I never noticed that my CPU was labelled as a Core2Duo instead of a CoreDuo ... once again you're right ! (I guess it is only a cosmetic issue)
You're right, it's only a cosmetic issue.
Inserting your SMcputype
value of 513 (great find, thanks!) into smbios.plist
did the trick, the L2400 is now correctly shown as an Intel Core Duo in the About this mac
When I did this guide the current version was 2.0.5, meant also for tiger and leopard ... it worked well for me on SnowLeopard ... and I never needed to update it ...
Okay, no problem, I just wondered because sleep is not working on my 6363-2AG and I thought it could be due to an outdated sleepwatcher version and not due to a wrong hibbernation mode (see below) ...
Great Gatsby wrote:
- There have been more than one project to write a Mac OS X driver for Intel's 3945abg ...
IntelWifi Driver will be an everlasting project, I have been following development for years now and it seems to be a dead-end ... just switch your wifi card (10$ on ebay) !
Yes, I already considered buying an Atheros (or whatever it is) replacement card, too, but I was unsure whether
- the ThinkPad's BIOS would tolerate that (it could be locked on the 3945) and if
- I would still be able to use ThinkVantage Access Connections under Windows with a replacement card (I am currently running a triple boot configuration on the 6363-2AG with Windows XP, Snow Leopard and Ubuntu and I need to be able to use Access Connections under Windows).
Do you have any experiences concerning these two points?
For the tablet, you have to install "TabletMagic
". If it still don't work you can modify the LegacyX60T.kext with "WACF008" instead of "WACF004" and see this post
Sorry, my fault, I wrongly assumed your LegacyX60T.kext was already all I'd need to get the tablet working, which is kind of silly, because I already did
get the tablet working under Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard on this machine using TabletMagic
As far as sleep (hibernatemode 3) doesn't work with 3GB of RAM, only deep sleep does (hibernatemode 1) ... see my post on the first page
"ERROR 0192" is a "Secure Virtual Memory" error (hibernatemode 5 or 7), you just have to uncheck "Use Secure Virtual Memory" somewhere (but I don't remember exactly where) or change your hibernation mode. This post
is very useful to understand the different hibernation modes.
If you want to try sleep with sleepwatcher just remove RAM (to have less than 2GB) ...
It seems I simply need to get back into the different hibbernation modes, I once went through all this stuff when I was running Leopard on the machine, but that's quite a long time ago now. I'll have a look at it and report back here.
Great Gatsby wrote:
Thanks for all your feedback, and I hope I answered your questions !
Ouai, merci beaucoup de ton aide, tu m'as bien aidé. S'il y a quelque chose que je pourrais contribuer à ton projet avec le 6363-2AG, juste laisse-moi en savoir ...