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    30 pages eh?

    Ok so early on there's info that the Wifi chip doesn't work, and that at least one person has gone to the length of replacing it. That's something I'm unwillign to do, since I really just want to run OS X secondarilly to port .NET apps to Mono on Mac.

    So, does the internal Wifi work now? If not, is any work being done on it?

    Howabout eth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthews View Post
    30 pages eh?

    Ok so early on there's info that the Wifi chip doesn't work, and that at least one person has gone to the length of replacing it. That's something I'm unwillign to do, since I really just want to run OS X secondarilly to port .NET apps to Mono on Mac.

    So, does the internal Wifi work now? If not, is any work being done on it?

    Howabout eth?
    The stock wifi chip still isnt working, someone said they are going to try to make it work. It only costs $30 for a new wifi card and its very easy to replace.

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    Also does this happen for anyone else? When i go to sleep and wake back up the sound is distorted and the volume goes quiet again, and restart wont work after sleep.
    Last edited by JA53N; 08-11-2009 at 02:41 AM. Reason: No need to double post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingzero619 View Post
    If you can get a hold of someone with a mac, you can. Find yourself iDeneb v1.3 ISO, UInstaller and a 10gig flash drive. Backup the image to your flash drive using OSX disk utility. Open up UInstaller and patch the USB flash drive with Chameleon boot loader. Restart your netbook and make sure to boot from USB flash drive. You'll be able to run the install from your flash drive at this point.
    I installed my NB200 with triple boot (OSX, WinXP and Linux) using only USB media and a Windows XP machine to prepare the media. If you need instructions on how to prepare the usb stick from WinXP, let me know.

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    I received my Dell 1510 WLAN card today, ordered it at Dell half a week ago (link).
    I can confirm that it installs really easy (you just need a torx screwdriver to unscrew the panel at the bottom) and that it works out-of-the-box in OSX. It works in Windows XP and Linux too, after installing the neccessary drivers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BJS View Post
    I installed my NB200 with triple boot (OSX, WinXP and Linux) using only USB media and a Windows XP machine to prepare the media. If you need instructions on how to prepare the usb stick from WinXP, let me know.
    yes please if you could, that would be awesome. i tried the way wingzero said but uinstaller needs osx 10.5 which i dont have :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkranger View Post
    yes please if you could, that would be awesome. i tried the way wingzero said but uinstaller needs osx 10.5 which i dont have :/
    See here. I skipped step 6.
    Basically you just prepare your usb stick using unetbootin, and then write the OSX iso to your stick using the leopard hd install helper.
    I had to try a few times since the leopard install helper is a bit flaky, but if you follow the instructions carefully, it'll work. I used an iDeneb 1.3 iso to write to my USB stick.
    When complete, put your stick in, turn your NB on and select the 'choose boot device' option or something (i think it's F10 or F12). Select the USB drive, and when it boots you're good to go. If if doesn't boot, you probably didn't to the the leopard hd install helper step correctly.

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    anyone have a fix for the mouse moving so fast. There is no mouse prefs, and voodoo just crashes

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstanks View Post
    anyone have a fix for the mouse moving so fast. There is no mouse prefs, and voodoo just crashes
    Try to reinstall the kexts, in prefs i can change the trackpad speed etc. and voodoo never crashes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JA53N View Post
    Also does this happen for anyone else? When i go to sleep and wake back up the sound is distorted and the volume goes quiet again, and restart wont work after sleep.
    Restart after sleep is a common problem with netbooks. It's pretty much the only flaw in the hack of the Mini 9 from Dell, for example. Honestly, it's not a big deal, is it? Just Shut Down and Power Up instead of restarting. Takes all of an extra 1 second to hit the button.


 

 

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