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jmicron lan 10.8.3 ethernet

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Hi all, I installed successful ML 10.8.3 on my laptop, but Lan is not working. I've tried jmc250.kext here: http://www.osx86.net...0_ethernet.html , Ethernet card has detected but it cannot get "MAC ADDRESS" (mac addess is ff:ff:ff:ff). Please help me

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ok thanks, but I can not make my LAN work, I think my driver is not correct

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The all "F"'s is not a valid MAC address. That is considered a broadcast frame and your NIC should never get an IP from your router if that's the case.Sometimes your (non-wireless) NIC ends up with a MAC address of 00:00:00:00:00:00 / FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF / 04:4B:80:80:80:03 after a BIOS update.
This effectively makes your NIC useless until you can fix it. On some boards this will cause a 'MAC address are invalid in both CMOS and Flash' error.
You need to get that address changed. 
And so,you patch BIOS?Error is from here :wink2: (For me,you need to Flash your NIC with EEPROM.EXE(DOS),to use corectly Mac Address

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I don't know why I have to flash my NIC with EEPROM.EXE ?, because in windows 7, I use Lan connection normaly.





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