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Hi! Dose anyone have Realtek 8139 kext for Snow Leopard?

I have iATKOS S3 V2 on my hackintosh and i using 32bit system.

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anyone?

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Try this http://lnx2mac.blogs...osx-driver.html

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Try this http://lnx2mac.blogs...osx-driver.html

8139.. not 8168 older chipset .. but reportedly v 90 might work with 8139.

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Not working :(

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I run SL on an AMD/ECS combo with a Realtek NIC 8139 that ran OOB. ( the 8139 runs on every O/S that I have played with for the last 20 years ).
Mind you I did a retail install.

http://www.osx86.net...?do=file&id=378

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Still nothing.

Ethernet does not appear in Network. Only shows WLAN, but i need Wired LAN.

I am using laptop with Realtek 8139 / 810X (Onboard) network card.

For kext installation i use Kext Utility.

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find the device and subsystem id of it with lspci -n .. to compare to working device id.

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How to do that?

I used System Info to see device id - 8139; vendor id - 10ec

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get the www.realtek.com.tw driver ?
hmm seems they have 10.2 but nothign higher.. built in to os alrready.. iatkos likely broke it.. or u got some other issue.

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i have same issue here! (RTL8139 /snow leopard /32bit) anyone had the chance to make it working ??

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Here is one for Lion that claims to be compatible with Snow Leopard. It is for Realtek 8139 / 810X. http://www.osx86.net..._x86_-_x64.html


Another possibility: http://www.osx86.net...do=file&id=2279

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thanks for quick reply bro, i tried this but now luck, maybe i did something wrong while installing them. i removed the original kext from "IONetworking family.kext/contents/plugins" and replaced it with the one i downloaded, and then installed it again using kext utility.
so was it the right thing to do?? or i missed something?

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kext util put it in the directory extensions.. .. drag and drop that one into the ionetworkingfam..plugins to replace the non workin permissions file

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did this and nothing happened, the systme can't detect the card which is in pci slot.

(RTL8139D / device ID 8139)

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any ideas???

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Hi...

I finally got my 8139 working into LION 10.7.4, but without Internet.
In the diagnostic dialog box, only the firsts 3 lights are green.

This is what I did:
I deleted all inside the plug in folder of IONetworkingFamily.kext but realtek related kext.
I added the IOPciMacth code for my card: 0x813910ec
Repair permissions and reboot.

Once restarted, a new network connection was discovered.
Now, I'm fighting with configuration issue.

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That is the problem...
Whatever I put into Router item, the third light goes red
Whatever I put into DNS server: Internet light remains red

Any a clue will be welcomed.

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any chance to get a working 32bit kext for it compatible with snow leopard 10,6,1 ??





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