This site has been up for a while now and, so far, it has seen five different releases of OS X, four major builds of OS X (Kalyway, iAtkos, XxX, and iPC), and countless hardware issues resolved. But whether you’re new to this whole OS X 86 thing or you’re just having some problems, not all of your issues may be resolved yet. We here at Daily Blogged Realize that and so we had an idea. Instead of going to five different posts daily hoping that someone will answer one of your questions, wouldn’t it be easier to visit one centralized location where you could ask a question and you knew that the whole Daily Blogged community and all the Daily Blogged admins would see it and be able to help? With that in mind, this post came about.
The entire purpose of this post is for YOU to complain about your issues and get them solved. Whether your audio doesn’t work properly or your computer is over heating, we want you to post it here so that your issue can be resolved. Just post a comment stating your issue, the version of OS X you are running, and any other details you think will help. It’s just like the saying goes, Help Us Help You. But of course it would be redundant if multiple people asked the same question so be sure to read the “Common Errors and Their Fixes” section to make sure your issue hasn’t already been resolved and also read previous comments too to see if they help. And no, there currently is no fix for HDMI, S-Video, or Mirrored Display on a DVI monitor so dont even ask or we will send bad men after you. :-)
Common Errors and Their Fixes:
Audio (applies for all issues) – Go here
Network (Wireless) - Rerun the install.sh script in the drivers pack
Ethernet – Go here to install the AppleYukon.kext
Battery Meter- Download the Battery Kexts, kext helper them, repair permissions, and reboot.
Quartz Extreme Not Supported- Download the Kexts, install them using kext helper, Repair Permissions, and reboot
Keyboard and/or Trackpad- Download the two ApplePS2 kexts, install them with Kext Helper, Repair Permissions, and reboot
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