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smiley2billion

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Wifi on Eee PC 1000H hit or miss

04 March 2009 - 05:04 PM

This one has me stumped.

I've been using OSX on my main desktop for about a year and it's been working great.

I recently bought an Eee 1000H and knew that OS X should work on there as well.

After installing every thing works except for the Wifi. I've tried following every tutorial I can find about getting the RAlink 2700e to work with OSX with no success. Today I was installing an application that required a restart and I left to go use the restroom. I came back and found the RAlink software open and it had my AP listed and looked like it should be working. After another restart it went back to operating just like it was before, with the RAlink software saying "No Device!" and unable to even scan for networks.

Does anyone have any idea as to what I could be doing wrong? I know that using the RAlink card means I have to use the RAlink software and that the network adaptor should show up as "En0" or something similar in the Network pane under System Preferences, as of right now it doesn't show anything and neither does the RAlink software.

I can use the card under Windows and connect to my AP just fine, so it shouldn't be a hardware issue.

Lost in a sea of install options

18 December 2008 - 09:35 PM

Hey everyone,

I'm not new here, per se, I've had Leopard up and running since about May of 2008, so I've got a little experience with installing and using Leopard on a PC.

My question here is now that I'm needing to do a reinstall due to a massive failure on my part with the 10.5.6 update (I've never seen kernel panics that pile up on top of each other until the screen was blacked out :P) is what method is considered "the best / easiest" ? I've spent the last 2 days reading about all the new install methods that use the retail DVD (which I have). Before I used Kalyway to take care of everything but if I'm going to be reinstalling I'd rather set it up right from the beginning so I can be as future proof as possible on OS X updates.

My specs are as follows:

Asus P5KC
4GB 800MHz RAM
Intel Core2Quad Q6600 @ 2.4GHz

I'm not asking for someone to hold my hand and step me through the whole process but just point me in the right direction.

I've found this thread:

http://forum.insanel...showtopic=79096

And I think it is pretty close to what I am needing, but would this "future proof", or as close as possible, me for future updates?
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