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    Hi to all
    hi have this dell studio 15:
    Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T5800 (2.00GHz/800Mhz FSB/2MB cache)
    widescreen 15.4 WLED display (1280x800)
    Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive TSST TS-T636A
    2GB DualChannel DDR2 at 800MHz
    160GB SATA Hard Drive
    Ati Radeon HD 3450 256Mb
    High Definition Audio Intel 2.0 IDT 92HD73C1
    Dell Wireless 1397 802.11g Half Mini-Card
    Chipset Intel® Cantiga GM45
    Webcam da 2 MP Creative
    Alps touch Pad
    Lan Broadcom BCM5784M
    I know that all things are supported except for the graphic card...
    I know that there is a kext to change resolution but QE and CI are always unsupported...

    I just want to now...are these QE and CI important?
    Because I want to use Leopard as my primary system but if this two things ruin the experience or maybe some program didn't work, I have to change idea and wait for snow leopard


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    Yeh it is, for graphics, video, etc, Try this thread, check in #hdradeon or #hackint0sh, good luck and report back your results
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