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    10.4.3 broadcom wireless effort

    Did you try using the command line program "airport" to associate with some essid? That won't survive a reboot, but it is the only way that I can get my PCI Belkin F5D7000 v2 working in 10.4.1
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    10.4.3 broadcom wireless effort

    Just a status report: I got a Belkin F5D7000 v2000 PCI card, which is not working since 10.4.1 (yes, I installed the modified AppleAirport2.kext, but no go!), and I followed this thread, got the IO80211Family.kext into my 8F1111, loaded the driver successfully, but not a sign of it's functioning... I found you guys are mostly using laptop, but I'm using my desktop. Anybody in the same shoes with me?
  3. OK, I am one of the guys who have the unfortunate restart/panic problem. If you don't know what it is, here's more explanation: when I boot the setup DVD natively, I got a screen saying (in multiple languages): You need to restart your computer, blablabla... then I dig further, and use verbose mode, I found some thing like panic or kernel trap, waiting for debugger stuff... I tried the VMWare installation, which turn out to be fine. But once I start natively, the problem comes out again! So I took a closer look at the verbose mode messages, and found that the module causing the problem was HDAudio driver. So I went into BIOS, and disabled the on-board audio, and boom! I got passed the startup screen. Later in osx86, I modified my AppleAzalia driver to recognize my realtek audio chip, and enabled on-board audio again, it is now working flawlessly! My PC: P4 3.0G HT GigaByte 8I945P-Pro 1.5G DDR2 RAM osx86 on a 160G SATA disk nVidia 6600GT So if you got stuck in the kernel panic problem, take a closer look at the error message, try to disable some component or boot into single mode to temporarily remove the problematic kext. Hope this could help!
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