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'''ONLY add hardware which you have TESTED. Don't add hardware just because you think it might work.'''
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'''Please add hardware into tables.'''<br>
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This is a component level hardware compatibility list. We want to keep it as accurate as possible, but please, do not entirely rely on this list when buying hardware. Add which parts you have working in the categories listed below, or create a new category. Please keep alphabetical order inside the categories. The categories themselves are ordered by popularity.<br>
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Please list any caveats or problems as well.<br><br>
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'''This is for 10.4.3 builds only.'''
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==Motherboards==
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    <th width="15%" scope="col">Hardware Name</th>
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    <th width="10%" scope="col">Manufacturer</th>
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    <th width="55%" scope="col">Notes</th>
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    <th width="5%" scope="col">Fully working without patching</th>
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    <td>AN8</td>
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    <td>ABit</td>
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    <td>OSX86 8f1111 with JAS patch.. Still waiting for root device without JAS... USB:OK, AUDIO:OK, IDE:OK, LAN:BAD</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>AS8</td>
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    <td>ABit</td>
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    <td>OSX 10.4.3 8F1111A Patched with Jas v4.2b installs great. Motherboard audio, LAN, USB works. Both IDE and SATA hard drives work. Booting is quick, but restarting doesn't work: hangs while trying to reboot. Halting works ok.</td>
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    <td>AV8</td>
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    <td>ABit</td>
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    <td>Installer disc with Wesley patch had to be installed through VMware, but boots natively.  IDE, USB, ATA all work.  Change Output to 48,000 in Audio MIDI Setup in Utilities to fix sound - still, only left channel works.  SATA untested.  Gbit LAN does not work.    </td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>BD7II</td>
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    <td>ABit</td>
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    <td>only installed with jas patch. it's working well, lan working. othe only thing is after installed finished it didn't reboot automatically, but the os shut down properly    </td>
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    <td>don't know but I don't think so</td>
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    <td>IC7-G</td>
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    <td>Abit</td>
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    <td>IC5HR controller with SATA drives works fine. Onboard sound works fine with AppleAC97Audio kernel extension. Onboard Intel PRO/1000CT Network Adapter works flawlessly..    </td>
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    <td>No</td>
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    <td>IS7</td>
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    <td>Abit</td>
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    <td>OSX 10.4.3 8F1111A Patched with Jas v4.2b installs great. Motherboard audio, LAN, USB works. Both IDE and SATA hard drives work. Booting is quick, but restarting doesn't work: hangs while trying to reboot. restart ok </td>
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    <td>N/A</td>
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    <td>KN8 SLI</td>
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    <td>ABit</td>
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    <td>OSX86 8f1111g with Athlon64 3200 Venice. USB - Works, Audio - Works, IDE - Works, SATA - ?(Don't have a sata drive), Lan - Not Working</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>KV8 Pro</td>
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    <td>ABit</td>
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    <td>Patched Installer disc does not load natively. I had to install through VMware and use my SATA Partition and installed direct to it. SATA will not detect by default had to load AppleVIAATA.kext and then I was able to reboot my PC (not in VMware) and boot nativly but without it would not load. AC97 sound does not work (may work if adding device ID to Kext, Gigabit LAN not detected. Everything else works great! Few modifications and all is great!<p>Another user: Patched 10.4.3 installer disk worked perfectly as long as only core install was selected. Only problem was that OS seems unable to complete a reset or shutdown call to the bios, reset button is only option.</p>    </td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>VT7</td>
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    <td>ABit</td>
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    <td>Some USB devices work so does the PS/2 thats about it; no Ethernet or audio. I had it set up with 1 IDE hard drive and two CD drives on the second channle all were recognized. I never tried adding any 3rd party drivers though, so some people might have better luck.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>i915Ga-HFS</td>
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    <td>AOpen</td>
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    <td>Working out of box- GMA900 graphics, ALC880 audio, ICH6 ATA (SATA not tested), Agere Firewire, USB -- NOT Working- Marvell Gigabit Ethernet.</td>
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    <td>No- Ethernet not working, everything else is A-Ok.</td>
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    <td>i945Ga-PHS</td>
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    <td>AOpen</td>
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    <td>SATA works. Disable onboard audio in BIOS if you have trouble installing. After installing, copy AppleHDA.kext from 8F1099, re-enable audio in bios, and it will work.</td>
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    <td>No.</td>
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    <td>i945g-PLF</td>
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    <td>AOpen</td>
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    <td>Sata works, 2nd ide controller doesn't (ITE), on 8f1111 you need to disable Audio in bios to install. Didn't test 8f1099</td>
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    <td>Sound doesn't work and stops you from booting installing 8f1111</td>
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    <td>MX46U2-GN</td>
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    <td>AOpen</td>
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    <td>osx86 10.4.3. I cheated - installed on a HP 2000MT and ghosted the image - it boots fine</td>
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    <td>To test</td>
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    <td>775Dual-915GL</td>
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    <td>ASRock</td>
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    <td>Graphics:good, NIC:good, USB:good, IDE:good, SATA:good, Sound:needed new
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    AppleAC97Audio.kext</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>K8 Combo-Z</td>
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    <td>ASRock</td>
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    <td>Graphics:n/a, NIC:nope (doesn't work in Linux either, so no biggie), USB:good, IDE:Primary channel only, PIO only - 1.9 MB/s, SATA:untested, Sound:not working as yet.  Not fully tested though.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>K8Ugrade-NF3</td>
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    <td>ASRock</td>
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    <td>NIC:?, USB:good, IDE:good, SATA:?, Sound:good Realec 8139 PCI card good, LAN: not working (RTL 8201CL)</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P4AL-8X</td>
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    <td>ASRock </td>
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    <td>Run both 10.4.1 and 10.4.3 8f1099 smoothly.Onboard audio and onboard Ethernet don't work.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P4Dual-915GL</td>
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    <td>ASRock</td>
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    <td>Graphics:good, NIC:good, USB:good, IDE:good, SATA:good, Sound:needed new
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    AppleAC97Audio.kext</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>A8N-5X</td>
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    <td>ASUS</td>
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    <td>8f1111 version: System stable and fast. Details: PATA (OK but slower than Windows), SATA (not working @all), AC97 audio (working good only after patch), LAN (not working), USB (OK), PS2 Controller (Works, but have to disable USB controller in BIOS).  </td>
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    <td>yes</td>
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    <td>A8N-E</td>
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    <td>ASUS</td>
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    <td>8F1111 with Maxxuss Patch. USB working. PATA working. Sound working.8f1099 works fine too. NIC need patch(http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=12933&amp;hl=a8n-e).</td>
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    <td>SATA doesn't work. PS-2 Controller Not working.</td>
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    <td>A8N-SLI</td>
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    <td>ASUS</td>
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    <td>only needs replaced oah files to install native. </td>
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    <td>Sound works with PPF patch, nForce Lan does not work, ATA Works with PPF Patch, SATA is a "No Go"</td>
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    <td>A8N32-SLI Deluxe</td>
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    <td>ASUS</td>
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    <td>Using OSX 10.4.3 8F1111A Patched with Jas v4.2b PATA, Firewire, USB and audio all seem functional. Could not install, however, since SATA would not work and both hard drives were SATA.</td>
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    <td>No.</td>
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    <td>A8S-X(chipset : SiS756+SiS965L)</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>"SSE3.SSE3emulation.No.NXDX.CPUID.Fix.zip" patch needs to solve the CPUID panic ploblem of AMD Athlon X2 CPU.(Still, This motherboard is not tested for single core CPUs) intell 8254oem on board Gigabit Ethernet and USB are very well, but IDE speed is very slow, Onboard Sound(ADI1986A) still not working, SATA not working. </td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>A8V Deluxe</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Native install on IDE HDD. SATA, Built-in Gigabit Network, Onboard Wireless, Onboard Sound, USB 1/2 not working.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>A8V-E Deluxe</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Had to install onto PATA disk using vmware. Booted up and working fine after installed. SATA, Marvell Gigabit Ethernet, Onboard Wireless, Onboard Sound not working. Firewire and USB1/2 Work.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>K8N nForce3 250</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Used Jas' PPF patch. Sound works, ATA works (No SATA), Ethernet (nForce) doesn't work, D-Link DFE-538 tx used for internet.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>K8V</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>.dmg convert to .bin then to .iso (had write errors straight to .iso.) Used Maxxus patcher. SATA works. Sound not working, USB not work too.</td>
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    <td>Onboard lan and sound untested.</td>
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    <td>K8V SE Deluxe</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Able to natively install onto a SATA disk using Maxxuss-patched disc.  AD1980 sound works with a plist edit (see the boards); plug speakers into mic port(!?) to get sound (on left channel only).  Gigabit ethernet unsupported (Marvell chipset).  Everything else appears to work fine.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P4C800 Deluxe</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>SoundMax AC97,USB, SATA, ATA, VIA 1394. Everything works fine with Maxxuss's 1.1 ISO patch, except the network chip (3COM Gigabit 3c940).</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P4B533-VM</td>
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    <td>ASUS</td>
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    <td>Everything works, I haven't found any anomolies</td>
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    <td>yes, I think</td>
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    <td>P4C800-E Deluxe</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>SATA RAID controller not recognized.  Cannot see any drives on Promise controller (regardless of bios settings), so you're limited to 2 SATA devices.  Firewire/IEEE1394 not working. Sleep/suspend doesn't seem to work.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P4GE-MX</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Using OSX 10.4.3 8F1111A Patched with Jas v4.2b,installed native from DVD..,ATI RADEON 9000 AGP. Have patched up to 10.4.4 but lose sound...need to find right files for sound stuff on 10.4.4, Celeron 2.8G SSE2 processor..UPDATE:10.4.5 installed native and is working fine..</td>
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    <td>Seems fine, more testing needed</td>
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    <td>P4P800-E Deluxe</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Everything except the Marvell Yukon Gigabit LAN works with 10.4.3 and Jas patch.  Sound comes through Line Out, not normal speaker jacks.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P4P800-VM</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Nearly everything working well. SATA, ATA, Networking, Audio, Video, USB, flawless! PS/2 is a pain, use USB keyb/mouse, make sure to disable floppy/serial ports in BIOS (doh!).</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P4P800S-X</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>All working 100% with install DVD (patched).</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P5GDC-Pro</td>
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    <td>Asus<br>Intel915p</td>
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    <td>Sata,IDE,Audio supported:it works great.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P5GD1</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>No Nic Support ( Marvell ) and IDE Raid Controllers do not work in P-ATA mode at all - SATA and Firewire untested ( Sound output, Primery IDE Channel and USB are all fine</td> <td>no</td>
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    <td>P5LDV2-VM</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Everything works fine with nonx kernel (sound,NIC,SATA)</td>
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    <td>yes</td>
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    <td>P5GD1-Deluxe</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>No NIC Support (Marvell) However, SATA, PATA, USB, PS/2, Sound, PCI-E Video Cards (Compat.) and everything else that i have tested works great with 10.4.3 8F1111g (JaS patch). A few tweaks in BIOS needed though (dep. on CPU)</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P5GD1-VM</td>
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    <td>Asus</td> <td>All (sound (only out, no in!),10/100/1000 NIC, SATA, PATA, USB, QE/CI on internal video, PS/2 kbd/mouse, PCI-E video cards (check compat.) Minor BIOS tweaking needed for CPU settings (depending on CPU)</td>
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    <td>yes</td>
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    <td>P5GL-MX</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>IDE, LAN, QE, CI, SATA, USB work perfectly 10.4.1 and 10.4.3). Audio no-go (add cheap PCI CMI8738 and install kext)</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P5GL-MX</td>
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    <td>ASUS</td>
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    <td>Only tested with Maxxuss's ISO patch. All seems to work, sound, accelerated graphics etc</td>
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    <td>yes</td>
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    <td>P5GV-MX</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>IDE, LAN, VGA, Sound, USB. Did not test Firewire</td>
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    <td>yes</td>
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    <td>P5LDV2-VM</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>On 81111 Jas 1.1, should disable soundcard to boot, and disable USB2 mode (Keep basic USB)</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>P5LD2-VM</td>
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    <td>Asus</td>
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    <td>Lan, IDE/SATA (Intel ICH7 South Bridge), Graphics work like a charm on osx86 8f1111A(g).  Need to edit AppleAzaliaAudio.kext to get sound output (2.1 mode) working. Sound input doesn't work. Delete AppleHDA.kext if kernel panic happens because of the integrated sound ALC882. *NOTE: ITE IDE controller not supported (Red Connector).</td>
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    <td>No</td>
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    <td>P5WD2-E Premium</td>
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    <td>ASUS</td>
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    <td>Only tested with Maxxuss's ISO patch. No LAN (2xMarvell 88E8053 Gigabit LAN). No sound. Installed only after disabling sound in BIOS. Everything else semm to work (SATAII, Firewire, etc)</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>915P-TAG</td>
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    <td>DFI</td>
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    <td>Tested with 10.4.3 8f1111. SATA is not working. Onboard audio and onboard Ethernet don't work. </td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>DFI Lanparty UT nForce 3 250GB</td>
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    <td>DFI</td>
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    <td>ATA works slow, no nVidia sata, maybe silicon image works? (not tested yet)</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>DFI Lanparty UT nForce 4 Ultra-D</td>
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    <td>DFI</td>
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    <td>Worked fine after install with patched 10.4.3 DVD but no SATA or integrated ethernet. Sound, USB, Firewire and PS/2 works (but only if you put both your mouse and keyboard in PS/2 ports).</td>
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    <td>maybe</td>
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    <td>DFI Lanparty UT nForce 4 SLi-D</td>
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    <td>DFI</td>
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    <td>Everything works except for SATA and the 2 onboard etherenet controllers (nForce 4 and Marvell)</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>DFI LANParty UT RDX200 CF DR</td>
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    <td>DFI</td>
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    <td>SATA, integrated ethernet and onboard audio are not working but besides that everything else works fine.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>915P-A</td>
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    <td>ECS</td>
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    <td>Appears to work completely (tried with P4 640 3.2GHz). No volumecontrol on audio but sound does work. Booting using partition on SATA-hdd. LAN port works. USB works (it appears USB2 but couldn't verify it since my USB stick is protected with a windows tool). Tried with GForce 6600 (Asus silencer) no QE or CI. Tried also with ST-Lab X600pro; this works beautifully CI and QE supported.</td>
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    <td>yes</td>
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    <td>KN1 Extreme</td>
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    <td>ECS</td>
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    <td>SATA is not working. Disable onboard USB in BIOS if you do not have both a USB mouse and keyboard. If you leave it on and have a PS/2 keyboard plugged in with a USB mouse (as is my case), pressing a key on the keyboard will freeze the system.</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>NForce-3A</td>
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    <td>ECS</td>
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    <td>SATA is not working. Onboard NIC doesnt function (easy enough to fix with a PCI one).  Everything else took right off without any problems.  NO PS2 recognition of course</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>848P-A7 (1.0) w/Pentium 4 506J 2.66Ghz</td>
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    <td>ECS<br>Intel 848P (NB)/Intel ICH5(SB)</td>
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    <td>Used OS X86 8f1111 with wesley's patch (macosx_10.4.3_8f1111_for_dtk_userdvd.iso). Everything works perfectly. All I had to do is put the disc into the drive and press that power button. Using nVidia FX5200 128MB AGP graphics card, works, but no 3D acceleration, still a rather nice user experience. I will be trying out the ECS 915-A (1.1), which has the GMA 900 onboard video, which should provide full 3D graphics acceleration. In all, it's a highly recommended setup.***Make sure not to press the "Caps Lock" key while using, or else the keyboard will cease to work, and you will have to reboot your system, or you can correct it by disconnecting the keyboard from the I/O interface twice, and operation will continue***</td>
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    <td>Yes, using macosx_10.4.3_8f1111_for_dtk_userdvd.iso</td>
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    <td>NFORCE4-A754</td>
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    <td>ECS</td>
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    <td>Graphics by PCI-ex:good, PS/2:good, USB:good, IDE:good, Integrated sound:good</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>NFORCE4-A939</td>
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    <td>ECS</td>
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    <td>Graphics by PCI-ex:good, PS/2:spotty, USB:good, IDE:spotty, Integrated sound:good, Integrated Ethernet: No</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>5EGMI</td>
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    <td>Epox</td>
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    <td>Install from patched DVD works (patched 10.4.1 DVD hangs :). ALC 880 sound
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    not tested yet. CI+QE works. Realtek lan works. SATA works.</td>
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    <td>yes</td>
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    <td>Epox EP-P4MKI-P</td>
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    <td>Epox</td>
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    <td>Sound works, Ide Works, but Integrated Ethernet Does not</td>
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    <td>no</td>
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    <td>Foxconn 655A01-FX-6LRS</td>
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    <td>Foxconn </td>
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    <td>On-board Sound and Ethernet do not work.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>8IPE1000</td>
+
    <td>Gigabyte</td>
+
    <td>Tried with P4 3Ghz(prescot?). Doesn't start install with HT enabled. With HT disabled appears to install fine (though it took ages). Booting without HT takes too much time so aborted furter testing without HT. When installed without HT and booting with HT crashes horribly. Not further tested. This system worked fine previously with 10.4.1 (except for my Radeon AIW9800). UPDATE FROM ANOTHER USER - I have an GA-8IPE1000-G and it's working flawlessly with the 8F1111 version of 10.4.3. CPU is Pentium 4/400 Mhz FSB, overclocked to 2.4 Ghz/470 Mhz FSB. All onboard hardware is supported. My system is running with P-ATA drives and PNY manufactured Nvidia Geforce 6200. Using Apple's stock VESA driver. Will not play the PPC version of VLC player - DVD's hang the system. If the Nvidia 6200 is replaced with an OLD MX400 w/32 mb ram, DVD movies play fine in a "half size" window. Larger window sizes give slow video performance.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>K8NSNXP</td>
+
    <td>Gigabyte</td>
+
    <td>Installed to external USB 2.0 with no problem using the generic JAS patch.  Neither onboard NIC works, added a Netgear FA311.  Onboard audio works.  OSX sees optical drives (Pioneer DVD burner x 2 and an old CD/RW) on the nVidia ATA controller with no issue, but no RAID support from the nVidia SATA controller or the GigaRAID ATA controller.  I haven't tested it yet, but OSX does appear to recognize the Firewire controller.  Boots to external drive using boot.ini file and CHAIN0 file.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>K8NSC-939</td>
+
    <td>Gigabyte</td>
+
    <td>Installed to an IDE disk, works perfectly, recognizes both SATA and PATA hard disks, sound and USB works ok. The Marvel Yukon 10/100/1000 integrated LAN does not work, but a cheap Realtek card does the trick.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>8I915ME-GL</td>
+
    <td>Gigabyte</td>
+
    <td>Everything works fine from install except sound</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>8PE667Ultra</td>
+
    <td>Gigabyte</td>
+
    <td>Using 8f1111 and JaS 4.2 patch everything works</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>GA-KN8 Pro SLI</td>
+
    <td>Gigabyte</td>
+
    <td>Installs and works great but hangs when trying to reboot. No network. Can't find SATA drive. Microsoft keyboard won't work (might be PS2 port?) More testing needed.</td>
+
    <td>Used JaS Patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>IBM 266897G (IBM T43)</td>
+
    <td>IBM / Lenovo </td>
+
    <td>OSX internal release. Onboard audio + LAN doesn't work after install. I have to download and manually load AppleAC97AudioIntelICH.kext. After it the sound work flawlessly</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>845EBG</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Maxxuss 8F1099 patch v1.1a: Build-in sound(AC97) good;Intel Pro100 ethernet
+
    good; ATI 9000 good</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>D850EMV2</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Maxxuss 8F1099 patch v1.1a: Built-in Sound(AC97)</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D945 series</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Sigmatel 9220 on-board audio DOES work (but not Sigmatel 9223) . GMA950, SATA, networking works like
+
    a charm.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D945GTPLKR</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Releases 8F1111: Hardware accelerated video works, and i can set screen resolution with display preferences. SATA works. LAN works. USB works. Sound works though Speaker Out and Line In are reversed. I have no 1394 devices to test with. An interesting note, this board has a TPM 1.2 chip.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D945PSN</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Everything working perfectly, even Firewire!...<BR>(Note: On my onboard audio the line in and speaker jacks were reversed so I had to plug the speakers into the blue line in port to get it to work.) </td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D925XECV2</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Marvell Yukon not working... </td>
+
    <td>NoNX applied</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D915GUX</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Works if you just replace oah* files on the install DVD (Releases 8F1111
+
    &amp;amp; 8F1099)</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
    <td>D915GAGL</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Everything working flawlessly! CI, QE, Sound, Network... PS:Don't forget to set "video apperture" to 256mb in bios.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
    <td>D915PCY</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Only works if it you patch kexts in order to boot from DVD, if you are using
+
    8f1111 you don't need to patch kext, only oah* files are needed</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D915GAVL</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>only needs replaced oah* files to install native. </td>
+
    <td>yes, mic not work (workaround for 8f1099, none for 8f1111)</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D915GEV</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>OSX86 8f1111 with Maxxus patch. Native install. Everything works flawlessly</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
    <td>D845GVSR!!!</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Stereo Audio, Ethernet, Integrated Graphics worked out of the box.  NO QE or CI, though.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D865PERL</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Using 8f1099 and Maxxuss&amp;apos;s v1.1 patch everything works without doing anything
+
    special. FireWire, USB, Ethernet, Audio, and SATA (not RAID)</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>[http://www.intel.com/products/motherboard/d101ggc/index.htm D101Ggc]</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Using patched DVD runs without anything special. Onboard Ethernet and USB works. No audio, CI &amp;amp; QE yet.    Had to patch ATA driver. More info [http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=16544 here.]<!--UPDATE FROM ANOTHER USER - This D101GGC motherboard seems to run slow in Windows - AS WELL AS OSX86, 8F1111 version ! I have a 2.8 Ghz/533 FSB Pentium 4, 512 MB. Main problem seems to be slow disk access. Using AppleIntelPIIXATA.kext for disk controller. All onboard hardware seems to be supported by 8F1111 except sound. Please read my other posting regarding the Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000-G. Compared to the 8IPE1000-G this D101ggc runs very slow--></td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>865PE Neo2-PFS (Platinum Edition)</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>Using 8f1099 and Maxxuss&amp;apos;s v1.1a patch everything works without doing anything special. USB, Ethernet, PATA and SATA (not RAID). AC97 is not working on my pc now, but some people said it is working fine</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>875P Neo-FISR</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>PATA, SATA (No RAID), sound, Networking, USB works great, 1394 not tested
+
    yet</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>915GLM-V</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>Dual boot XP Pro and OSX86 8f1111 with JAS 4.2b patch.  As far as I can tell, everything works; video, USB2, onboard sound, LAN, IDE, PS2 mouse and keyboard.  Office 2004, iLife '06, Call for Duty (works, but slow)</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
    <td>915G Combo-FR (MS7058)</td>
+
 
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>Everything ok except SATA and integrated ethernet (detected, but not usable, network preferencies crash, ifconfig have no effect). Install is very slow (more than 1 hour)</td>
+
    <td>No. (TPM patch)</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>915GM-FR (MS-7033)</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>OSX86 8f1111 with Maxxus patch.  Native install.  Takes a long time to install, but everything works: SATA, LAN (G-bit Realtek), Audio (C-Media HD Audio), USB, GMA900.  Rosetta orks great too.  Installed MS Office X and Adobe CS2 which work fine, but Toast generates a error: "THis app will not run on Intel Processors". Linksys 802.11G wirelss PCI card doesn't work.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>945P Neo Platinum</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>8F1111 - IDE, SATA and USB work fine. Audio works with Azalia kext or HDA kext from 8F1099. Ethernet works but can´t make SSL connections.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>K8N Neo2 Platinum</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>OSX86 8f1111 with JAS patch.  Everything works without doing anything special. USB, Ethernet, PATA.    NO SATA OR RAID</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>K8NGM2-L (MS-7207)</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>"Mac OSX x86 10.4.3 build 8f1111 patched with Wesley's patch" IDE works. Installed on entire 20gb seagate drive, made partition with diskpart. No USB, audio, or LAN so far. Onboard video (GeForce6100) also not tested, using ATI Radeon X1300 512MB PCI-e.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>K8N SLI Platinum socket 939</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>OSX86 8f1111 with JAS patch. No onboard ethernet (nvidia) ( a extra rtl 8139 card works) No onboard sound (Sb Live 24), PS2 keyboard works when legacy usb is turned of in the BIOS</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>MS-6526 GL</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>OSX86 8f1111 with JAS patch. Onboard Ethernet Intel Works perfect. Onboard sound Perfect. PS2 Keyboard (Microsoft :)) and USB Mouse work perfect. Havent tested Onboard Display, Geforce 4 Ti 4600 works great though</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
</tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>PCChips M920</td>
+
    <td>PCChips</td>
+
    <td>Everything Works, but VIA integrated Ethernet</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>SD31P 945G XPC</td>
+
    <td>Shuttle</td>
+
    <td>System installs and boots like a charm. Onboard GMA950 takes advantage of QE and CI automatically too. However, onboard Broadcom chipset is not recognized (gigabit controller), nor is the Creative onboard SBLive controller recognized. Onboard firewire and memory card reader also detected.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>SB83 G5M XPC</td>
+
    <td>Shuttle</td>
+
    <td>System installs and boots perfectly with patched DVD in native mode. PS/2 or USB Keyboard &amp;amp; Mouse works. Onboard GMA900 works with CI+QE. Onboard sound works with AC97 patch. Onboard card reader works. Optional DVI adapter works. Onboard firewire and USB works.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>SL-K8TPRO-939</td>
+
    <td>Soltek</td>
+
    <td>PATA works, SATA not tested (worked in 10.4.1, should work with AppleVIAATA.kext), AC97 sound works with new AC97 kext (left channel only), USB works, Firewire shows up in system profiler, Onboard Gigabit Ethernet not working</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>775i65GV</td>
+
    <td>ASRock<br>Intel 865GV chipset</td>
+
    <td>OSX86 8f1111 with JAS patch. Everything works except QE and CI (will try some AppleIntel830.kext changes) </td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>939Dual-SATA2</td>
+
    <td>ASRock<br>ULi M1695/ ULi M1567</td>
+
    <td>OSX86 8f1111 with Wesley patch. Everything works except onboard Sound</td>
+
    <td>capaz</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
  <td>K8T800-8237(Epox 8HDA5I)</td>
+
  <td>EPoX<br>VIA K8T800 Chipset</td>
+
  <td>used osx86 8f1111-Wesley patched. Everything works normal except for the OnBoard Lan (VIA Rhine II) and the OnBoard Audio AC'97 (Realtek ALC655 - Left channel output only) </td>
+
  <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
  <td>Thunder i860 - S2603 (Socket 603 Xeon)</td>
+
  <td>Tyan<br>Intel 860 - MCH+ICH2+FWH Chipset</td>
+
  <td>Native Install 8f1111 JaS patched installer (4.2b) of Maxxuss patches. Everyting works IDE, LAN, Sound, USB, PS/2 except onboard-SCSI.</td>
+
  <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
 
+
</table>
+
 
+
==Processors==
+
<table width="90%" border="1">
+
  <tr>
+
    <th width="16%" scope="col">Hardware Name</th>
+
    <th width="17%" scope="col">Manufacturer</th>
+
    <th width="40%" scope="col">Notes</th>
+
    <th width="27%" scope="col">Fully working without patching</th>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3000+ Mobile</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 754 Processor has NX Support and SSE2 loads with no problems helps having 1mbL2 cache</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon 64 3500+ <br>Venice</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Family[F] Model[F] Revision [DH-E6] SSE3, XD, PAE, 0 problems.</td>
+
    <td>No - AMD</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon 64 3000+ <br>New Castle</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 754 Family[F] Model[C] Revision [DH7-CG] SSE2, no problems</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Opteron 146</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 version.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Opteron 148</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 [SSE3, 1MB L2 Cache]</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3000+ Clawhammer</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 754 Processor, no NX Support, SSE2, PAE; native install on K8V SE Deluxe worked beautifully.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>Athlon64 3200+ Venice</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 with SSE2, SSE3, NX and PAE</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3400+ Clawhammer</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 754 Processor, no NX Support, SSE2, PAE; Works good on ASUS K8V SE Deluxe. </td>
+
    <td>Worked with JAS prepatched iso</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3500+ Newcastle</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor, NX Support, SSE2, PAE.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3500+ Venice</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor, NX Support, SSE2, SSE3, PAE.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3700+ Venice</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor, NX Support, SSE2, SSE3, PAE.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3700+ San Diego</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor, NX Support, SSE2, SSE3, PAE.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 4000+ San Diego</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor, NX Support, SSE2, SSE3, PAE.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 X2 3800+</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor. SSE3 + NX + PAE features but CPUID panic problem with ASUS A8S-X and ASUS A8N-5X MotherBoards. Fixed with Maxxus CPUID patch. EDIT: users report of stuttering problem, see forum for info. Stuttering can be solved by reducing the multiplier and increasing the FSB in BIOS + adding cpuidle=0 in boot.pslist  more read here: http://forum.insanelymac.com/index.php?s=&showtopic=7405&view=findpost&p=199818</td>
+
    <td>Not working with original unpatched mach_kernel</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 X2 4400+</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor, NX Support, SSE3</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3000 Venice</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor has NX Support and SSE3.Works fine with VMWARE install, with Maxxuss 1.1a patch</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3200+ Winchester</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor has NX Support. Works fine with VMWARE install, with Maxxuss 1.1a patch. Works fine with Native install, with Maxxuss patch. Works fine with Maxxuss 4.2b kernel as well.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Athlon Turion 64 Mobile ML-30 1.6 GHz</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Has SSE3 + NX + PAE features, inside Maxdata laptop (SiS740 chipset)</td>
+
    <td>Installs fine with JaS ppf.</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon Turion 64 Mobile MT-32 1.8 GHz</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>SSE3, NX, PAE</td>
+
    <td>Works fine with JaS ppf. Didn't test with anything else.</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Opteron 250 Series CPU (CG stepping)</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Running in DUAL socket 940 configuration.  CG has SSE2, NX, PAE.  OS sees both processors. SSE3 variants are E4 stepping and include 252 series and all dual core chips. Can't wait to test with a pair of dual core Opterons :)</td>
+
    <td>Requires SSE2 patch with older stepping CPU (CG)</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>SEMPRON 3000+ Mobile SONORA</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 754 Processor has NX Support and SSE2 loads with no problems </td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>SEMPRON 2800+, Palermo SSE,SSE2,SSE3 X86-64 Core Stepping: E6</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 754 Processor has NX Support and SSE3 loads with no problems</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>SEMPRON 3000+, Palermo SSE,SSE2,SSE3 X86-64 Core Stepping: E6</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 754 Processor has NX Support and SSE3 loads with no problems (I second this)</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Athlon64 3200+ Venice</td>
+
    <td>AMD</td>
+
    <td>Socket 939 Processor, NX Support, SSE2, SSE3, PAE.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Celeron D 336 </td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>CPUID patch needed for 945 series motherboard.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Celeron D 330j </td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
    <tr>
+
    <td>Celeron D 331</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>LGA775, Prescott, SSE3 + NX + EM64T, using match_kernel.orig</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Celeron M 1.5GHz (Banias)</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX/Broken PAE</td>
+
    <td>Works fine with Maxxuss' 1.1 ISO patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr><td>Celeron M 1.3 Ghz</td><td>Intel</td><td>None</td><td>mach_kernel.test from [http://www.win2osx.net/forum/showthread.php?t=1690&amp;page=10 here]</td></tr>
+
    <tr>
+
    <td>Celeron D 310</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>None</td>
+
    <td>Works well with Jas 4.2b patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 2.8C Prescott</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Socket 478, Prescott, SSE2 Only, HT, no XD.</td>
+
    <td>Require SSE2 patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 3.2E Prescott</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Socket 478, Prescott, SSE3.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 478</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX, but works with patch</td>
+
    <td>Works with Maxxuss' 1.0 ISO patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
 
+
    <td>Pentium 4 505</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX, but works with patch</td>
+
    <td>Works fine with Maxxuss' 1.1 ISO patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 506</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>LGA775, Prescott, SSE3 + NX + EM64T,Works fine </td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
  <td>Pentium 4 520 </td>
+
  <td>Intel</td>
+
  <td></td>
+
  <td>Not sure, used patch Jas 4.2b </td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 Willaimette at 1.40 GHz</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX, No SSE3 but works flawlessly with patch</td>
+
    <td>Works fine with 10.4.3 with Jas 4.2b Patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 530</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>None</td>
+
    <td>mach_kernel.test from [http://www.win2osx.net/forum/showthread.php?t=1690&amp;page=10 here]</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 550 (3.4GHz 1Mb cache)</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX, works with Maxxus's SSE2/NoNX test patch (tested on 8F1111)</td>
+
    <td>[http://www9.rapidupload.com/d.php?file=dl&amp;filepath=2675 8F1111 SSE2/NoNX kernel]</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 630 / 630j</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>No patches required</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 640 </td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium 4 650 </td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pentium D 820</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>recognized as two processors - check under activity monitor. it sees 2 cpu's/cores</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pentium D 920</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Recognized as two processors</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pentium D 930 3.0 Ghz</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Recognized as two processors. Works great.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pentium M 7xxJ series 533 Mhz FSB</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>All 533FSB Dothans boot successfully, supporting NX and PAE but do not support SSE3</td>
+
    <td>No, needs SSE3>SSE2 kernel patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pentium M (1.7GHz 400FSB - Banias)</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX/Broken PAE (Only works with native install, PAE is still broken under VMware 5.5)</td>
+
    <td>Works fine with Maxxuss' 1.1 ISO patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pentium M 725 (1.6GHz 400FSB - Dothan)</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX/Broken PAE</td>
+
    <td>Works fine with Maxxuss' 1.1 ISO patch</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pentium M 710 (1.4GHz 400FSB - Dothan)</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX/Broken PAE</td>
+
    <td>can't activate PAE in windows even with /PAE, nor linux 4gb support shows PAE as a cpu flag. Under vmware I get PAE error, and I can't boot natively because it hangs or just reboots. Same problem with darwin 7.2.1 iso natively booting. Amilo M1420 laptop</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pentium M 713 (1.1GHz 400FSB - Banias)</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>No NX/Broken PAE</td>
+
    <td>Works fine with JaS ppf/Maxxuss kernel 4.2b. Didn't test with anything else.</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Xeon Nocona 3.4 GHZ</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Installed on VMware with paevm = "true" key in VMX File</td>
+
    <td>Latest 1.1 Patch was used</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Xeon Willaimette 1.7 GHZ</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Installed through VMware with Enabled PAE on Windows [Addition of /PAE on Boot.ini]</td>
+
    <td>Maxxuss ISO Patcher 0.1v and Add-on Patch Used</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Xeon 1.7 GHZ<br>(Socket 603)</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Native Install</td>
+
    <td>Maxxuss patches</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
    <tr>
+
    <td>Celeron D 331</td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>LGA775, Prescott, SSE3 + NX + EM64T, no problems</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pentium M 760J (2.0GHz 800 FSB - Dothan)  </td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Socket 478 Processor</td>
+
    <td>Maybe :) I don't know, how can I test the NX, PAE...etc support</td>
+
  </tr>
+
</table>
+
<br>
+
 
+
==Graphics Adapters==
+
 
+
Please specify if your card is AGP, PCI or PCI-E, thanks.<br />
+
Also, please try to differentiate chip and board manufacturer (i.e. "ATI / Sapphire" or "NVidia / Gainward").
+
<table width="90%" border="1">
+
    <tr>
+
        <th width="16%" scope="col">Hardware Name</th>
+
        <th width="17%" scope="col">Manufacturer</th>
+
        <th width="40%" scope="col">Notes</th>
+
        <th width="27%" scope="col">Fully working without patching</th>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Mobility Radeon M6-C</td>
+
        <td>ABit (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI not supported. Possible to force higher resolutions.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X300 SE (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>ABit (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI supported. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Force by using "Graphics Mode"="XxYxD" option. Some graphics artifacts. No display-type (brand) detected yet (8F1111)</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X300 SE-X (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>ASUS (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI supported. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Force by using "Graphics Mode"="XxYxD" option. Both work on 8f1099 and 8f1111. Installed in VMware and reboot in native. Native install not working.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X300 SE (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Sapphire (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI NOT supported. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Cannot force anything higher. No graphics artifacts. No display-type (brand) detected.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X300 SE (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Sapphire</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI supported. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Haven't been able to force any higher. Some graphic artifacts with mouse when scrolling. No display-type (brand) detected.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X550</td>
+
        <td>Sapphire</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI supported, eventually error paints appears when drag windows</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Mobility Radeon X600 ID3150 (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Asus (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI supported after patch. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Force by using "Graphics Mode"="XxYxD" option. Some graphics artifacts.</td>
+
        <td>Need Patch: http://www.load.to/?d=Ji8ppJBezM</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon All In Wonder X600 (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>ATi</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI supported after patch. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Force by using "Graphics Mode"="XxYxD" option. Some graphics artifacts, particularly when scrolling, area under cursor gets a bit garbled. Video in not working (surprised?)</td>
+
        <td>Using JaS patch</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X600 XT (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Asus (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI supported. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Force by using "Graphics Mode"="XxYxD" option. Some graphics artifacts.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X700 Pro 0x5653 (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>ATI (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>Only 1024x768 resolution in system prefs, fast and works great, plays most video without lag (Hardware Acceleration/QE and CI '''not''' supported) Bootoptions 1240x1024x32 may work as Sapphire card does</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X700pro 0x5e4b (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Sapphire</td>
+
        <td>Only 1024x768 resolution in Prefs, fast and works great >< CI &amp; QE not working for me No Kext Loaded. Bootoptions 1240x1024x32 runs fast too on Desktop. (All Tested *.kext with 0x5e4b prints Kernelpanic)</td>
+
        <td>no</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon x800 (AGP)</td>
+
        <td>Unika (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both not working, resolution can not be chosen from System Preferences</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X800 Pro (AGP)</td>
+
        <td>Gigabyte (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X800 Pro (AGP)</td>
+
        <td>ASUS (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Problem: screen keeps blacking out when moving cursor, or any window. DVI connection.</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X800 SE (AGP)</td>
+
        <td>MSI (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Over resolution can be made by using "Graphics Mode"="1280x1024x32" option.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X800 GTO (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Powercolor (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>No support for QE or CI with 10.4.3 ATI drivers. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Resolution can be changed by using "Graphics Mode"="1280x1024x32" option.</td>
+
        <td>NO</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X800 (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Sapphire (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>Supports QE and CI after patching ATIRadeon9700.kext (PnP ID = 0x554f). 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Resolution can be changed by using "Graphics Mode"="1280x1024x32" option. Minor mouse glitches from time to time.</td>
+
        <td>NO</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>All-in-Wonder X800 XT 256mb (AGP)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Capture device does not work.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X850 XT(AGP)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE/CI Enabled. System Profiler only shows 128MB on the card. Works Great! http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=7579</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X850 PRO(AGP)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE/CI Enabled. 4B4B , 4B6B. Had to manually add device ids. Change resolution by editing boot.plist.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X850 XT (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Asus (ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI not working, see's 256 mb v-ram and you can change resolution by editing com.boot.plist.</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon x1300 256mb PCI-E</td>
+
        <td>ATI/Sapphire</td>
+
        <td>It works great.You only need to modify the "com.apple.boot.plist" to set the right resolution.</td>
+
        <td>yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X1600 Pro (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE/CI Not Supported. Running at 1280x1024x32 in Boot.plist. Still can't change resolution in preferences. EDIT: have you tried the 10.4.4 drivers?</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X1600 Pro/XT (PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>Sapphire</td>
+
        <td>QE/CI Supported. Running at 1280x1024x32 in Boot.plist. Still can't change resolution in preferences. 10.4.4 drivers (kext + fireworks) installs successfully. OpenGL supported. Still some artifacts under cursors.</td>
+
        <td>No (10.4.4 components required)</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon X1800 XT(PCI-E)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE/CI Not Supported. System Profiler only shows 256MB on the card. Only Runs at [email protected] kernel panics if u edit the boot plist to force a resolution EDIT: have you tried the 10.4.4 drivers?</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ATI All-in-Wonder Radeon 7500</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI are not supported on this card. It is in VESA 2.0. Max res: 1024x768x32 on Screen Preferences.There's no need of moving or removing all ATI* extensions from /System/Library/Extensions.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon Mobility 9000 64Mo (M9)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI don't work</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon Mobility 9000 32Mo (M9)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI don't work</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Mobility FireGL 9000</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI don't work. Resolution 1400x1050 after patch (editing com.boot.plist). 800x600 without patch.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ATI Radeon 9000 Pro 128MB</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI aren't working. Max res 1024x768x32bpp.</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ATI Radeon 9200</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI are not supported on this card. It is in VESA 2.0. Max res: 1280x1024x32</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Sapphire Radeon 9200 PCI 128mb</td>
+
        <td>Sapphire (Fueled by ATI)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI are not supported on this card. It is in VESA 2.0. Max res: 1280x1024x32, also seen animation on first boot, using ATIRadeon8500.kext. Surprising, in System Preferences the kext is loaded. Device ID is 0x59611002</td>
+
        <td>YES</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ATI Radeon 9250</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI are not supported on this card. It is in VESA 2.0. Max res: 1280x1024x32. Bios on card can be flashed to support 85hz refresh rate at 1280x1024. Moving or removing all ATI* extensions from /System/Library/Extensions will enable flash and quicktime support in websites. This prevents the un-working Radeon8500 kext from loading.</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ASUS Radeon 9500 (128mb AGP)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>Worked with a modification of the 9700.kext.  Slight mouse tearing, but QE/CI fully supported</td>
+
        <td>no (required kext modification)</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ASUS Radeon 9550 (256mb)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI fully supported. Slight tearing under mouse cursor as reported by other 9700 driver users. http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=5053</td>
+
        <td>yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ATI Radeon 9600XT 128MB + 256MB</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work, no Reschange, but doing 85Hz by rewriting the ATI-BIOS. Some artifacts (mouse-cursor)</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ATI Radeon 9600 Pro 256MB</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work (1024x768x32) on 10.4.3 BF1099 installed via patched DVD.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ATI Radeon 9600 Pro 128MB</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work, edited com.apple.boot.plist for 1280x1024 res., graphical artifacting when using the scroll wheel on the mouse</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon Mobility 9600 64Mb (M10)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI supported. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Force by using "Graphics Mode"="XxYxD" option (The resolution - "1400x1050x32" allowed in graphics mode by editing com.boot.plist). Some graphics artifacts when using the scroll wheel on the mouse.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon 9700 Pro</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon 9800 Pro</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Working very well on my computer. For my Hercules card (the one with the blue LED fan) had to add the id to Info.plist (0x10024E49). QE &amp; CI are fine after that.  Also, there's some artifacts under the cursor, but nothing intolerable.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon 9800 AIW Pro</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>Quartz Extreme and Core Image are supported right after install. You need to modify com.apple.Boot.plist to change the resolution to something other than 1024x768.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon 9800 XT</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>Quartz Extreme and Core Image works right after install. Only 1024x768 is selectable, but after modifying com.apple.Boot.plist booting to 1280x1024 is possible.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon Mobility 9700 Pro (M11) 128MB</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work fine. 1024x768 only in system prefs, at least 1400x1050 allowed by editing com.apple.Boot.plist. Occasional mouse artifacts and significant artifacts when scrolling, but, inexplicably, sometimes scrolling works fine.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon Mobility 9800 Pro (M18)</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box. 1024x768 resolution only in system prefs. Only up to 1600x1200 allowed in graphics mode plist entry.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ATI Mobility FireGL T2 128MB</td>
+
        <td>ATI</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work, edited com.apple.boot.plist for 1400x1050 res., graphical artifacting when using the scroll wheel on the mouse</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Intel GMA 855</td>
+
        <td>Intel</td>
+
        <td>Basic VESA video support, can change resolution but no CI or QE. (Has anyone acheived 1280x768?)</td>
+
        <td>No (no CI, no QE)</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Intel GMA 865</td>
+
        <td>Intel</td>
+
        <td>Basic Vesa video support, can change resolution but no CI or QE.</td>
+
        <td>No (no CI, no QE)</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Intel GMA 900</td>
+
        <td>Intel</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box for desktop computers. Laptop users having display troubles may check [http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=889&amp;st=240#entry31825 this tutorial] to get 1280x800 support, and report results.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Intel GMA 950</td>
+
        <td>Intel</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both work out of the box. 1280x1024 resolution also detected and can be chosen from System Preferences.</td>
+
        <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Geforce 6200 Ultra PCI-E</td>
+
        <td>NVIDIA</td>
+
        <td>Not supported Only works with max resolution: VESA 3.0 1024x768x32 , working in 10.4.3, no OpenGL).</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Geforce 6800 Ultra</td>
+
        <td>NVIDIA</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both not working. 1280x1024x32 working with modification to apple.com.Boot.plist. Macvidia Driver also not working in 10.4.3, but everything works wery fast (except OpenGL).</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>GeForce FX 5700 128MB</td>
+
        <td>Asus (NVIDIA)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both not working. Basic VESA 3 support.</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>GEFORCE4 TI4200 64MB</td>
+
        <td>ASUS (NVIDIA)</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both not working. Only 1024x768x32 or less are avalible through editing apple.com.Boot.plist. 1280x1024 will result in mono color</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>GEFORCE4 MX440SE</td>
+
        <td>NVIDIA</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both not working. 1280x1024x32 working with modification to apple.com.Boot.plist. Macvidia Driver also not working in 10.4.3!</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>IGP UniChrome</td>
+
        <td>VIA / S3</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI both not working. Basic VESA 3 support.</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Fujitsu-Siemens Quadro4 XGL 780 128MB AGP 4X</td>
+
        <td>Fujitsu-Siemens/nVidia</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI not working. Basic VESA 3 support. Max resolution:1024x768x32, Video memory detected 128m</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>XFX GeForce4 Ti 4200 128m AGP 4X</td>
+
        <td>XFX/nVidia</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI not working. Basic VESA 3 support. Max resolution:1024x768x32, Video memory detected 128m</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>WinFast GeForce FX 5900 TD 128MB AGP 8X</td>
+
        <td>LeadTek/nVidia</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI not working. Basic VESA 3 support. Max resolution:1024x768x32, Video memory detected 128m</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>ASUS GeForce 6800 256mb PCI-E</td>
+
        <td>ASUS/nVidia</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI not working. Basic VESA 3 support. Max resolution:1024x768x32, Video memory detected 256mb</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>GeForce 6800 GTO 256MB PCI-E</td>
+
        <td>nVidia (OEM)</td>
+
        <td>Max resolution: VESA 3.0 1280*1024*32 @ 60Hz. No Quartz Extreme or Core Image but very fast. Detects all 256mb of card memory. Note the original card was 12 pipelines, softmodded to 16 and it still works in OS X.</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>GeForce 7800GTX/GT 256MB PCI-E</td>
+
        <td>nVidia (OEM)</td>
+
        <td>VESA 3.0 locked @ 60Hz. No Quartz Extreme or Core Image.</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>MSI GeForce 6600GT 128mb PCI-E</td>
+
        <td>MSI/nVidia</td>
+
        <td>QE and CI not working. Basic VESA 3 support. Tested Resolution:1024x768x32 and 1280x1024x32, Video memory detected 128mb</td>
+
        <td>No</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Radeon 8500 64mb AGP</td>
+
        <td>ATI (BBA)</td>
+
        <td>Max resolution: VESA 2.0 1024*[email protected](70 on some screens), works, but non accelerated</td>
+
        <td>yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Albatron GeForce 6600 128Mb PCI-E</td>
+
        <td>Albatron/nVidia</td>
+
        <td>Max resolution: VESA 3.0 1280*[email protected](70 on some screens), works, but non accelerated</td>
+
        <td>yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Number 9 Revolution 4 32mb PCI</td>
+
        <td>Number 9</td>
+
        <td>Max resolution: VESA 2.0 1600*1024*32, works, but non accelerated. (This card is used to drive the Silicon Graphics 1600sw screen)</td>
+
        <td>yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Gigabyte 6600GT 128mb PCI-E</td>
+
        <td>Gigabyte/Nvidia</td>
+
        <td>Max resolution: VESA 3.0 1280*1024*[email protected], works, but non accelerated. Non accelerated and no QE support.</td>
+
        <td>yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
    <tr>
+
        <td>Matrox G450 eTV 32Mb</td>
+
        <td>Matrox G450</td>
+
        <td>Max resolution: VESA 3.0 1024*768*[email protected], works, but non accelerated. Non accelerated and no QE support.</td>
+
        <td>no</td>
+
    </tr>
+
</table>
+
<br>
+
 
+
==Optical Drives==
+
<table width="90%" border="1">
+
  <tr>
+
    <th width="16%" scope="col">Hardware Name</th>
+
    <th width="16%" scope="col">Type</th>
+
    <th width="17%" scope="col">Manufacturer</th>
+
    <th width="40%" scope="col">Notes</th>
+
    <th width="27%" scope="col">Fully working without patching</th>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Lite-ON SOHW-1693S14C</td>
+
    <td>DVD+/-R DL</td>
+
    <td>Lite-ON</td>
+
    <td>Works flawlessly, makes great burns using both Disk Utility &amp; NTI Dragon Burn. Highly recommened!!!</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Lite-ON D1693</td>
+
    <td>DVD-ROM</td>
+
    <td>Lite-ON</td>
+
    <td>You have to use PatchBurn to get support in iLife</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Lite-ON SOHW-1673S06C</td>
+
    <td>DVD-RW</td>
+
    <td>Lite-ON</td>
+
    <td>You have to use PatchBurn to get support in iLife</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Lite-ON SOHW-1633S</td>
+
    <td>DVD-ROM</td>
+
    <td>Lite-ON</td>
+
    <td>Only tested redaing CDs but they work fine.</td>
+
    <td>maybe</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Matsushita  SR-8585</td>
+
    <td>DVD-ROM</td>
+
    <td>Matsushita</td>
+
    <td>read-only ATA</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Matsushita UJ-DA760 (IBM ThinkPad R50e)</td>
+
    <td>CD-RW/DVD-ROM</td>
+
    <td>Matsushita</td>
+
    <td>Everything works flawlessly; Reads CD's and DVD's, burned a few CD's in iTunes with no issue</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>MATSHITA UJ-831D</td>
+
    <td>DVD+-RW DL</td>
+
    <td>Matsushita</td>
+
    <td>Full Func on every Disc</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>NEC</td>
+
    <td>DVD-+RW</td>
+
    <td>NEC</td>
+
    <td>Everything works.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>TEAC DV-W516GA</td>
+
    <td>DVD-+RW</td>
+
    <td>TEAC</td>
+
    <td>Works Perfect</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>TS-H552D/SH-W162D</td>
+
    <td>DVD+/-RW</td>
+
    <td>TSSTcorp/Samsung</td>
+
    <td>Reads CDs and DVDs fine. Burns CDs fine. DVD burning not yet tested. iLife not tested.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Panasonic LF-D310</td>
+
    <td>DVD-R/DVD-RAM</td>
+
    <td>Panasonic/Matsushita</td>
+
    <td>Reads CD's and DVD's.  Haven't tried to burn yet</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pioneer DVD-120</td>
+
    <td>DVD-ROM</td>
+
    <td>Pioneer</td>
+
    <td>Works Perfect</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pioneer DVR-A06</td>
+
    <td>DVD-RW</td>
+
    <td>Pioneer</td>
+
    <td>Works Perfect</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pioneer DVR-A08</td>
+
    <td>DVD-RW</td>
+
    <td>Pioneer</td>
+
    <td>Works great.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pioneer DVR-105</td>
+
    <td>DVD-RW</td>
+
    <td>Pioneer</td>
+
    <td>Works great.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pioneer DVR-108</td>
+
    <td>DVD-RW</td>
+
    <td>Pioneer</td>
+
    <td>Works great.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pioneer DVR-109</td>
+
    <td>DVD-RW</td>
+
    <td>Pioneer</td>
+
    <td>ASP now shows Apple Shipped/Supported</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Pioneer DVR-106S 0122</td>
+
    <td>DVD-ROM</td>
+
    <td>Pioneer</td>
+
    <td>Works Great. Native Install for disk with all JaS and Maxxuss patches.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Pioneer DVR-110D</td>
+
    <td>DVD-RW DL</td>
+
    <td>Pioneer</td>
+
    <td>Works Perfectly</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Plextor PX-130A</td>
+
    <td>DVD-ROM</td>
+
    <td>Plextor</td>
+
    <td>Works great.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Plextor PX-740A</td>
+
    <td>DVD+-RW DL</td>
+
    <td>Plextor</td>
+
    <td>Works great.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Plextor PX-716SA</td>
+
    <td>DVD+-RW DL</td>
+
    <td>Plextor</td>
+
    <td>SATA, works perfect, just like superdrive, Dual Layer not tested</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>LG SuperMulti Dual-Layer DVD+-R/RW</td>
+
    <td>DVD/CD Burner (Dual Layer)</td>
+
    <td>LG</td>
+
    <td>Works great.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>LG SuperMulti Dual-Layer DVD+-R/RW 4163B</td>
+
    <td>DVD/CD Burner (Dual Layer)</td>
+
    <td>LG</td>
+
    <td>Works great.(Tested in Roxio's Toast 6 Platinum)</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>LG SuperMulti Dual-Layer DVD+-R/RW 4166B</td>
+
    <td>DVD/CD Burner (Dual Layer)</td>
+
    <td>LG</td>
+
    <td>Works great. Lightscribe &amp; DVD-Ram not tested yet! Tested in DVD Studio Pro 4</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Samsung DVD-Rom SD-616E</td>
+
    <td>DVD-Rom</td>
+
    <td>Samsung</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Samsung DVD R/RW SH-W08A</td>
+
    <td>DVD +/-RW</td>
+
    <td>Samsung</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Slimtype DVDRW SOSW-852S</td>
+
    <td>DVD +/-RW</td>
+
    <td>Lite-ON</td>
+
    <td>Acer OEM</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Sony DVD RW DW-U18A</td>
+
    <td>DVD +/-RW</td>
+
    <td>Sony</td>
+
    <td>Reads CDs/DVDs without patching, but needs PatchBurn to burn CDs/DVDs.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>Sony DVD RW DW-Q28A</td>
+
<td>DVD +/- RW</td>
+
<td>Sony</td>
+
<td>Excellent</td>
+
<td>yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>Sony DVD RW DW-Q30A</td>
+
<td>DVD +/- RW</td>
+
<td>Lite-ON</td>
+
<td>Excellent</td>
+
<td>yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>Sony DRU-800A</td>
+
<td>DVD ±R/W ±R DL</td>
+
<td>Sony</td>
+
<td>Burning works with iTunes &amp; DiscBlaze 6. Untested with iLife</td>
+
<td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>Lite-On SOHW-1693s</td>
+
<td>DVD+R DL RW</td>
+
<td>Lite-ON</td>
+
<td>;Excellent</td>
+
<td>yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>Benq DW1640</td>
+
<td>DVD +/- R DL RW</td>
+
<td>Benq</td>
+
<td>Excellent</td>
+
<td>yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>QSI DVDRW SDW-042</td>
+
    <td>DVD +/-RW</td>
+
    <td>QSI</td>
+
    <td>Everything works.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>Mad Dog MD-16XDVD9-8X</td>
+
<td>DVD±RW DL</td>
+
<td>Mad Dog Multimedia</td>
+
<td>Burn support in Finder, iTunes, Disk Utility, etc without Patching including DL.  iMovie '06 requires PatchBurn but everything seems to work once patched.</td>
+
<td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>LaCie d2</td>
+
<td>DVD±RW DL</td>
+
<td>LaCie</td>
+
<td>burned a CD in iTunes, and burned a DVD+ using Popcorn, worked perfectly</td>
+
<td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>BenQ DW1610</td>
+
<td>DVD±RW</td>
+
<td>BenQ</td>
+
<td>Excellent - wrote a DVD</td>
+
<td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
<td>Toshiba SD-R5372 (TU55biosupdate)</td>
+
<td>DVD±RW DL RW</td>
+
<td>Samsung</td>
+
<td>Excellent</td>
+
<td>yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
</table>
+
<br>
+
 
+
==Sound Cards==
+
<table width="90%" border="1">
+
  <tr>
+
    <th width="16%" scope="col">Hardware Name </th>
+
    <th width="17%" scope="col">Manufacturer</th>
+
    <th width="40%" scope="col">Notes</th>
+
    <th width="27%" scope="col">Fully working without patching</th>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>AD1980 on VIA 8237</td>
+
    <td>ADI</td>
+
    <td>Needed to edit a plist to get this working - check the boards. Plays without skipping, but sounds too high-pitched?  (Is it just the chip that does this? Haven't listened to it on other OSes.)</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>C-Media 8738</td>
+
    <td>CMI</td>
+
    <td>Have to install driver from win2osx forums.. Works great!<br />Mines skips like crazy!!! P4 Nor SSE2 PAE<br />Only skips if running 8f1111 with test patches 8f1099 and 8f1111a releasev2 works great <br /> <b>For 10.4.3 you will need a recompiled driver. In 10.4.3, the Mic. and Line in is not working </b> and thank a dogbert.</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>AudioPCI</td>
+
    <td>Creative</td>
+
    <td>Board ID: CT4810, Works natively using Maxxuss Driver available from his website. 8f1099 untested.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>FA-101 (Firewire)</td>
+
    <td>EDIROL</td>
+
    <td>Works perfect with the default sound drivers, 10 x IN, 10 x OUT, MIDI - the works!</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>ES1370 PCI</td>
+
    <td>Ensoniq</td>
+
    <td>Line Out, Line In, and Mic all work (See Maxxuss's website)! Might be misleading (since it only speaks about VMWare), but know that it also works natively.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Hercules Muse pocket USB 5.1</td>
+
    <td>Hercules</td>
+
    <td>Works great!</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Siberia</td>
+
    <td>Icemat</td>
+
    <td>Very small and tiny soundcard. Works great on default drivers, recognized after plugging in.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>LVA-8712 USB Headset</td>
+
    <td>Labtec</td>
+
    <td>Works perfectly out of the box. Earphones, microphone, and controls work perfectly.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Logitech USB headset</td>
+
    <td>Logitech</td>
+
    <td>Both recording and phones work.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>M-Audio Firewire</td>
+
    <td>M-Audio</td>
+
    <td>Works with beta drivers for 10.4.4 available @ [http://www.m-audio.com/index.php?do=support.drivers&amp;f=647&amp;dl=yes M-Audio support page]</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>nForce3 250 AC97</td>
+
    <td>nVidia</td>
+
    <td>Works out-of-the-box with Jas' PPF patch</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>nForce4 Ultra AC97</td>
+
    <td>nVidia</td>
+
    <td>Works out-of-the-box with Jas' PPF patch</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>ALC880</td>
+
    <td>Realtek</td>
+
    <td>HD Line Out (24-bit 2 channel) works with plist tweaking, driver tends to be very flaky under 8F1099 after cold reboot but somewhat better under 8F1111. Line In (24-bit 2 channel) can also be made to work on many mobos with some further tweaking.  (http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=5064)</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>C-Major AC97</td>
+
    <td>Sigmatel</td>
+
    <td>Works like a charm right out of the box</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>HDA sigmatel 9220 codec audio on i945G/ich7 chipset</td>
+
    <td>Sigmatel</td>
+
    <td>Works great! remember to plug your speakers into the blue input</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Integrated 2 Channel USB Audio Controller</td>
+
    <td>Sinovoice</td>
+
    <td>Works great!</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Soundblaster PCI 128</td>
+
    <td>Soundblaster</td>
+
    <td>Works perfect.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>SoundMax Integrated</td>
+
    <td>SoundMax</td>
+
    <td>Needs the AppleAC97Audio.kext compiled for 10.4.3</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Audio Advantage micro</td>
+
    <td>Turtle Beach</td>
+
    <td>Small USB sound card only with sound output. No driver is needed. Works great. A second look: Works out-of-the-box, but my sound is shifted to the left, easily fixed in the sound prefs.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Integrated VIA 8233</td>
+
    <td>VIA</td>
+
    <td>Works with the AppleAC97Audio.kext only the Left Channel....</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>G2.1u guitar DSP</td>
+
    <td>ZOOM tech.</td>
+
    <td>Working flawlessly without any required drivers and without latency.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Terratec Aureon 5.1 USB MK II</td>
+
    <td>Terratec</td>
+
    <td>Works great, no drivers needed</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Audiotrak Maya EX 5.1 USB</td>
+
    <td>Audiotrak</td>
+
    <td>Works great, no drivers needed</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Digifire 7.1</td>
+
    <td>Hercules</td>
+
    <td>Doesn't work. FireWire ports are Working !</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>ALC655 (AC97)</td>
+
    <td>Realtek</td>
+
    <td>Left Channel Only [kash cannot make his work]</td>
+
    <td>[No]</td>
+
</tr>
+
</table>
+
<br>
+
 
+
==Networking Cards==
+
<table width="90%" border="1">
+
  <tr>
+
    <th width="16%" scope="col">Hardware Name </th>
+
    <th scope="col">Wireless/Ethernet/Dialup</th>
+
    <th width="17%" scope="col">Manufacturer</th>
+
    <th width="40%" scope="col">Notes</th>
+
    <th width="27%" scope="col">Fully working without patching</th>
+
</tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>RTL8139 NIC</td>
+
    <td>Ethernet</td>
+
    <td>CNet Technology</td>
+
    <td>RealTek  PCI 10/100 NIC. Works from the start with patched 10.4.3 DVD.</td>
+
    <td>maybe</td>
+
</tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>3C905B-TX</td>
+
    <td>Ethernet</td>
+
    <td>3Com</td>
+
    <td>Appears limited to 10mbps</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>WL-167G USB Adapter (RT2571 chipset)</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Asus</td>
+
    <td>For 8f1111 you may download this  [http://www.ralink.com.tw/drivers/Mac/STA_2500USB%20D-1.1.2.0%20OS-10.4.X%202005_11_29.dmg driver] from the Ralink site. The USB-Stick needs to be reconnected after every boot/reboot to get recognized/loaded. NB: Others have found Ralink drivers to be unstable under 10.4.3.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Wireless G USB Network Adapter Part&amp;# F5D7050</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Belkin</td>
+
    <td>Needs OS X driver for 11g-RT2500 from the [http://www.ralinktech.com/supp-1.htm Ralink Site]. This driver needs to run an app each restart, and there have been problems with the driver refusing to recognize the presence of the adapter, or fail to auto-connect to a profile site. Stability is very poor. <b>Note:</b> This only describes revision 3 (version 3000) of the adapter.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Wireless G USB Network Adapter Part # F5D7050, Hardware Revision 5 (version 5000)</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Belkin</td>
+
    <td>Stable and works perfectly with 10.4.5 extension in 10.4.3 (8F1111g, Jas 4.2b), <code>IO80211Family.kext</code>. Google and download the <i>Intel 10.4.5 update</i> from Apple.com, extract extensions (UltraISO, Pacifier, etc.) and use. No need to copy anything else.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Buffalo PCMCIA Wireless Adapter WLI-CB-G54S-US</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Broadcom</td>
+
    <td>In 10.4.3 (8F1111g), Follow these [http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=6971# directions] to apply the IO80211Family.kext from 10.4.4, but before moving the file over, add the string 'pci14e4,4320' to the key IONameMatch in IO80211Family.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleAirPortBrcm4311.kext/Contents/Info.plist. Caution: Only copy IO80211Family.kext to your System/Library/Extensions folder, you can leave everything else as is.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Dell TrueMobile 1400 (BCM4324)</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Broadcom</td>
+
    <td>Running on a Dell Inspiron 5100.  In 8f1111, you use IO80211Family.kext from 10.4.4 to let the card be recognized.  See [http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=8522 thread entry] for instructions.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Dell TrueMobile 1450 (BCM4309KFB based)</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Broadcom</td>
+
    <td>Recognized as Airport Extreme in 099 build.  Works flawlessly! (In 8f1111 you use IO80211Family.kext from 10.4.4 and it will then see the card.  Signal strength meter might not work though.)</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Dell TrueMobile 1450 USB</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Conexant</td>
+
    <td>Conexant GW3887 (PrismGT) Chipset</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>NetXtreme 5751 Integrated Gigabit Ethernet Controller</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Broadcom</td>
+
    <td>I don't feel like deleting the entry from the HCL =&amp;gt; If someone managed to install it, please write here how to. Doesn't work Native or Patched for me. The BCM 5751 (14e4 1677) appears in the HCL but I have been unable to make it work With 10.4.1 and 10.4.3 using tha patched kext for 5701 or the TULIP kext on a HP dc7100. This eth should be removed from here or some more information should be given.</td>
+
    <td>Yes (edited => NO / Didn't work for me)</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>NetXtreme BCM4401-A1 Integrated Fast Ethernet Controller</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Broadcom</td>
+
    <td>Flawlessly working in both Native and VMware</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>NetXtreme BCM570x Integrated Gigabit Ethernet Controller</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Broadcom</td>
+
    <td>For instructions, see [http://win2osx.net/forum/showthread.php?t=2380 this thread].</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>C54Ri Wireless PCI Card (RT2500 based)</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Conceptronic</td>
+
    <td>Used drivers available in this [http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=2142&amp;st=20 thread] and it works (didn't test WEP/WPA) but it locks up the computer sometimes (build 8f1111A). NB: Others have experienced instability with the Ralink drivers under 10.4.3.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
  <td>FA311 FE Rev.1</td>
+
  <td></td>
+
  <td>D-Link</td>
+
  <td>Works without any patching, at 100baseTX Full Duplex</td>
+
  <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr><tr>
+
    <td>DFE-530 TX+ Rev C1</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>D-Link</td>
+
    <td>I Put it in my PCI slot, and it was detected automatically.  I used a Native Install off a Patched 10.4.3 DVD, not sure if the DVD did anything special. Linux lspci detects card as  Ethernet Controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL-8139/8139C/8139C+ (rev 10)    0000:04:00.0 0200: 10ec:8139 (rev 10)</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>DFE-530TX+ Rev. F1</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>D-Link</td>
+
    <td>Does not work. Unlike the C1 revision, the F1 is not recognized at all.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
  <td>DFE-538 TX</td>
+
  <td></td>
+
  <td>D-Link</td>
+
  <td>Works without any patching</td>
+
  <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>DWL-122G Rev b1 (Wireless)</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>D-Link</td>
+
    <td>see latest 29/11/05 RT2500 OSX 10.4.x USB Driver at [http://www.ralinktech.com/supp-1.htm Ralink] NB: Others have found the 10.4 driver to be unstable at best.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>8254X Ethernet Network Connection</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Intel® 82540EP Gigabit Ethernet Controller</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Internal 56k v.92 modem</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Uses Ambient MD5628 chipset, recognized as built-in serial modem, not shown in System Profiler but found in System Preferences/Networking </td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>PRO/1000 CT Network Connection</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>PRO/100M Managed Network Card</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td>Is recognized as an onboard card. If you have two, the second is shown as a generic card. You can bridge the connection between the two to do something similar to Internet Connection Sharing on Windows - plug the second card into a switch and the mac can be either a firewall or honeypot (or anything else you can conjure up)</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>PRO/11 VE Network Connection</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Intel</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
  <td>LNE100TX v5</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
  <td>Linksys</td>
+
  <td>Had to recompile tulip.kext for 10.4.3 See this [http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=6115&amp;pid=38453&amp;mode=threaded&amp;show=&amp;st=&amp;#entry38453 link]</td>
+
  <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter (RT2500 chipset)</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Linksys</td>
+
    <td>See this [http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=2142&amp;st=20 forum thread]. NB: Others have found Ralink drivers to be unstable at best under 10.4.3.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>WMP54G v2 PCI Adapter</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Linksys</td>
+
    <td>In 10.4.3 (8F1111g), Follow these [http://forum.osx86project.org/index.php?showtopic=6971# directions] to apply the IO80211Family.kext from 10.4.4, but before moving the file over, add the string 'pci14e4,4320' to the key IONameMatch in    IO80211Family.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleAirPortBrcm4311.kext/Contents/Info.plist. Caution: Only copy IO80211Family.kext to your System/Library/Extensions folder, you can leave everything else as is.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>FA311 PCI Adapter</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Netgear</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>GA311 PCI Adapter</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Netgear</td>
+
    <td>Works in 10/100/1000</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>WG511T 802.11b/g CardBus Wireless Adapter</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Netgear</td>
+
    <td>Detected as an Apple Airport in 10.4.5! :)</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>8100c</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Realtek</td>
+
    <td>Shows up as RTL8139</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>8100s</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Realtek</td>
+
    <td>Supports 10Mb/s, 100Mb/s, 1000Mb/s</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>8169</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Realtek</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Dynex DX-E101</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Realtek</td>
+
    <td>Shows up as RTL8139, no need to install any drivers </td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>RTL8139 Series </td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Realtek / Belkin</td>
+
    <td>On-board and NIC (separate network card)<br />Includes Belkin Network PCI Card</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>SMC 1211TX</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>SMC</td>
+
    <td>Works great, no need for drivers.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>ADSL Router CPVA500 w/Ethernet and USB2 port</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Telsey</td>
+
    <td>Works fine via USB (when OSX86 isn't supporting your Ethernet) </td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
</tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Atheros AR5212 WLAN</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>atheros</td>
+
    <td>works using io80211family kext from 10.4.5 update</td>
+
    <td>no</td>
+
</tr>
+
 
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Via VT6103 (Rhine II)</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>Via</td>
+
    <td>Works fine with [http://www.pinxue.net/mac/viarhine.html 3rd driver]</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
    </tr>
+
</table>
+
<br>
+
 
+
==Other==
+
<table width="90%" border="1">
+
  <tr>
+
    <th width="16%" scope="col">Hardware Name </th>
+
    <th width="16%" scope="col">Device</th>
+
    <th width="17%" scope="col">Manufacturer</th>
+
    <th width="24%" scope="col">Notes</th>
+
    <th width="27%" scope="col">Fully working without patching</th>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Abit Serillel2</td>
+
    <td>Parallel ATA to SATA adaptor</td>
+
    <td>Abit</td>
+
    <td>Works with PATA hard drives but OS X gets confused about DVD-burners. (It sees that the burner is connected to the device, but doesn't list it as a burning device.)</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>AmbiCom/Broadcom BT2000C</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>Ambicom/Broadcom</td>
+
    <td>Recognized and usable within 2 seconds!</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Belkin F8T001 (ver. 2)</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>Belkin</td>
+
    <td>Works flawlessly without any configuration. </td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Billionton Broadcom Bluetooth Dongle Class 1</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>Billionton</td>
+
    <td>Works out of the box</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Broadcom Bluetooth Dongle</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>Broadcom</td>
+
    <td>Recognized as Apple Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>BTU01a</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>n/a</td>
+
    <td>Recognized as unknown / Mcally BTmini mice recognized as MSIMouse</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Cellink BTA-3120</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>Silicon Wave</td>
+
    <td>Recognized as Silicon Wave, works PERFECTLY out of the box</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>D-Link DBT-120</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>D-Link</td>
+
    <td>Recognized as Apple Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Wacom Graphire 3 Classic</td>
+
    <td>Graphics tablet</td>
+
    <td>Wacom</td>
+
    <td>Works great with up-to-date drivers</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>MSI B-Toes</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth</td>
+
    <td>MSI</td>
+
    <td>Works flawlessly without any configuration.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Zonnet ZUB6101C</td>
+
    <td>Bluetooth dongle</td>
+
    <td>Zonnet</td>
+
    <td>Works perfectly, shows up as a Broadcom chip in System Profiler</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Nikon Coolscan V ED</td>
+
    <td>Film Scanner</td>
+
    <td>Nikon</td>
+
    <td>Use current software from manufacturer</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>VIA Firewire Card</td>
+
    <td>Firewire 400 card</td>
+
    <td>VIA</td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td width="16%" scope="col">X-session</td>
+
    <td width="16%" scope="col">Midi</td>
+
    <td width="17%" scope="col">M-Audio (Evolution)</td>
+
    <td width="24%" scope="col">USB Midi Controller. No driver requiered</td>
+
    <td width="27%" scope="col">yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>USB 2.0 + FireWire + 10/100 Combo,Part #: JU-2NE012</td>
+
    <td>Multifunction USB 2.0 + FireWire + 10/100 Combo</td>
+
    <td>SIIG</td>
+
    <td>Works flawlessly without any configuration</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>IP 1500 Pixma</td>
+
    <td>Printer</td>
+
    <td>Canon</td>
+
    <td>Works with the drivers from cd, and with those found on the install DVD, also the app for printing pictures (found on the driver cd) works</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>C66 Stylus</td>
+
    <td>Printer</td>
+
    <td>Epson</td>
+
    <td>Recognized and working out of box.</td>
+
    <td>Yup!</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Stylus C40S</td>
+
    <td>Printer</td>
+
    <td>Epson</td>
+
    <td>Works after installing supplied drivers.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Canon i350</td>
+
    <td>Printer</td>
+
    <td>Canon</td>
+
    <td>Recognized and working out of box. Additional support with original up-to-date driver.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>  <tr>
+
    <td>HP 930C</td>
+
    <td>Printer</td>
+
    <td>HP</td>
+
    <td>works with the orig. PPC Driver or with Gimp-900Series-beta Driver. HP Toolbox don´t work.(In 8F1111 works Printer with internal Driver from OSx86</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>HP 970 Cxi</td>
+
    <td>Printer</td>
+
    <td>HP</td>
+
    <td>works with the orig. PPC Driver or with Gimp-900Series-beta Driver. HP Toolbox don´t work.(In 8F1111 works Printer with internal Driver from OSx86</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>HP laserjet 1012</td>
+
    <td>Printer, Monochrome Laser</td>
+
    <td>HP</td>
+
    <td>In 10.4.1 required lots of hacking, recompiling driver, etc.  In 10.4.3 8F1111A works awesome out of box - HP Toolbox doesn't work, but Apple even included an icon that looks just like it ;-)</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>HP Photosmart 8050</td>
+
    <td>Printer</td>
+
    <td>HP</td>
+
    <td>works perfectly with included drivers</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Phaser 3110</td>
+
    <td>Printer</td>
+
    <td>Xerox</td>
+
    <td>works using the Samsung ML-1210 driver via GhostScript</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>C510N</td>
+
    <td>Printer, Color Laser</td>
+
    <td>Lexmark</td>
+
    <td>works with default built-in osx lexmark driver perfectly using all connection methods, including TCP/IP via Bonjour.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Z611</td>
+
    <td>Inkjet Printer</td>
+
    <td>Lexmark</td>
+
    <td>Does not work. Drivers not supported. Horrible printer anyway.</td>
+
    <td>No</td>
+
</tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td width="16%" scope="col">PSC 1315v</td>
+
    <td width="16%" scope="col">Printer, Multifunction</td>
+
    <td width="17%" scope="col">Hewlett Packard</td>
+
    <td width="24%" scope="col">Scanning and printing work fine</td>
+
    <td width="27%" scope="col">yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>P6250</td>
+
    <td>Printer, Multifunction</td>
+
    <td>Lexmark</td>
+
    <td>Recognized and working with the provided by Lexmark drivers. Only prints, can't get Scanner or Copy to work.</td>
+
    <td>Yes (printing)</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>HP psc1210</td>
+
    <td>Printer, Multifunction</td>
+
    <td>HP</td>
+
    <td>Recognized and working without problems. Install drivers provided on HP software cd and get utilities, scan and OCR works too.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>RX 420</td>
+
    <td>Printer, Multifunction</td>
+
    <td>Epson</td>
+
    <td>Works perfect with the drivers of Epson RX 500, included in MAC OS 10.4.3.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>LiDE-30</td>
+
    <td>Scanner</td>
+
    <td>Canon</td>
+
    <td>Requires OS X driver from Canon site. Carbon app, runs without error. Buttons all work. Image Capture app included with OS X says "No image capture device connected" - apparently no TWAIN or OS X integrated scanner functionality.</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>N650U</td>
+
    <td>Scanner</td>
+
    <td>Canon</td>
+
    <td>works with Adobe Photoshop. Required the orig. Plugin from  [http://de.software.canon-europe.com/software/canon_plug_ins22126.asp?model= link Canon Driver Site] works with SANE too)</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>FB630U</td>
+
    <td>Scanner</td>
+
    <td>Canon</td>
+
    <td>Works with Adobe Photoshop. Requires the original plugin and driver from  [http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=DownloadDetailAct&fcategoryid=351&modelid=6853 canon.com]<br>or [http://de.software.canon-europe.com/Scanners/Flatbed_Scanners/CanoScan_FB630U461.asp canon.de]</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Epson 1240</td>
+
    <td>Scanner</td>
+
    <td>Epson</td>
+
    <td>OSX Image capture software</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Epson 1650</td>
+
    <td>Scanner</td>
+
    <td>Epson</td>
+
    <td>OSX Image capture software</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>HP 4070</td>
+
    <td>Scanner</td>
+
    <td>HP</td>
+
    <td>works with the software/driver package for mac os x on their website</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>ScanJet 4890</td>
+
    <td>Scanner</td>
+
    <td>HP</td>
+
    <td>Works with the software/driver package for Mac OS X included.</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>USB2connect 5100</td>
+
    <td>USB PCI Adapter</td>
+
    <td>Adaptec </td>
+
    <td></td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>PCI USB 2.0 CARD CK0001</td>
+
    <td>USB PCI Adapter 4+1 ALI Chipset</td>
+
    <td>generic</td>
+
    <td>Works out of the box</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>iFP-340</td>
+
    <td>MP3/WMA PLAYER</td>
+
    <td>iRIVER</td>
+
    <td>iRiver Music Manager for Mac</td>
+
    <td>yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Samsung SCH-a670</td>
+
    <td>Cell Phone/Modem</td>
+
    <td>Samsung (Verizon Wireless)</td>
+
    <td>Initially comes up as Apple Internal 56k Modem...change to 'au CDMA 1X WIN W01K' and it works flawlessly!</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
  <tr>
+
    <td>Wacom Graphire4</td>
+
    <td>Graphics Tablet</td>
+
    <td>Wacom</td>
+
    <td>Installed with driver from wacom site, driver on cd was not supported</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
<tr>
+
    <td>Wacom Volito 2</td>
+
    <td>Graphics Tablet</td>
+
    <td>Wacom</td>
+
    <td>Works out of the box</td>
+
    <td>Yes</td>
+
  </tr>
+
 
+
</table>
+

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