L2 cache enable

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L2 cache enable

I have a couple x600's with Daystar SSe G4 Carriers, and I can't get Daystar's software to work in OS X 10.3.3, which means I can't enable the L2 cache.
It worked fine in Puma, but in Panther, it installs fine, booting is fine, but when I launch their software to enable the cache, it freezes the system after a couple bounces.
Their support has pretty much given up on me. They tell me no one else has the problem. I think they're full of it. Its the same thing on both machines.

XPostFacto is simply amazing, but I need to sqeeze everything I can out of these 450 G4 daughter cards to make these machines last awile.

Anyone care to help?

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I think...

I think it's a known issue. If you look on the site for XPostFacto, it saus that most people are experiencing trouble with the L2 cache as of this point.

You'll probably have to wait until XPF fixes the support.

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Daystar admitted

I finally received some response that makes sense... they have a few reports like mine, and this week are trying to reconstruct the problem.

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