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Discuss [Guide] Back Row on Intel Mac, The complete Install Procedure at the AppleTV - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by matthewrotherham i have the quit option (yay) i have just HEXORED the ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewrotherham View Post
    i have the quit option (yay)
    i have just HEXORED the command line and when in ATV it does work(command tab makes the mini menu apear) but when i select an app the aplication does not show infront of apple tv

    i cannot see the other application but the mouse pointer acts as if it is there!

    HELP
    Before starting Back Row, you must set your screen resolution to 640x480 or 800x600 and then start it, it will start and change the screen resolution to 1280x800 (or something like that) but will remain in 640x480 or 800x600 so you will be able to see the finder behind and select itunes.

    Don't forget to switch back to your native resolution when you quit.


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    same problem here.. i changed resolution before starting frontrow but still same issue. FrontRow just changes resolution to 800x600 too - so no windowed mode

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    Quote Originally Posted by melllvar View Post
    same problem here.. i changed resolution before starting frontrow but still same issue. FrontRow just changes resolution to 800x600 too - so no windowed mode

    Can you tell me what is your native resolution and what is your computer (mac or hackintosh ?)


    Check this image, you will see what i'm talking about.

    http://img459.imageshack.us/img459/1...cture16wo8.png
    Last edited by Former Bender; 04-01-2007 at 03:36 PM.

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    I created a new User Account, now it works.. Thanks anyways

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    Default Works Well. but no Intro video.

    I did all the guides in this Thread. It works perfect on my macbook.

    Weird thing is no intro video. Anyway except Intro Video, It works perpect.


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    is there any chance that this tutorial works on a normal pc ? (non-mac)

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    You can, but it would be useless because of lack or Apple remote support.

    Back Row will start, but without control, you'll get stuck.

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    you have to open the BackRow binary in hex edit and then edit that.

    search disk0s4 in the ascii then change the 4 to whatever slice your media disk is...

    ie: disk0s2 or disk0s3

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    this might be a silly question, but... what are the benefits of this frontrow 2.0 over the old version? cheers

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    I'm getting
    Code:
    /SourceCache/Riptide/Riptide-175/BackRow/Utilities/BRXHardwareUtility.m:145: failed assertion `NO'
    Abort trap
    MD5sum of my BackRow checks out with the working patched one according to IRC folks.
    MD5(Front Row)= 32d31dfb8e1a96a1cd9666bd715be8fb
    (no other patches i.e. window type patch applied).

    This happens both in freshly installed .4.9 and in my AppleTV OS installation as documented here. (happens without the BackRow media path patch also; that's not it.)

    Googling the error comes up with some pastebins of it (appearantly someone else out there is wondering!) and a thread in Korean that doesn't appear to have an answer.

    Hardware is a Core1Duo MacBook; so it's not an AMD issue.

    I'm stumped.

    UPDATE : XianLi fixed it. The "media patch" from his post solves this error.
    Last edited by bri3d; 04-03-2007 at 08:05 PM.


 

 

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