Your MOBO LAN chipset is the Realtek 8211CL (0x076010de), so the nForceLAN.0.64.5.kext without any Info.plist Device ID insertion should work properly if it loading OK:
Supported PCI ids:
0x01c310de, 0x006610de, 0x00d610de, 0x008610de, 0x008c10de, 0x00e610de, 0x00df10de,0x005610de, 0x005710de, 0x003710de, 0x003810de, 0x026810de, 0x026910de, 0x037210de,0x037310de, 0x03e510de, 0x03e610de, 0x03ee10de, 0x03ef10de, 0x045010de, 0x045110de,0x045210de, 0x045310de, 0x054c10de, 0x054d10de, 0x054e10de, 0x054f10de, 0x07dc10de,0x07dd10de, 0x07de10de, 0x07df10de, 0x076010de, 0x076110de, 0x076210de, 0x076310de,0x0ab010de, 0x0ab110de, 0x0ab210de, 0x0ab310de, 0x0d7d10de
Do the following:
1. Go to /System/Library/Extensions/IONetworkingFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/nvenet.kext
2. Rename nvenet.kext
In Terminal, type
sudo mv nvenet.kext nvenet.kext.bad
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions/
"ls will list the files in PlugIns"
3. The v0.64.5 kext for Leopard should be installed manually into /S/L/E (v0/64.6 is not recommended as many have problems with using it).
4. Then reset the ownwership and permissions of /S/L/E/ via Terminal:
sudo chown -R root:wheel /System/Library/Extensions
sudo chmod -R 755 /System/Library/Extensions
sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions
5. Then go to /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches/Startup and delete these files within Startup….
6. Reboot and check if the nForceLAN.kext is being loaded by booting with -v and also by entering the kextstat command in Terminal.....
@ Fred Coelho
Glad to help and that now OSX Mavericks is up and running well for you.....
Welcome to the light side....you are enjoying using OS 110.9.x so much compared to Windows 8.1........
Regarding installing kexts from S/L/E in the USB boot pen to the S/L/E of Mavericks, see 4. and 5. above in this post to Beheaded about manually setting kext ownership and permissions......