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Mark7807

Mark7807

Member Since 22 Feb 2010
Offline Last Active Mar 08 2010 03:35 PM
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In Topic: Ethernet Driver for Marvell 88E1116 that works with leopard?

08 March 2010 - 11:21 AM

1. eno's nForceLAN kext

2. yes and then rebooting with -f to recreate Extension.mkext file......

So I tried Eno's nForceLAN kext and it picked up the internet on my ethernet, allowed me to connect to the internet for software updates, but Safari hangs every time I open it forcing me to quit out of it.

In Topic: [Solved] AMD having problems booting after installation

05 March 2010 - 05:31 AM

Okay so my comp was out of commission for a few days, it's back up with iPC 10.5.6 Leopard on it now! :D

So I can say I finally have mac on my PC!!! Now, I need the proper drivers for ethernet, video and audio. Right now I have a ATI 4850 for my video card, NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller (Marvell Gigabit LAN driver) for ethernet, and Creative SB Live! series.

Also I installed iPC with the PS/2 Keyboard patch selected. However, when I try to boot up with my PS/2 Keyboard it just simply won't boot, where as if I have my parents USB keyboard plugged in it boots just like normal.

In Topic: [Solved] AMD having problems booting after installation

02 March 2010 - 05:21 PM

Would using another Distro's DVD, just to use terminal work?

In Topic: [Solved] AMD having problems booting after installation

01 March 2010 - 11:20 PM

It says rm is not a command WHAT THE.... I typed in exactly that. I might just have to wait for my friend to come over and throw in a new motherboard that should work this setup I have currently unless you have other suggestions :P

In Topic: [Solved] AMD having problems booting after installation

01 March 2010 - 08:08 PM

rm -rf /Volumes/VOLUMENAME/System/Library/Extensions/sleepenabler.kext (if present)
rm -rf /Volumes/VOLUMENAME/Extra/Extensions/sleepenabler.kext (probably present here)

I typed those and it would say rm is not a command. I got rid of the space between rm and -rf and it would say for both of them that the directory/file was not found. I was case sensitive and for the way my volume was setup with a space I put

rm-rf "/Volumes/MAC HD/System/Library/Extensions/sleepenabler.kext"
rm-rf "/Volumes/MAC HD/Extra/Extensions/sleepenabler.kext"

I know this is probably getting rediculous for you to explain, I think Terminal hates me.
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