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This is more like a super-user account on a Unix or Linux system. Back to top #4 coalesce Posted 16 March 2010 - 03:26 PM coalesce InsanelyMac Protégé Members 11 posts OSX was patched with DSDT PatcherGUI 1.0 before install, I have since downloaded At the very least back up all your photos, videos, and documents. Any way to lock "advanced startup options"? have a peek at this web-site

Then I cloned this drive to a second drive. (I do this because I feel much more secure having a backup "on the shelf" out of harm's way.) Now when I Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion 500-056 OS Windows 8.1 CPU AMD Elite Quad-Core A8-6500 Memory 8 GB Graphics Card AMD Radeon HD 8570D Monitor(s) Displays Acer 23" Screen My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... The route I took the region from has cars running, but nowhere near the amount it normally has. http://support.macrium.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=5088

blog comments powered by Disqus //Most Popular Articles 11 Uses for Your Old Smartphone 7 Forgotten Sega Dreamcast Classics How to KonMari Your Way to a Happier Digital Life Two-Factor Authentication: The time now is 06:33 AM. This can be done, but I suspect that over time and updates from both M$ and N3V, the DLL's kind of got fuzzy around the edges.

And I use my PIN to login to my Laptop. It was a sort of compulsion to see what was happening so I ended up with 10 vertexes in a row, and each one of them stopped or started cars., In The strange thing is that MSI has a lot of experience in bios, so something as elementary as a bad boot logic shouldn't be there, right?Ah yes, this is exactly what I installed SAMBA for the Windows clients to connect and that required using a make file to compile the binaries and then a pkgadd to install them.

Render Core Frequency: 800 MHz [ICH9 Features] Mobile Features: Supported Intel AMT Support: Not Supported Quick Resume Technology: Not Supported SATA RAID0/1/10: Not Supported SATA Ports 2,3: Supported [BIOS] BIOS Manufacturer: There's a kext that specifically addresses it, but I don't recall its precise name offhand. The F8 key sadly has gone away the way we've used it for decades. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/136506-Clonezilla-for-dual-boot-set-up There's no reason why they couldn't port this over to Linux especially now that they have the Apple OSx version available.

john.p Moderator 887 Posts Posted-December 31 2012: 12:51:54 Hi,You have triggered the windows product activation threshold. You can turn on the Big Boss account using the command "net user administrator /active:yes" and then log off. Grrrrrrrrr, but I'm happy you got it to do what you want. Join Date Nov 2006 Location United States of America, Massachusetts, Haverhill Posts 19,575 This sounds like something has become corrupted.

I then became a Unix admin and really enjoyed Solaris 9, which was all the machine could handle physically due to its age. Unfortunately, I (personally) am out of ideas so good luck to you in your quest for a solution. No boot files on PATA HDD so failed boot. News:MSI REWARDS - PARTICIPATE ON MSI FORUMS, GET REWARDS Home Help Search Login Register MSI Global English Forum > Motherboards > MSI AMD boards > PATA/SATA boot order anomaly? « previous

Trainz since October 2009 "I don't drive trainz; I hire drivers" Reply With Quote January 26th, 2015,09:03 PM #5 HiBaller View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Check This Out This has worked (almost) every time until now.Discovered that if I have a bootable CD (like 64-bit installer) in my PATA DVD drive, the BIOS overrides the SATA priority if I So I guess this problem has been solved. Join Date Nov 2006 Location United States of America, Massachusetts, Haverhill Posts 19,575 Originally Posted by HiBaller I only have one computer that is full Windows (7 Professional) and not dual-boot

Both of these can take some time and I too usually run a QDR while I'm off doing something else. Update: Alright, after multiple reboots, my clock in OSX has now reverted to its wrong-time ways. So, I changed from a Microsoft account to a Local account. Source Should I eat Chinese or Pizza for lunch?

Under Surveyor, when editing the Route, cars are 'Enabled'. Possibly this could be the problem...?http://netkas.org/?p=114Only thing is, SnowOSX is a 423 build, not 28X. The BIOS remained unaffected until I formatted to do a Vanilla Install, then when I added the DSDT the BIOS changed again (exact same as the screen shots).

So far stuff seems normal.

Then, just as I added a useless vertex in the road, they started again. I used to live by the net commands when I administered an NT 4.0 network! So I guess I really don't have a problem, but I would like to understand the underlying issues and I would like to make others aware of this behavior. There's an OS X fix floating around, but IMHO it's better to configure Windows to use UTC, as described here.

This is my first time delving into OSX86, so SnowOSX took a lot of "tweaking" per say, but I managed to get it to boot perfectly and maintain stability. Bill At the moment I only have one computer running Windows 10 TP. I have to flag i=arch386 because of the Mobility 4570 GFX to get native resolution, and I also flag cpus=1 otherwise I get an APIC panic on startup. have a peek here The system seems fine, I've booted into OSX twice with no BIOS changes, and the clock is holding right now.

The robustness, reliability, and stability of this OS and hardware too is a real joy to work with. I use them all the time to do arcane stuff. Hopper helped design. After further investigation, I also realized that I had no DSDT in my Extra folder.

It isn't back to 100%, but much better than starting a route and finding out three minutes later after it finally loads that you haven't got cars. Then I suppose then it normally tries SATA and everything's fine.Except 64-bit is now installed on a partition on PATA drive (don't ask), and apparently the BIOS quirk I'm describing with Either restart or shut down & press power button to restart. Should I leave it?

Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion 500-056 OS Windows 8.1 CPU AMD Elite Quad-Core A8-6500 Memory 8 GB Graphics Card AMD Radeon HD 8570D Monitor(s) Displays Acer 23" Screen Logged Alektron Guest « Reply #2 on: 13-July-04, 09:05:02 » Yep, it sounds like it's a bios anomaly. Macrium Support Forum This forum is for Version 5 of Macrium Reflect.