Tag Archives: keyboard

Drivers Galore! (The Master Drivers Guide)

July 9th, 2009


Over the past couple of months, many Leopard drivers have been released, updated, killed with OS updates, etc. To keep up with all of these changes, one must refer to 12 different posts, two encyclopedias, and a lawyer to go through all the fine. I figured “If people have to look in so many places, […]

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How to Remove a Dell Inspiron 1525 Keyboard

July 9th, 2009

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Since most of the people visiting this site are probably rocking an Inspiron 1525, I figured we should write some hardware-related stuff. Having OS X running on non-apple hardware means nothing if your hardware doesn’t work. One of my gripes with the 1525 is that the keyboard is prone to getting dirty; the keys almost […]

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Making your PC keyboard more Mac-Like

March 31st, 2009


When your PC keyboard doesn’t want to behave in OS X

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Your audio doesn’t work, right? Well….

March 23rd, 2009


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 […]

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An Accidental Stroke of Brilliance

March 19th, 2009


Today, when I left my newly installed and configured HackBook (running XxX 10.5.6) downstairs for awhile, the display went to sleep. I thought nothing of it of course. I closed the lid and took it upstairs. When I opened the lid, it gave me the boot prompt. “Strange,” I thought, and when I pressed enter […]

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