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Latest Snow Leopard Update Breaks Atom Support, Makes Pandas Cry

November 10th, 2009


There have been rumors about it happening for awhile, but now that the 10.6.2 update has hit, it looks like it does break Intel Atom support, so for all of you using Atom-based hackintosh’d netbooks, it’s some pretty bad news. But, on the bright side, like Jeff Goldblum said in Jurassic Park, “[Hackers] will find […]

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A Rough Google Chrome Build for OS X

April 7th, 2009


If you’re eager to try out Google’s new browser, and use OS X, there’s now an unofficial build of it over at TechSutra. This build slightly edges out the Safari 4 beta and the Windows version of Chrome 2.0 on the SunSpider Javascript Benchmark. It works like other Mac applications, using the menu bar instead […]

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Alternative To “Sleep Trick” On Intel GMAX3100

July 24th, 2008


This “trick” is now outdated and has been replaced by the much more reliable DSDT.aml file which automatically wakes the screen for you 100% of the time. The guide for it can be found here. A lot of us on laptops using Intel’s onboard GMAX3100 are having to do something called the “sleep trick” to […]

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Hate Vista? So Does Intel

June 26th, 2008

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With recent shipments of failure from the Microsoft camp, including a rather useless Service Pack 3 for aged XP and a “Reliability” Service Pack update for Vista SP1, their users have been speaking out for years since the release of Windows Vista in late 2006. And surprisingly (not), major companies are speaking out about just […]

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The Holy Grail And My HackBook Pro

March 12th, 2008


Let’s face it, sure that Pentium 4 is still chugging along, but what if you could build a real Mac, minus the logo? Welcome to Intel’s newest line of CPU’s. Nowadays, you can pick up a bundle Intel Core2 Duo 2.2GHz paired with a standard motherboard with on-board 64MB of video memory and all the […]

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