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10.6.8 QE/CI not working GMA950

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Hi

I am running Snow Leo 10.6.8 (with nawcom's legacy kernel) and 10.6.0 on my Asus 1001HA, my specs are:

- Intel Atom n270

- 2GB of RAM

- Intel GMA950.

I use Chameleon 2 NBI bootloader, everything works in 10.6.0 without Wi-Fi, of course, but in 10.6.8 the QE/CI doesn't work. I can't view a picture in Preview, Front Row doesn't work. I tried various AppleIntelGMA950 and AppleIntegratedFramebuffer kexts, none of them enabled QE/CI. Can you help me enable it? If i have to post anything more about my netbook, just tell me.

 

Thanks in advance

Andy

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