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  1. Try this site/driver: https://www.alfa.com.tw/download.php My model ra3070 worked with driver AWUS036NH
  2. AppleHDA for El Capitan discussion

    Thanks for the all you have done!!! Any chance for an update on alc882?
  3. AppleHDA for El Capitan discussion

    ALC 882 working on old P5W Deluxe MB!
  4. OS X 10.9 DP's builds

    Has anyone noticed this: AppleKextExcludeList.kext Is it new? It seems to ha a lot of hackintosh kexts in the info.plist.
  5. Updated: 10/12/13 I've got Mavericks GM working well. New install pack. P5W.zip
  6. Most likely still has to do with "PCI Configuration Begin" Search for "Configuration Begin" or "ncpi=0x2000" . You'll need to edit the boot.plist. <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>npci=0x2000</string>
  7. Mountain Lion DP1 running smoothly. Sleep wake up not working correctly yet. New Chameleon, Same DSDT, Fake SMC, Woody HDA, IOAHCIBlockStorageinjector.
  8. Why not Lion ? It works great. Hopefully 314TeR will make a P5W Lion boot/iinstall cd for Lion For snow leopard go here: http://translate.goo...view-vt4415.htm use a newer version of chameleon than comes with his cd. As for you boot.plist - pci root - not needed graphics flag - not needed kernel flag - not needed - 64 bit works great - x32 only if you want to use the built in p5w wi fi. voodoo kext not needed - use the above link for audio solution usb kext - not needed EvOreboot - not needed - with correct dsdt - restart fix in chameleon is better ionetworking - not needed - add network fix in chameleon RTC kext not needed with good dsdt.
  9. Fixed auto sleep in Lion with this script ! http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=182535
  10. Autosleep-Script

    Works great in Lion for my Asus P5W ! Thanks !!
  11. I doubt that it is bios because everything works with other browsers. It really sounds like a safari permissions/settings problem. Have you repaired permissions ? Have you tried the latest flash update ? Have you tried a different version of Safari ?
  12. Sounds like it's being blocked. Using your network, can a different computer access those sites ? I already sent kexts in extra. DSDT I generated from: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=235523.
  13. Did you try deleting the safari preferences in the library of your home folder ? (make sure to save bookmarks) Check the permissions of that folder and your home folder. Sometimes permissions get messed up when migrating by assistant or drag and drop. After that I would delete all network files in Library/preferences/systemcofiguration and instantly (by hand) reset/turn off the computer - otherwise osx will regenerate the current settings before it turns off. OSX will then generate completely new network settings when it boots.
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