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    Here is my setup
    Mobo: Asus A8N SLI
    Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+
    HDD: 160 gig SATA
    Optic Drive: Samsung SATA
    Ram: 1 gig
    Graphics: Nvidia 6600

    System Version: Mac OS X 10.5.5 (9F33)
    Kernel Version: Stage XNU 9.4.0
    Network driver: ForceDeth-V
    Graphics: NVKush
    Chipset: NForce Test

    My problem Is the system will randomly freeze up and I will have to hold the power button to restart.
    I used the leo4allv3 install and upgraded with the patched pkg files to 10.5.5

    Edit: I would also like to include that the freezing problem was mush more severe and almost only occurred when internet was being used any file being downloaded would cause the system to freeze up. I then downloaded a forcedeth pkg that was provided in the leo4all forums which made freezing come almost to a stop the freezing is now very spuratic and there really inst any one thing I can pin it to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonangel View Post
    Here is my setup
    Mobo: Asus A8N SLI
    Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+
    HDD: 160 gig SATA
    Optic Drive: Samsung SATA
    Ram: 1 gig
    Graphics: Nvidia 6600

    System Version: Mac OS X 10.5.5 (9F33)
    Kernel Version: Stage XNU 9.4.0
    Network driver: ForceDeth-V
    Graphics: NVKush
    Chipset: NForce Test

    My problem Is the system will randomly freeze up and I will have to hold the power button to restart.
    I used the leo4allv3 install and upgraded with the patched pkg files to 10.5.5

    Edit: I would also like to include that the freezing problem was mush more severe and almost only occurred when internet was being used any file being downloaded would cause the system to freeze up. I then downloaded a forcedeth pkg that was provided in the leo4all forums which made freezing come almost to a stop the freezing is now very spuratic and there really inst any one thing I can pin it to.
    Remove ForceDeth-V and see it work fine. Use a external Ethernet card. Don't use nForce network/ForceDeth-V.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f41qu3 View Post
    Remove ForceDeth-V and see it work fine. Use a external Ethernet card. Don't use nForce network/ForceDeth-V.

    Just earlier today I dissabled the nforce and put in a extra netgear Ethernet pci card I had liying around and no more freezing. The only catch is my speed has slightly suffered . any recommendations on a good Ethernet card internal or external whichever is better? Oh and when I put the netgear card in I installed every driver on the leo4all v4.1 disc because I didn't know which would work how exactly can I remove the ones not in use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonangel View Post
    Just earlier today I dissabled the nforce and put in a extra netgear Ethernet pci card I had liying around and no more freezing. The only catch is my speed has slightly suffered . any recommendations on a good Ethernet card internal or external whichever is better? Oh and when I put the netgear card in I installed every driver on the leo4all v4.1 disc because I didn't know which would work how exactly can I remove the ones not in use?
    You can have better results using Leo4All v3 and for network use Realtek 8139C or D series (look on chipset on card to see model).

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    how do I remove the other drivers I installed?


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    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonangel View Post
    how do I remove the other drivers I installed?
    Do it in Terminal:

    sudo su
    (password)
    rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions/"kextname".kext

    Where "kextname" is a name for a kext.
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