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Default 04-02-2010, 05:39 PM

Installed - runs like a champ. Thanks as always.


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Default 04-02-2010, 06:18 PM

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Sleep/BT works:
Wake from USB - DISABLED
Wake for AirPort Access - CHECKED

One or the other toggled, Sleep and BT are messed up.
Where are those settings ?

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Ah... checking... BRB
Did it work ?


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Default 04-03-2010, 10:35 AM

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Where are those settings ?



Did it work ?
USB legacy support is in the BIOS settings (Hit 2 on start up at the Dell screen > advanced tab - set USB legacy to disabled)
Wake for Airport is in System Prefs > Energy Saver > Power Adaptor

and, no, it didn't work for me

Have rolled back to 10.6.2 and 8.3 Final.


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Default 04-03-2010, 03:50 PM

Installed latest NBI and 10.6.3 the other day on my 10v and all went well. Only trouble I have found so far is that very occasionaly the sound doesnt work requiring a reboot. Otherwise I'm a happy chappy
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Default 04-03-2010, 06:26 PM

clean re-install...running 10.6.3, still have a glitchy audio issue...


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Had a happy 10.6.6 machine and updated to 10.6.7, but no love...maybe I'll do a vanilla install...but probably not.
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Default 04-03-2010, 06:28 PM

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Have rolled back to 10.6.2 and 8.3 Final.

Just curious how you "rolled back" to 10.6.2 ? Is it just a matter of installing the 10.6.2 update over 10.6.3 ? Or did you have to reinstall Leopard 10.6 and update to 10.6.2 ?


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Default Repeat: No Bluetooth - 04-04-2010, 12:49 AM

Just to repeat what I've read:

Bluetooth does not seem to toggle OFF from the OS in 10.6.3 (in Mini 9 and others) because Apple did something with the Kext. I believe that Meklort is looking into this and will post a fix, if there is a way to repair the "Apple fix".

There may be a "hack" to turn off Bluetooth by putting the machine to sleep - when it wakes, BT is Off. To turn back on, you have to re-boot.

That's my understanding at this date.

Otherwise, update from 10.6.0 to 10.6.3 using NBI 8.4 was amazingly simple

Great thanks to Meklort and others for their persistence and help.
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Default 04-04-2010, 01:16 AM

Thanks Meklort, everything's simple and works like a charm. There are many improvements in this release, so I want to know more :
1/ Do I have to install VoodooPowerMini.kext to make speed stepping work ?
2/ After update to 10.6.3, my display color is disfferent from that in 10.6.2, although I have reset to Acer/Minicolor profile, have anyone noticed it?
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Default 04-04-2010, 03:28 AM

The only thing you need to to enable speed stepping is to use an smbios.plist with the machine as MacbookPro5,1. I would *not* do that yet, as NBI cannot determine the machine if you do that (well, it depends) You can install the bootloader included with the next version, then reboot, and then NBI will be able to detect the machine properly.


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Default 04-04-2010, 08:36 AM

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Just curious how you "rolled back" to 10.6.2 ? Is it just a matter of installing the 10.6.2 update over 10.6.3 ? Or did you have to reinstall Leopard 10.6 and update to 10.6.2 ?
I always keep a bootable USB stick together with a disk image of current install and NBI before upgrading. Then if anything goes wrong, I simply enable USB legacy, boot from the stick, restore last install to SSD and run NBI, reboot disabling USB legacy at start-up screen and on we go... relatively painless. Other people keep the USB stick they made with NBM and start from scratch (which is probably more sensible) and some use that method together with a time machine restore but I like to go back to the spot before it all got screwed up and restoring from disk image works for me.


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