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  1. @ ali sharp Download yourself iB{censored} (based on your type of VGA card choose NVIDIA or ATI): http://{censored}.blogspot.com/2010/05/iB{censored}-20-updated-with-enhanced-usb.html Burn it on CD, and boot from it and when you get in menu choose your Snow Leo HDD to boot and remove sleepenabler.kext from USB stick. Of course this will only work if you have your bootloader installed on USB stick, since that way your sistem is "untouched" vanilla. If you have bootloader installed on your OSX HDD, then i don't know...
  2. btw, anyone have SleepEnabler.kext compatible with 10.6.4?
  3. Updated and after reboot got KP. Cause was 10.6.3 SleepEnabler.kext. After removing it, machine booted fine. So far all works...
  4. X-iFE

    Chameleon USB Icon

    I'll give it a shot later today, and post it.
  5. X-iFE

    Chameleon USB Icon

    Thx guys, I'm glad you like it. @ Skipper Weird issue. :confused: But i think it's on your side. I don't have that problem, other disks/DMGs are showing their usual icon on my system.
  6. X-iFE

    Chameleon USB Icon

    Well i wasn't sure where to post this since it's just cosmetic thingy... Ok, for those who have their Chameleon bootloder installed on USB stick, you can make it more recognizable on your desktop. I've modified Apple's "stock" external drive icon a bit, and added simplified Chameleon logo over it. Looks nice to me for a 2min Photoshop job. Preview: Here is info on how to change your USB (or any other drive/app/folder) icon: [URL]http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2493[/URL]Or alternatively you can use Panic's CandyBar: [URL]http://www.panic.com/candybar/[/URL]P.S. You can open provided PNG file in Photoshop (or any other image editor) and play with HUE command to change that green chameleon to whatever-color-you-want. Enjoy!
  7. Great exodus! Hope you'll keep us updated with further news?
  8. What do you mean exactly by "cosmetic" and "boot or SL recognizing yr CPU" ?
  9. FINALLY! I don't know if anyone else has posted this before, but I've managed to "force" Snow Leo to recognize my i7 920 CPU as i7 (instead of Quad Core Xeon). This is on 10.6.3. All you have to do is to edit your SMBIOS.plist and add this value: For i5 CPUs: <key>SMcputype</key> <string>1537</string>For i7 CPUs: <key>SMcputype</key> <string>1793</string>Here is screenshot of my "About This Mac": Credits goes to betel from bbs.pcbeta.com Original thread: http://bbs.pcbeta.com/thread-708252-1-1.html
  10. @ afd_sg Yes i have that much kexts since i'm not using DSDT for my mobo, because i've updated to latest BIOS firmware avl. for it (F12). And i don't want to mess around with patching DSDT... I'm too lazy... But i have this way 100% working system, so i don't care that much for those kexts...
  11. Just updated to 10.6.3 over Software Update. All working fine with hardware in my sig. Kexts in /Extensions folder: EvOreboot.kext FakeSMC.kext HDAEnabler.kext IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector.kext IONetworkingFamily.kext LegacyAppleRTC.kext LegacyHDA.kext NullCPUPowerManagement.kext NVEnabler 64.kext SleepEnabler.kext EDIT: Btw, my i7 920 is still shown as Quad Core Intel Xeon in "About This Mac". Anyone knows is it able to show it properly as i7 920, as there was some rumors that it'll be possible in 10.6.3?
  12. Lol, here comes another series of (dare i say refurbished) EFi-X v1.0 under the new high tech catchy name: EFi-X BPU SL III Get your free laughs here: http://art-studios.net/goods/102
  13. That guy Wilhelm is completely out of his mind... I mean patenting "USB-key-based booting", like they truly invented it... What's next? Patenting a wheel and suing Car manufacturers all over the world?
  14. Well, i still have working EFi-X v1.0, and would gladly provide it for reverse engineering purposes.
  15. @ Skipper That worked! Thank you very much for help!
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