP Card missin with Final Cut Pro 4

    thanks, wotked for me. using pci-express nvidia geforce 6800 with titan enabled qe/ci
  2. Hacked PS/2 Driver :)

    /etc/rc method worked for me. Desktop computer with usb mouse and ps/2 keyboard. used a usb keyboard to make these changes. needs some testing, though, i hope it won't freeze after 10 mins
  3. Hi, I have a desktop pc with ps/2 keyboard and usb mouse. the keyboard worked during installation, but now it doesn't, so i have to use a usb keyboard until i can make my ps/2 working. I downloaded you fix, and replaced the system appleps2controller.kext's applekeyboardcontroller.kext (or sg like that) part with your fix, and left the other 2 kexts intact. repaired permissions, deleted cache, rebooted.. my ps/2 keyboard was working well. rebooted again (without doing anything) - my keyboard was dead again. bootup messages said that appleps2controller.kext couldn't be loaded. but why could it be loaded for the first time? i think the system somehow replaces the kext after the first boot. anyway, if i reinstall you fix using the method above, my ps/2 keyboard lives again... until i reboot. any suggestions?
  4. Hi, A lot of folks are complaining about not being able to get their Geforce 6800 PCI-E working (Dev ID: 00C1). The standard guides also failed for me, I got always hanged after loginwindow.app. So here's how I enabled resolution change, QE/CI after all: I searched the OSx86 wiki for Titan there are two links to get the file: This one and this second one. The first is a zip file including a rar file with a lot of kexts. The second is only Titan.kext (1 file) zipped. - Downloaded the first one (the one that contains lot of files). - unzipped, unrarred (there are a lot of free unrars for mac osx, use Google). i got a directory with a lot of kext files on my desktop as the result of unrar. - opened the terminal, logged in as root (typing sudo -s) - moved all the unrarred kexts to /System/Library/Extensions using drag&drop, overwriting everything (if it says you don't have permissions to overwrite sg, simply delete the target file) NOW COMES THE TRICKY PART: downloaded Titan.kext FROM THE SECOND LINK, and inserted it in the Extensions folder. (Overwriting the one that comes in the rar file). After that, I used nano to change dev IDs (Simply change 00c3... to 00c1...) in geforce.kext, NVDAV40Hal.kext and NVDAResman.kext. Saved, repaired permissions, deleted extension cache files, rebooted and prayed. It works now with QE/CI, 1280x1024x32@75hz
  5. 10.4.8 - no boot after install

    Problem solved, Natit wasn't supposed to be installed, that caused hang.
  6. Nvidia QE + CI The Definitive Guide

    Doesn't work... Bootup process hangs after loginwindow.app starts and forcedth initialises.. By the way, do I do things well? By "adding dev ID" I added my dev. id (0x00C1110DE) BEFORE all the others (right after the <string> tag), separating them with a space.. I have an Inno3D PCI-Express Gefroce6800 128MB.. Can't get it working, tried lot of things PS Now I have a system which hangs.. How do I restore it (ie remove NV40 drivers or stuff like that?) I wouldn't like to reinstall
  7. 10.4.8 - no boot after install

    I'll give a try. In fact it takes me 10 minutes until I get to setup from booting from CD. The system kind of "hangs" when it gets to the BSD root: disk1s2, major 14, minor 6 line, I have to wait about 5 minutes before the boot process continues. By the way, what is X11?
  8. HI all, just installed Jas.10.4.8.AMD.INTEL.SSE2.SSE3.iso on the following configuration: ABIT KN8 Ultra, AMD Athlon64 3200+ Venice, Geforce 6800 128 MB. I have one ATA drive in my computer, with two NTFS partitions, and one 8gb partition. This 8gb partition was erased with disk utility during install, and set to Mac extended journaled. Install went fine, I skipped X11(what is it, by the way?), languages and printer drivers. I only chose AMD kexts, since I have an AMD cpu.. After reboot, (even with -v or -x mode), I don't get past the following: localhost: /#root That's the last line I see. Any suggestions? PS: I have to wait minutes after the line "BSD root: disk0s2, major 14, minor 2", but finally it goes on, until I see localhost: /#root.