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  1. Hi guys, I have this XFX 7800gs 256mb AGP which I want to flash to make it work in my 1.25ghz DP MDD. It has the correct chip revision, but it is quite an obscure card and I have never seen anybody else mention it. Can I just use one of the modded roms from The Mac Elite?
  2. Hi all, Since Dandu's dump of the 1.3 Pippin ROM (which supposedly does no authentication checks), my interest in Apple's only foray into the gaming console space has been renewed. I do a bit of homebrew game development for the Atari 2600 and Nintendo Virtual Boy in my spare time, and a few years ago ported an unreleased Pippin title to OS X and Windows, so I'm very interested in the possibility of unlocking homebrew for the Pippin. I currently have in my custody two Pippin units on loan: a retail US @WORLD model, and a late atMark prototype. Both kits have the stock 5MB of RAM. I hav
  3. Flash versions have been growing like crazy lately. It seems that the modified Flash version which gave PowerPC users some respite is now too old for certain sites. I've updated the Flash plugin to report itself as version 16.1.102.64. This, I hope, should last a few months. Get it here: http://www.klos.com/~john/flashppc.zip Flash is pretty insecure. I'm not sure whether there are workable exploits, but to be on the safe side, I highly recommend ClickToPlugin, which keeps all plugins from loading until you click on the item on a web page which is requiring that plugin. It has a ni
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