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Working Drivers - Realtek RTL8187SE 10.5.6


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Just tested in iDeneb 1.4 10.5.6 with a Acer Aspire One AOA150 with a Wireless Mini PCI Realtek RTL8187SE card.
(I removed the non-working Atheros AR5BXB63)
100% working as ethernet adapter and using Realtek Utility.

Easy and simple.

1.- Download attachment.
2.- Install "Installer87se.pkg"
3.- Leopard will now detect new network adapter.
3.- Configure it as new Ethernet adapter in network preferences.
4.- Restart
5.- Realtek Utility should auto start.
6.- Detect networks, join and enjoy!

Fernando Ibaez

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Just tested in iDeneb 1.4 10.5.6 with a Acer Aspire One AOA150 with a Wireless Mini PCI Realtek RTL8187SE card.
(I removed the non-working Atheros AR5BXB63)

100% working as ethernet adapter and using Realtek Utility.

Easy and simple.

1.- Download attachment.
2.- Install "Installer87se.pkg"
3.- Leopard will now detect new network adapter.
3.- Configure it as new Ethernet adapter in network preferences.
4.- Restart
5.- Realtek Utility should auto start.
6.- Detect networks, join and enjoy!

Fernando Iba�ez




MSI WIND same realtek wifi card, problems:
the software blocks the dock in snow leopard.

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MSI WIND same realtek wifi card, problems:
the software blocks the dock in snow leopard.


It blocks the dock only if you checked the box "minimize to application icon" on dock properties, to avoid that just use dockless app to hide the realtek utility.





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