HCL 10.5.8/Desktops

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Dell Vostro 200 Slim Tower

  • Intel G33 chipset, Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz
  • iPC 10.5.6, vanilla kernel
  • ICH10 SATA driver packaged in iPC
  • LAN: Used Realtek 8110SC-based card, detected as RTL8169 (driver included with retail Leopard)
  • Had to use IONetworkingFamily fix so "open" Terminal command would work without error message - this is the same as the Time Machine not working issue, I believe
  • Audio: ALC888 driver packaged in iPC
  • Onboard GMX3100 video works, albeit without QE/CI, and resolution limited. Added an NVIDIA 8400GS PCIe which works with QE/CI at full resolution after specifying correct NVCAP (which varies among manufacturers, even with same GPU)
  • Sleep/power-down/reboot do not work - all hang
  • Was able to update to 10.5.7 using Software Update; only had to reinstall ALC888 driver and IONetworkingFamily fix
  • Was able to subsequently update to 10.5.8 using Software Update; as before, had to reinstall ALC888 driver and IONetworkingFamily fix and all is well . . . . .

Dell Vostro 200 Slim Tower

  • Intel G33 chipset, Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz
  • iPC 10.5.6 kernel
  • ICH10 SATA driver packaged in iPC
  • Onboard LAN not working
  • LAN: Used a 20 usd adapter USB to LAN that works on macs (worked out of the box)
  • Audio: ALC888 driver packaged in iPC
  • ATI Radeon 2400HD pro ePCI driver listed in the iPC list. resolution have to be loaded from start up did not work on OSX (tried many solutions but no luck)
  • Ditched the Radeon and bought a 35 USD WinFast GeForce PX8400 GS TDH All works but Quartz Extreme:Not Supported You need NVinject 0.2.0 for dual head Not the Works with NVinject 0.2.1
  • Was able to update to 10.5.8 using Software Update and you should
only had to reinstall ALC888 driver from the DVD iPC, easy... just locate it and double click . .
  • shut down not happy
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