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To make network card work in 10.5.7 simply add ven/dev id to original kext from 10.5.7 :) Of course with DSDT override. I think that You don't need to delete anything from IONetworkingFamily.kext.

Good luck.

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To make network card work in 10.5.7 simply add ven/dev id to original kext from 10.5.7 :) Of course with DSDT override. I think that You don't need to delete anything from IONetworkingFamily.kext.

Good luck.

With great respect, jazzminos.

Do you add any code for ethernet card in DSDT? Or you just apply DSDT override? Just for confirmation because base on your previous post that you only add code for GMA950 in DSDT.

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Hi! Please someone help me with lan! Notebook Toshiba m100-179.

Sound: Alc861 (works)

Video: X1400 (works without drivers)

Wlan: intel 3945 (doesn't work. As i know it haven't normal drivers yet)

Lan: Intel Pro 10/100 vm (not ve). Device ID: 1093 8086



I tried to install:

Jas 10.4.8 (installation doesn't start)

Kalyway 10.5.2 ( Sound and Lan doesn't work)

Universal OsX86 (it writes INSTAhackintosh during install. Same problem with sound and Lan)

iPc 10.5.6 - sound works, but lan no.

Once, after one more reinstalling (i checked Intel 3945 and IOfamily.....) There were ethernet in "network"! As i understand it was Wlan, but not Lan)

Lan doesn't show in "network".

I tried to check "Intel pro 100 ve" during installation - doesn't help.

Modify info.plist with device id - doesn't help.

Tried tostep's archive with info.plist - doesn't help

I've downloaded many IONetworkinfamily.kext and intel8255.. - nothing helped.

I can't even see ethernet in network after any of this actions!!!! Only firewire

What more can i try? Is it really work on OsX?!

Now i'm downloading iDeneb 1.4 10.5.6 - is there any way to solve this problem there?

Maybe, i do something wrong..

Someone, please explain me how to make it work step by step!! ( i'm a little newbie in it ;) )
Sorry 4 my english!

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I would suggest using the DSDT Patch since that's the only thing you haven't listed as an option you have tried.

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Hi! Please someone help me with lan! Notebook Toshiba m100-179.

Sound: Alc861 (works)

Video: X1400 (works without drivers)

Wlan: intel 3945 (doesn't work. As i know it haven't normal drivers yet)

Lan: Intel Pro 10/100 vm (not ve). Device ID: 1093 8086...


Hi.. Take a look at my signature.. maybe you'll find something useful.
I see your adapter is VM (not VE) but, it doesn't hurt to check.
Stay safe :)

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Do you add any code for ethernet card in DSDT? Or you just apply DSDT override? Just for confirmation because base on your previous post that you only add code for GMA950 in DSDT.

kizwan


Hi! I just applied the patch in -f (force) mode. But now I use DSDT.aml from mentorek. He has practically the same model as I have but he made some modification concerning Conexant HDA sound... Although sound doesn't work.

Unfortunately network doesn't work every time I boot Mac. It works always when booting with -F flag. But in normal boot frequently I get numerous errors like "Self Test failed", "ROM version wrong" and so on... I can post dmesg here to analize it together.

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Thanks to Azimutz! I added IONetwokFamily to Extra folder in the root of System disc. And it seems that this helps to make Ethernet kext load properly... I need to test it for some time.

I NEED HELP WITH OVERHEATING PROBLEM! Something stops my fans at boot. This causes my CPU to get 83 degrees... Sometimes fans don't stop at boot, but this is a rare situation... I tried a lot of things... But nothing helps.

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I NEED HELP WITH OVERHEATING PROBLEM! Something stops my fans at boot. This causes my CPU to get 83 degrees... Sometimes fans don't stop at boot, but this is a rare situation... I tried a lot of things... But nothing helps.

You can try VoodooPower if you didn't try it yet. Sorry, from your dmesg, it clearly you have try it. ;)

Thanks to Azimutz! I added IONetwokFamily to Extra folder in the root of System disc. And it seems that this helps to make Ethernet kext load properly... I need to test it for some time.
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It should fix your problem, no more boot with -f. I'm too put IONetworkingFamily.kext to Extra folder for both laptop since I need to use edited Info.plist of AppleYukon2.kext (to add support for Yukon 88E8038) & AppleAirPortBrcm4311.kext (to add support for dell wireless 4315).

I have take a look to your dmesg file & I noticed this:-
ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start - waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement) timed out
Do you installed Disabler.kext or IntelCPUMDisabler.kext? You can remove this two kext because you have applied DSDT patch. If you have already remove it, make sure AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext is exist. You can restore it from your DVD installer.
Also try changing "MacBookPro4,1" to "MacPro3,1".
AppleTyMCEDriver::probe(MacBookPro4,1)
I hope it can solve the overheating problem.

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I have take a look to your dmesg file & I noticed this:-

ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start - waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement) timed out
Do you installed Disabler.kext or IntelCPUMDisabler.kext? You can remove this two kext because you have applied DSDT patch. If you have already remove it, make sure AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext is exist. You can restore it from your DVD installer.
Also try changing "MacBookPro4,1" to "MacPro3,1".
AppleTyMCEDriver::probe(MacBookPro4,1)
I hope it can solve the overheating problem.


I've deleted Disabler.kext. AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is now loaded... But it doesn't help. Here's the new dmesg. I can't locate IntelEnhancedSpeedStep.kext to delete it, because I use VoodooPower. Do You know where can it be?
How to change "MacBookPro4,1" to "MacPro3,1"?

Thanks for reply.

With great respect, jazzminos.

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I've deleted Disabler.kext. AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement is now loaded... But it doesn't help. Here's the new dmesg. I can't locate IntelEnhancedSpeedStep.kext to delete it, because I use VoodooPower. Do You know where can it be?

Try to locate it using this command in Terminal:-
locate IntelEnhancedSpeedStep
I think this was the reason for the overheating, I hope. ;) The reason why I ask you to change to "MacPro3,1" because there is no entry for "MacBookPro4,1" in ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin Info.plist. If you able to change to "MacPro3,1", try remove VoodooPower for a while & try to see if your CPU able to speedstep itself without it. Run Geekbench & if the score is almost identical with what you got in windows, probably speedstep working. You can measure it with MSR Tools. Maybe it can make your CPU more "calmer" hence make it much cooler. I can't use VoodooPower because it cause my laptop to overheating without any "relevant" reason. :D

How to change "MacBookPro4,1" to "MacPro3,1"?
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In the dmesg, I noticed that AnV AppleSMBIOS did not load this time, resulting this:-
AppleTyMCEDriver::probe([b]Satellite P100[/b])
Did you remove it? You can change it ("MacPro3,1") in the Info.plist of AnV AppleSMBIOS. I use smbios.plist because I use EFI bootloader (with Chameleon 2 RC1).

So, your sound card did not work right? You can remove ALCinject.kext because it has been taken over by your DSDT (from mentorek). Have you ask what kext did mentorek use for the conexant sound card? Usually it should be either this two combination:-
1) DSDT (with modified HDEF code) + legacy kext + vanilla AppleHDA.kext
2) DSDT (with modified HDEF code) + vanilla AppleHDA.kext (with modified Info.plist)

Slightly off-topic, can you post screenshot of your IORegistryExplorer for GMA950. Like this:-
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I want to compare it with mine. Thank you. :)

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I've removed SpeedStep2 folder... But I got some error messages during the boot that such file or folder does not exist. Removing IntelEnhancedSpeedStep.kext did not help.

Please, explain in details what to do to change to MacPro3.1? I did not understand... What should I change? Thanks for understanding :(

Thanks.

With great respect, jazzminos.

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I've removed SpeedStep2 folder... But I got some error messages during the boot that such file or folder does not exist. Removing IntelEnhancedSpeedStep.kext did not help.

I will try research this later. I never use it before. So, maybe there are other files that need to be removed too.

Please, explain in details what to do to change to MacPro3.1? I did not understand... What should I change? Thanks for understanding :(
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In the Info.plist file inside AnV AppleSMBIOS folder, locate "MacBookPro4,1" & change it to "MacPro3,1". I will try come out with better step-by-step later after I take a look at AnV AppleSMBIOS kext. :(

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I've found and installed AppleSMBIOS-AnV-MacPro.pkg from iPC 10.5.6. It is just MacPro3.1. But this doesn't make any effect... Here's the info.plist.

Are You sure that the problem is with SMBIOS?

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I've found and installed AppleSMBIOS-AnV-MacPro.pkg from iPC 10.5.6. It is just MacPro3.1. But this doesn't make any effect... Here's the info.plist.

Are You sure that the problem is with SMBIOS?

No. I was hoping it will produce "proper" speedstep hence cooler cpu. What is the CPU temperature in idle state? Also what is the CPU temperature when it in full load? Can you see changes in speed while you're using your laptop?

If you remove VoodooPower now, does the CPU speed stuck in one speed?

Bear with me on this, I was trying to figure out why you got too high temperature. Maybe your CPU running in full speed.

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Hi.

What is the CPU temperature in idle state?

Approximately 65-66 degrees at 800 MHz. When the fan is running - 48-50 degrees.

Also what is the CPU temperature when it in full load?

It rises up to 83 degrees and graphics breaks (the screen starts to blink every time). When the fan is running even slowly it is not higher than 65 degrees.

Can you see changes in speed while you're using your laptop?

Yes, I feel the difference for example on Firefox start. When it runs at 800 MHz it is much slower.

If you remove VoodooPower now, does the CPU speed stuck in one speed?

I can try this but how can I test the results? AppleIntelCPUPowerManagements initializes successfully... I removed Disabler. But there is no effect on fans.

I suppose that the problem is with PCI drivers by ChunNanh. They are 10.5.6 only and they are Beta version... The fan stop just after the load of PCI at boot. Maybe it will be useful to try to put them into Extra folder? Here's the information on my sensors grabbed with Everest in XP. If we can find a programmer who can correct the i8kfan.kext (there is a source code for it http://i8kfan.google...0.0d1/I8kfan.c) that i8kfan.app could "see" my sensors and fans... :wacko:

With great respect, jazzminos.

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It rises up to 83 degrees and graphics breaks (the screen starts to blink every time). When the fan is running even slowly it is not higher than 65 degrees.

I have almost the same problem when using VoodooPower (just temperature too high). I did try to add code in the VoodooPower source code to solve the problem. The code will step down the CPU speed when temperature exceed 75oC but this will effect the performance. Right now I'm not using VoodooPower anymore because my CPU able to speedstep using vanilla AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement. I believe it has to do with smbios set to MacPro3,1 (& maybe I have very good BIOS + DSDT override). Don't get me wrong, it still hot but not crazily hot. :) With VoodooPower my CPU temperature is very easily "climb up" to >80oC.

I can try this but how can I test the results? AppleIntelCPUPowerManagements initializes successfully... I removed Disabler. But there is no effect on fans.

You can use application called "MSR Tools". You can view the CPU speed with it. I have a theory about the fans behavior. I think it is not running in a full speed when CPU in full load. That is why CPU temperature is too high. But this is just my theory. :(

I suppose that the problem is with PCI drivers by ChunNanh. They are 10.5.6 only and they are Beta version... The fan stop just after the load of PCI at boot. Maybe it will be useful to try to put them into Extra folder?
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Maybe it is related with IOPCIFamily.kext, I don't know. But IOPCIFamily.kext will not load if you put it in Extra folder. I have tried it.

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The problem is not in the VoodooPower... The problem is just in fans... Something stops them at boot. I can simply hear if they work or not. Sometimes they work, but practically all the time they don't... When they work (even slowly) temperature is normal... But when they are stopped by some driver situation is very poor... I can't do practically anything. I think that laptop users need program like i8kfan to optimize this... The rest is to find the programmer to correct the kext for us :)

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Yup, it works. But you will need this file -see attachement , and a reboot. And maybe you will get kernal panics after opend dmg files. Thatll be fixed by replacing seatbelt.kext with the 10.5.5 seatbelt (for kernal 10.5.6) or seatbelt 10.5.6 (for kernal 10.6) After you did the usual replace kext thing - c'mon u should be used to that - you might have random freezes. But at least u got on the net right?


Hi... thankssss it works now, thousand thanks to you buddy!

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i just wanted to say thank you very much, i consider myself an intemediate/advance windows user but i was struggling with the ethernet problem, you made it ediot proof mate, thanks again

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For those still strugging with the Pro/100ve and 10.5.6-7 I recommend you check out:

http://sites.google....work-connection

Pay special attention to removing/renaming the AppleHPET.kext. I could get nothing happening until that kext was removed.

Khan





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