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Anyone tried this adapter on Kalyway 10.5.4 or even 10.5.3 ??

I'm about to buy one!


Yes. Works fine here with RT2500/73 kexts + Ralink Utility from the Kalyway 10.5.2 DVD. No dropouts... yet?

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Yes. Works fine here with RT2500/73 kexts + Ralink Utility from the Kalyway 10.5.2 DVD. No dropouts... yet?


Thank you.

Ordered :| :D

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Noob question.... is this adapter working with Airport ??

THANKS

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I install iDeneb v1.1 on my hackintish.
kernel is 9.4.0 by Modbin
update OS up to 10.5.6 and I steel have kernel panic when I connect to mynetwork with WPA2.
D-Link DWA-110.
can you help?

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I installed iDeneb 1.3 10.5.5, my intel 3945abg wireless card is not working for sure, and i could not manage to work my intel pro 100 VE ethernet card also and I am planning to buy a D-link DWA 110. Does any one used it with iDeneb and succeeded? Is there any other usb wireless card that is working with iDeneb 1.3?

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i just bought the dwa 110 today without waiting replies and it is not working. I can see 802.11 bg WLAN device in system profiler under usb devices but d-link software could not detect it.

I am using ideneb 1.3 10.5.5 please help if any one have an idea how to work it

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Good news every one ;)
I finally manage to work my d-link dwa 110 with iDeneb v1.3 Leopard 10.5.5.

I used the driver of the chipset ralink RT73 there is a link of the driver in another post

http://www.insanelym...howtopic=114183

There are two important things you need to do:

1.install the driver but wait about a minute before clicking the restart button, you can see the activity from your hard drive light,
2. You need to run repair disk permissions after the restart and restart again.
Then you will see the activity of the light on your D-link and the ralink application will start automatically.

You can connect to your wireless device and surf :D

good luck!!

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Well. I didn't have to go through any of the hassle. I took the DW110 out of the box. Inserted into the USB port. The CD that came with the adapter had a OS X 10.4 driver. Installed it and waited for a while before hitting the restart button (just as a precaution). After the restart I had an entry in the status bar that said 'No Connection'. This meant that the adapter had been properly recognized. I clicked it and up came the wireless preferences pane. I hit start scan with fingers crossed and to to my joy it found my home network (WPA-TKIP, Infrastructure mode). I double clicked the listed network, it asked for the pre-shared key. I entered that and here I am, typing these words from my Dell Inspiron 1505 (6400) through safari. Love it. Thank you guys for your feedback.

Update:
Turns out the picture isn't as rosy as it seemed. After the first restart (and successive restarts), I have to manually tell it to connect to the network. I have to do that several times (and have to restart some times too) before it connects to the network. However, as I have checked, it needs the manual instruction to connect even in Windows XP. So I guess, that's the way D-Link have designed their application. So the only thing to worry is the numerous tries before the actual connect. Will work on it further and keep u guys posted. Thanks.

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Installed iAtkos 10.5.7 succesfully. The only problem I'm having is my D-Link DWA-110, its detected everytime I remove and stick it on to the USB and will have a freeze after trying to connect wirelessly. I'll try to install the driver again and see if it will work if I'll wait for a while before I hit the restart button.

Any help?





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