Ignore the file, and just read the post, correct the settings according on your system, should solve the problem: http://www.insanelym...-realtek-8105e/
Thing is, when I go to Network, there's nothing listed in the left pane. If i click the "+," I get only VPN, PPoE, and 6 to 4 as interfaces. There is no Ethernet.
As a seperate issue...
I'm having a little trouble installing Clover or Chamelon, because I left my Dell 7720's hard drive the way it came from the factory.
This means a few things.
First, the hard drive is setup as Intel Smart Response in the BIOS. In order to get anything to work, I needed to change this to AHCI. This does allow me to successfully install OSX as per the instructions. However, this also means that I can no longer boot into Windows 7. If I try to do so (just by starting the machine with the HD the primary boot device), it says that there is no operating system. I need to go back to iSRT in order to boot to Windows.
If I boot from my MacOS install USB drive (as built from above) and select the "C" drive, it still fails. Worse, if I then reboot to the USB drive, it doesn't load Chamelon any more. It's as if the USB drive was written to, somehow, by Chamelon to say "don't boot Chamelon from this drive any more." Does this make sense.
So, now I'm stuck not being able to boot into OSX any more.
I should note that I have OSX on the same physical drive. Since the 7720 is a laptop, I cannot add a second drive (although there is a SSD used for cache). I've tried installing Clover to a USB hard drive. However, the instructions for Clover talk about creating a new boot option in the BIOS. My BIOS does not let me create a new boot option, and doesn't even show the USB hard drive as a choice to boot from.
There's really several things here.
First, is there a way I can repair my USB flash drive to un-do the "don't boot from Chamelon any more" problem I've run into? Or do I need to rebuilt it from scratch? I suspect the later, since when I plug the flash drive back into a real Mac, it tells me "The disk you inserted was not reable by this computer."
Second, other than reformatting my hard drive, any way to get a boot loader that will permit both OSX and Windows? If not, I'm OK with needing a "key" (in the form of a flash drive) to boot one or the other.
When I built a Hackintosh a few years ago (dual boot to Windows XP), I recall using a Microsoft boot manager that let me pick which OS to run. Does that no longer work?
Thanks, in advance, for any help.