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Hello, I've searching in this web and I haven't found a solution for my problem.

I have a HP500B MT which has installed W7/Ubuntu/Lion 10.7.2

In W7, I've seen that this PC has integrated in the motherboard an nortwork card RTL8102E/RTL8103E.

When I installed 10.7.2, the OS didn't recognized such card, but I found the kext in internet and installed it. From that moment, in the network configuration appears the ethernet interface but it is in red. It even shows the MAC address but I can't get a connection.

With "sudo ifconfig en0" I get "status:inactive".

If i reboot and go in W7, I have connection. With this I discard problems with the cable and the LAN.

Could someone help me to get the hackintosh connected to internet?

Thanks in advance.



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try this one Realtek Ethernet (10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9/10.10) [25.04.2013] - OSx86.net Hackintosh

 

install with Kext Wizard app, then repairPermissions rebuild caches/reboot

 

 

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I've already tried it. It doesn't work.

 

I've just tried with http://lnx2mac.blogs...osx-driver.html and it finally works.

 

Thanks for your help.







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