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Toshiba Satellite L500-120 mit ATI.

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Videos sagen mehr als tausend Worte ( hoffe ich ) :

 

Für 10.6.7 und ein Core2Duo L500 Satellite mit Ati Karte die 9480 als ID hat :

 

Video1, Screencast und technische Details zu den Dateien

 

Video2, L500 von Aussen gefilmt.

 

 

Dateien zum Runterladen ( nun auch 32/64 kompatibel ) hier : im englischen Forum-Teil . Der booter,die kexte und das ROM sowie die plists aus Video1.

 

Immerhin gibt es inzwischen mindestens einen User, der es auch geschafft hat.

 

Bei wem es nicht geht, sorry. Ich kann ja nur für mein Modell sprechen.

 

Andere CPU/anderer Intel Chipsatz,anderes BIOS und schon kann es alles danebengehen. Ich selber hab fast 1 Jahr gebraucht bis das mit der Grafik hingehauen hat.

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