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turtle8

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  1. D-Link DWA-140 Wireless Adapter

    Hey, it works! Thanks Kibitz
  2. Has anybody here successfully used the above wireless adapter? I've downloaded the Mac driver but my Hackintosh does not see that it is plugged into my USB port. The USB ports are recognized; my thumb drives do work.
  3. Has anybody here successfully used the above wireless adapter? I've downloaded the Mac driver but my Hackintosh does not see that it is plugged into my USB port. The USB ports are recognized; my thumb drives do work.
  4. Is it possible to set up a VPN server in Mac OS X 10.5 (not Mac OS X Server)? I've done this in Windows XP Professional and I'd like to have a VPN running on my Mac. I work out of my home, but when I am away, I'd like to be able to have access to my files here in the house.
  5. Hey, I got Mac OS to recognize my SATA drive. After reading these forums, I learned how to change the RAID mode to AHCI. Now my computer sees both hard drives. I was able to boot up from the SATA drive. Yay!
  6. Hello All, I am pretty much a noob when it comes to installing Mac OS on a PC. I've got plenty of experience using the OS, though. I have successfully installed Kalyway 10.5.2 into my custom PC. The motherboard is an MSI K9A2VM. The SATA ports are controlled by SB700. The computer boots fine into Mac OS on my IDE drive but my SATA drive is not recognized. How do I fix this? -Michael
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