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I have a Broadcom BCM4306 (technically the BCM4320rev2), though I hear the BCM4320rev3 actually works better on OSX.

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<br />I have a Broadcom BCM4306 (technically the BCM4320rev2), though I hear the BCM4320rev3 actually works better on OSX.<br />

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Alright thanks!
I think I have found the card for around $10 on ebay.

This laptop also needs some other new parts so I know what I am going to be doing on payday.

Also I have another question, in the software updates would I be able to update to 10.5.8?

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lol, mine needs some new parts too, namely a new battery. ;)

I haven't tried updating to 10.5.8, but I highly doubt it would work. Do it at your own risk.

The 10.5.8 update won't work because we're using the alternative Voodoo kernel. You'll need to use an OSx86 updater.

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lol, mine needs some new parts too, namely a new battery. <img src="style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":P" border="0" alt="tongue.gif" /> <br /><br /><strike>I haven't tried updating to 10.5.8, but I highly doubt it would work. Do it at your own risk.</strike><br /><br />The 10.5.8 update won't work because we're using the alternative Voodoo kernel. You'll need to use an OSx86 updater.


I looked into what the update did and it was mostly fixes for things that I will never use anyways.

This one needs a new battery also. The hinges for the screen are both broken so I have to hold it or prop it up against something to use it.
I have been meaning to repair it for a while but lacked motivation till now.

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Hello.
This is my first time posing and this is also my first hackintosh.
I got everything installed and it all seems to be working perfectly exept wireless.
My D600 has Intel Wireless card and like everyone else after I installed the driver for it it caused my install to kernal panic and it left me no other option than to reinstall.
It looks like I am going to have to get a Bradcom wireless card.
Do you know what model the card in yours is so I will be able to find the correct one or des it even matter?



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My Hardware
MB : Asus P5G41 ML E
VGA : INTEL GMA X4500
Ram : 2 Gigs
HDD : 500 & 80 Gigs ( Sata )
CPU : Intel Core 2 Due E7500 [MMX,SSE(1,2,3,3S,4.1),EM64T,VT-X]
My problem :
After boot os x86 DVD , Before the Apple logo appears , System restart

What is the problem?

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I followed the Guide and every thing worked fine on my Dell D600. The wireless doesent work no matter what you do whether it be Intel 2100 or 2200 b/g wireless. The BroadCom Ethernet works fine as per Guide but the ApplePS2Trackpad stuff didnt worked out for me and it dosent matters much as the default kext is working fine. I aslo used a USB 2.0 full speed patch and a USB mass storage patch and my USB devices worked like charm.This is the best MAC OS X for PC I have ever had my hands on.Thank you for such an informatve and "working" guide.

And I guess the default wireless card in Dell Latitude D600 is Intel Pro 2200 b/g not 2100 as so far all the D600's I have seen had the 2200.But even then the drivers for 2200 b/g wont work so it a good idea either to keep going with the wired option or get "some other" wireless card.

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Hey men. Thx for the guide, but i have a problem.
I try for almost 3 times to install the :P ipc, but when i restart after the installation and appear the gray screen whit the logo of apple, Anything happend. I upload some images for you to help me. I dont know wich version of ipc i use, but i know that the version is the 10.5.6
Thx for attend my msg
This is my flickr. I upload some image of that problem
http://www.flickr.co...57624067074978/

Tell me what i have to do? :gathering:

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Great guide! Recently acquired a D600 with no wireless. Got a Broadcom card from the net for $10.
(I didn't edit the kext as instructed in the guide! The card was recognized by the Mac after install when I went into System Prefs/Networking/Wireless... the chipset on the card is BCM4318)

As I'm new to Macintosh I've still not figured out how to add drivers and things after the main install.
Googling for Video and Mobility 9000 drivers, I found http://www.projectos...?... - Perhaps this (or even somewhere else, Google brings more results) could be installed to the system? I don't have much tinker time this week as I did over the last, but hope someone else can use/find some direct drivers (and provide some 'how-to' for new bees like me)

Also, regarding the sleep/wake-up issues, mine locks up.
I noticed during the install there were some check boxes for "fixed" sleep/wake voodoo kernel stuff.
Anyone tried those?
How would one install them after the main installation? (No, I've not yet tried the simple "insert the install disc and browse for installer" yet)

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I upload some images for you to help me. I dont know wich version of ipc i use, but i know that the version is the 10.5.6


Ok, first, I too am a newbie, and it took 3 times to get it working for me also. I hope these tips help you even though I don't have that much experience.

Second - Make sure you're using the exact version of Mac OS recommended in the guide.
There are several 10.5.6 version available.

Third - Make sure you're following _every_ step from the guide. Of one of the images you've shown, several things of my boot have different messages regarding files/checkboxes the guide specifically mentions.

Fourth - I'm not sure, but several times after I attempted multi boot install, I had to set the Mac OS partition as active and bootable. I would tread lightly since you have a windows partition. They're a bit more fickle than *nix.
I ended up making my Mac partition first, then Linux second and that seems to make it happy. (I don't have a windows partition, just the two Mac and Linux)

Here's the result of my dmesg, you can compare it to your image.
npvhash=4095hi mem tramps at 0xffe00000PAE enabledrtclock_init: Taking bus ratio path 4 (Intel / Apple)TSC: Verification of clock speed PASSED.TSC: Frequency =   1598.597008MHz, FSB frequency =   99.912313MHz, bus ratio = 16Darwin Kernel Version 9.5.0: Sat Dec  6 19:39:54 IST 2008; Voodoo; Release 1.0 :xnu-1228.7.58/BUILD/obj/RELEASE_I386standard timeslicing quantum is 10000 usvm_page_bootstrap: 251304 free pages and 10840 wired pagesmig_table_max_displ = 79Local APIC discovered and enabledReplacing extension "com.apple.iokit.IOPCCardFamily" with newer version (1.6.4 -> 3.3.0).Replacing extension "com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily" with newer version (2.5 -> 3.3.0).warning: skipping personalities in blacklisted kext com.apple.driver.AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementACPI CA 20051117 [debug level=0 layer=0]Enabling SSE3 emulator...done.Loading security extension com.apple.nke.applicationfirewallLoading security extension com.apple.security.seatbeltcalling mpo_policy_init for mbSeatbelt MACF policy initializedSecurity policy loaded: Seatbelt Policy (mb)Loading security extension com.apple.security.TMSafetyNetcalling mpo_policy_init for TMSafetyNetSecurity policy loaded: Safety net for Time Machine (TMSafetyNet)Copyright © 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993        The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.MAC Framework successfully initializedusing 5242 buffer headers and 4096 cluster IO buffer headersACPI: System State [S0 S3 S4 S5] (S3)Class "AppleACPIPS2Nub" is duplicateDuplicate classkmod_control/start failed for com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPS2Nub; destroying kmod\^[[33mFailed to load extension com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPS2Nub.\^[[0mAGP: Found Intel 82855 host to AGP bridge AGP create nub for AGP Card=4c661002 bus=1 cap=88mbinit: doneSecurity auditing service presentBSM auditing presentFrom path: "uuid", Waiting for boot volume with UUID xxxxWaiting on <dict ID="0"><key>IOProviderClass</key><string ID="1">IOResources</string><key>IOResourceMatch</key><string ID="2">boot-uuid-media</string></dict>IOPCCard info:   Mac OS X PCMCIA Card Services 3.3.0

Just looking at the differences, I'd guess your missing the proper OS X cd, or missing some step in the guide.

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I upload some images for you to help me. I dont know wich version of ipc i use, but i know that the version is the 10.5.6


Ok, first, I too am a newbie, and it took 3 times to get it working for me also. I hope these tips help you even though I don't have that much experience.

Second - Make sure you're using the exact version of Mac OS recommended in the guide.
There are several 10.5.6 version available.

Third - Make sure you're following _every_ step from the guide. Of one of the images you've shown, several things of my boot have different messages regarding files/checkboxes the guide specifically mentions.

Fourth - I'm not sure, but several times after I attempted multi boot install, I had to set the Mac OS partition as active and bootable. I would tread lightly since you have a windows partition. They're a bit more fickle than *nix.
I ended up making my Mac partition first, then Linux second and that seems to make it happy.

Here's the result of my dmesg, you can compare it to your image.
npvhash=4095hi mem tramps at 0xffe00000PAE enabledrtclock_init: Taking bus ratio path 4 (Intel / Apple)TSC: Verification of clock speed PASSED.TSC: Frequency =   1598.597008MHz, FSB frequency =   99.912313MHz, bus ratio = 16Darwin Kernel Version 9.5.0: Sat Dec  6 19:39:54 IST 2008; Voodoo; Release 1.0 :xnu-1228.7.58/BUILD/obj/RELEASE_I386standard timeslicing quantum is 10000 usvm_page_bootstrap: 251304 free pages and 10840 wired pagesmig_table_max_displ = 79Local APIC discovered and enabledReplacing extension "com.apple.iokit.IOPCCardFamily" with newer version (1.6.4 -> 3.3.0).Replacing extension "com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily" with newer version (2.5 -> 3.3.0).warning: skipping personalities in blacklisted kext com.apple.driver.AppleIntelCPUPowerManagementACPI CA 20051117 [debug level=0 layer=0]Enabling SSE3 emulator...done.Loading security extension com.apple.nke.applicationfirewallLoading security extension com.apple.security.seatbeltcalling mpo_policy_init for mbSeatbelt MACF policy initializedSecurity policy loaded: Seatbelt Policy (mb)Loading security extension com.apple.security.TMSafetyNetcalling mpo_policy_init for TMSafetyNetSecurity policy loaded: Safety net for Time Machine (TMSafetyNet)Copyright © 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993        The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.MAC Framework successfully initializedusing 5242 buffer headers and 4096 cluster IO buffer headersACPI: System State [S0 S3 S4 S5] (S3)Class "AppleACPIPS2Nub" is duplicateDuplicate classkmod_control/start failed for com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPS2Nub; destroying kmod\^[[33mFailed to load extension com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPS2Nub.\^[[0mAGP: Found Intel 82855 host to AGP bridge AGP create nub for AGP Card=4c661002 bus=1 cap=88mbinit: doneSecurity auditing service presentBSM auditing presentFrom path: "uuid", Waiting for boot volume with UUID xxxxWaiting on <dict ID="0"><key>IOProviderClass</key><string ID="1">IOResources</string><key>IOResourceMatch</key><string ID="2">boot-uuid-media</string></dict>IOPCCard info:   Mac OS X PCMCIA Card Services 3.3.0

Just looking at the differences, I'd guess your missing the proper OS X cd, or missing some step in the guide.

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when i try to add the iwi2100.dmg it will install and a little afterwards a kernel panic occurs is there a way to have wifi on the dell latitude d600 allmy hackintosh recognizes right now is a telephone modem

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Hey, Yeah, i have the wrong iso, now i download the correct iso, install, and.... PUM!!! Mac OS X on a Dell Latitude D600!.

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And now i have a question... How i change thr resolution? I like to use the maximum resolution but how i can get this? If some could get the maximun resolution, tell me how
Gracias

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I did what you said and the kernel panic thing happened when I tried that.
I think it is because that is not my card. I cannot tell what card I have. all labels and sticker are faded or gone.
After I install everything how do I connect?
I am a Linux person so I am a little new at this.

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Quick question... sorry to interrupt, the kexts you check when customizing the installation, and the ones you overwrite once installed, are those exclusive for the D600? or do you have to do that on any pc?
I have it on a sony vaio and having some problems, and i saw your guide so well explained, i was willing yo give it a try :whistle:

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thanks for this!

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Bookmarked!

Thanks very much for this! Currently using wireless and posting from my Dell Latitude D600!

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hi

i got this working straight off the bat - still can't believe i have os 10.5.6 running on a dell d600. hilarious. my wife thinks i'm insane but you get that. i have to get the onboard broadcom wired ethernet running as thats currently not happening but thats OK, one thing at a time

thankyou very much for the guide to do this

namaste

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Where can I download iPC 10.5.6 Final PPF5 ? How big should it be.

Is iPC 10.5.6 Final PPF5 a boot loader ?





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