Well, unfortunately today I got a kernel panic and the black "you need to restart" window. I have not been able to figure out what was giving me the kernel panic and have only been able to boot into verbose mode. I'll let you guys know if I figure it out.
Networking doesnt work that great. I cant view files on other computer's and i cant connect to my Time Capsule. I really want to restore from a backup and use it like my macbook but i cant. It also doesnt work for migration assistance. The last thing is i cant use screen sharing to another computer from the NB205 but i can view my NB205 from my macbook
Registered just to say thanks to noxin for the great guide. Everything went totally by the book, which has rarely been the case for me dealing the OSX.
Built in sound doesn't work at all. the VoodooHDA app just gives me an error and doesn't seem to do anything. My bluetooth dongle which I have in for Windows 7 works for the most part. Just some cracking on my Motorola headset once in awhile.
Here's the weird thing. The battery icon and charging function are just... wonky... I kept my notebook plugged throughout the whole process. It showed the plugged in icon, but the message (Not Charging). On the front of my laptop the battery icon was green the whole time. I figured it was a driver issue and that things were working fine. I unplugged it to move to an Ethernet port to do some large file transfers and the charge level dropped down to 9% and then died about 3 minutes later. I kept it turned off, plugged it in, and went to bed.
Next day I turned it on and everything looked fine again. I unplugged it, showed 95% (understandable), plugged it back in and got a message of critical battery levels. Went to work with it plugged while time machine was doing it's thing. Came home, unplugged it again to try to transfer those files again and the battery died on me again.
As I'm tying this it's plugged in, I have the orange icon on the front of the laptop, Snow Leopard says it's still unplugged, but the percentage is going up at least. Anyone have anything like this happen to them?
Other than having to keep it plugged in, Snow Leopard is running incredibly well. Thanks for the hard work guys. Keep it up!
Just want to say thanks for the great guide. I've used iDeneb before, but am glad to have an up-to-date retail install now. Thanks everyone for your hard work.
Up until today, my install was working more-or-less flawlessly (sans camera and bluetooth). But today I started getting intermittent KPs on startup. I found that if the loading wheel appeared I was fine. Otherwise, a KP happened fairly quickly. It happens about every other time or so.
I don't know what's wrong. I tried installing the kexts using M4K10's method, but the intermittent KPs are still there. Oh well...
does anyone notice that the webcam is really dark?? Also i cant get remote disk to work. It sometimes finds the computer but will never connect
Over the last week I've installed SL many times trying to get my dual boot with Windows 7 working. I forgot about that step and I couldn't connect to my shares on my other computers anymore. Did the sudo /pfix in terminal and then repaired permissions with disk utility and on the next reboot, my shares were working again. Not sure if it'll fix your Time Capsule issue also, but can't hurt to try.
Has anyone had luck with multiple displays? I tried tonight, but as soon as SL recognized the additional monitor, there was nothing but colored lines on both screens. Any thoughts?
Toshiba NB200 - Dual Boot - OS X 10.6.1 - Windows 7 - 2GB RAM - Mac Software - iLife 09 - iWork 09 - Office 08 - Photoshop CS4 - DELL 1397 WiFi