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  1. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    Hi dmdimoff, Yes, I think if System profiler sees them, they should be mounted, too. But that's what makes me wonder. They don't. I can mount those devices no problem in my macbook, running leopard, too. I can also mount those devices using the Generic USB EHCI driver from orbyte. So, this is a complete mystery to me. My keyboard is just a simple A4Tech USB keyboard. It's not even detected at all even at System Profiler. So I revert to my PS/2 just to fix things up. Again, this keyboard works under the same driver above. Anyways, thanks for all your help. It is very much appreciated.
  2. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    @dmdimoff No go... The kexts load successfully. My devices appears in the System Profiler. BUT, they are not mounted. :-( My USB keyboard is also not detected.
  3. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    @dmdimoff I'll do that on Monday (Philippine Time). Thanks for all your hardwork!
  4. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    Not really. I could not use my USB keyboard. (It's not detected) Also, if I plug my devices (thumbdrive/external hard drive), they don't get detected at all. So I restored my IOUSBFamily.kext from the Kalyway install disc and just used the Generic EHCI driver from orByte. I have read somewhere that in order for my usb devices to be detected properly, I have to stick in it before booting/power on. It worked. I am now able to hotplug my usb devices. I hoped that your driver would have done it, but thanks anyways. @dmdimoff I noticed that in the zipped file you provided, there are tons of kext files in them. Among them is "IOUSBFamily.kext" Now my question is, do I copy all of these kext files into /System/Library/Extensions or just IOUSBFamily.kext? I'm quite confused because I thought the kext files in your zipped file should be copied to /System/Library/Extensions/IOUSBFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/
  5. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    Okay. I deleted the IOUSBFamily.kext from my /System/Library/Extensions/ I unzipped the file you provided. I copied the IOUSBFamily.kext from there into /System/Library/Extensions/ I fixed permissions. Deleted caches. Reboot with -f -v as boot options My devices were not detected. Here's the dmesg: michael-janapins-mac-pro:~ michaeljanapin$ sudo dmesg | grep -i USB Password: USBF: 0.658 Attempting to get EHCI Controller from BIOS USBF: 0.661 USBLEGCTLSTS value c0002000 USBF: 0.665 EHCI - Ownership conflict - attempting soft reset ... USBF: 0.669 EHCI - toggle OS Ownership to 0 USBF: 0.924 Found USBLEGSUP_ID - value 0x1000001 - writing OSOwned USBF: 0.928 acquireOSOwnership done - value 0x1000001 And from System Profiler: USB High-Speed Bus: Host Controller Location: Expansion Slot Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBEHCI PCI Device ID: 0x3104 PCI Revision ID: 0x0086 PCI Vendor ID: 0x1106 Bus Number: 0x90
  6. Attansic L1 Driver Project

    Hello to All, I have just been setting up my first hackintosh and it's been fun so far. One by one, all my devices are starting to work. My LAN Card was the last one I worked on (since I have a cheap Realtek card lying around). I read this thread from post #1 and it's like a suspense thriller. I'm happy that it ended very well. :-) DaemonES and company, my sincerest thanks to all of you. Jim, thanks for the package. It's working flawlessly. :-) I will now remove my PCI Realtek Card and use this built-in Attansic Card for this build. Congratulations and more power!
  7. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    It's up there in my post. That's what it shows when I used your 315 sources. I used your USB315.kexts.zip No. Am I supposed to do that? I'm using the default IOUSBFamily.kext from the Kalyway install disk. I just replaced the files in the PlugIns directory with the ones you have provided. Yes. I think I will try number 3 above and see what happens. Thanks!
  8. USB 2.0 for Leopard 10.5.7

    Hi Slice, I tried your 315 but it's a no go for me. Here's the error log: 2AppleUSBUHCI is not compatible with its superclass, 17IOUSBControllerV3 superclass changed? Failed to load extension com.apple.driver.AppleUSBUHCI. Couldn't alloc class "AppleUSBUHCI"AGP: not supported e238 The 308 loads fine. However, even though it could detect my USB devices (Kingston thumdrive / Memorex external HDD) in the System profiler, it doesn't mount or show up in the Desktop. Here's what I did: 1. I unzipped your 315 file 2. I chown/chmod the files to 0:0 755 3. I deleted similar files found in /System/Library/Extensions/IOUSBFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/ 4. I copied the files over to that directory 5. Deleted the following: /System/Library/Extensions.kextcache /System/Library/Extensions.mkext /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kernelcaches 6. I rebooted 7. Entered -f -v as boot options My Rig: Kalyway 10.5.2 AMD 64 X2 4200 Asus M2V mobo VIA8237A chipset
  9. Success Story with Kalyway 10.5.2

    -CPU : AMD 64 X2 (working, choose appropriate patches during install) -RAM : 1GB KINGSTON DDR2 667MHz (working) -Optical Drive : Samsung Combo DVD-RW (working) -HDD (main) : ST320014A IDE (Working) (backup): ST3160815AS SATA (Working after install of appleviaata.kext) -Motherboard Chipset : VIA8237A (working after install of appleviaata.kext) -Video: Sparkle GeForce 7300 GS (working CI/QE with an external NVinject driver, mod Info.plist) -Lan : RT8139 (PCI) (working) -USB 2.0 (not working) -Vanilla Kernel 9.2.2 (Working) That's all for me
  10. Hi Julian, A few posts above, a link is provided where you can download the compressed file. 1. Go ahead and Download it. Unzip it. This will produce the needed kext file. 2. Copy this kext file to /System/Library/Extensions/ 3. Repair permissions 4. Reboot
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