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*WiFi: Atheros 9285 - works with LegacyAtheros
 
*WiFi: Atheros 9285 - works with LegacyAtheros
 
*PowerManagment - works OOTB
 
*PowerManagment - works OOTB
 
===Sony VAIO VGN-NR31SR ===
 
 
Hazard 10.6.6 installed. With other distributions, either internal PS/2 keyboard doesn't work, or the video hangs up, or nothing boots at all.
 
When installing, select only Chameleon RC5 and VoodooHDA, otherwise there will be problems with one thing or another.
 
 
* Video: Nvidia 8400M GT: works out of the box with 1024x768, full resolution is enabled with Chameleon "Graphics Mode" parameter. Acceleration doesn't work, tried NVEnabler but no luck. It is said that Vaio only supports acceleration on external displays. I didn't try too hard, trusted the internets.
 
* Audio: works with VoodooHDA (installed with Hazard, latest driver version from the available ones). Didn't try the mic.
 
* WiFi: internal doesn't work. Just bought an USB one (D-Link with an Ralink chipset, but see the notes on [[HCL_10.6.8#Wireless]]).
 
* USB: seems to work ok right after installation.
 
  
 
==Toshiba==
 
==Toshiba==

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