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  1. So I did a fresh install, and selected everything to match my specs INCLUDING the Dell Wireless. I still have wireless, but its really slow and seems to drop connection. Its making updating a pain in the butt.
  2. So, If I install 10.9.1 again, run the installer, should I use the SSDT that worked from the old package, or should I select one of the wireless options.
  3. I forgot to mention that I copied my SSDT from the earlier Dell Package you had on here before the installer. I put that in the clover patched spot and my wireless worked. After I reran the package on 10.9.2 and lost wireless, I tried to put the old SSDT's back. No dice.
  4. Ok, quick update. I re-installed Mavericks by scratch, no problems. I then ran the installer, Motherboard -> Intel, Daughterboard -> Renesas/Fresco, Wireless->(Left Blank), Disable Hibernation, System Profiler -> Dell Inspirion N4110, Applications -> All After this finished I rebooted, and Clover booted into Mavericks fine, I had wireless and USB 3.0 was working. This was on 10.9.1 I update to 10.9.2, and wireless was still working, sound was working, USB 3.0 was working, but my LCD brightness wasn't changing. So I ran the Dell installer again, Deselecting everything except Daughterboard -> Renesas/Fresco and Motherboard -> Intel. I rebooted, and lone and behold, my brightness worked, but my wireless card was not being detected. I figure its either from me installing it twice, or 10.9.2 being a pain in the behind. I tore apart the PKG file and saw the brightness Kext, so I was wondering if that will fix the brightness without making me run the installer again.
  5. I installed the original package before I updated to 10.9.2, and everything worked fine. After updating, I installed the updated package, and that fixed the sound issue with sleep, but the other things still didn't work. According to the Dell site and my service tag, Renesas 2.1.27.0/ Fresco 3.4.6.0, A04 is given for the Chipset drivers. Ill try your new installer package, and report back ASAP. Edit: Well, the USB 3.0 worked, but it made my Atheros AR5B195 card not be detected anymore. What I am going to do is do a full reinstall with that new installer package and report back.
  6. Hi, I have a Dell 14r (N4110) and after updating to 10.9.2 it seems to have broken a few things. I still can't get my USB 3 working, and the patch you guys showed in the picture didn't resolve that. Also, I have noticed that after updating to 10.9.2, my webcam seems to have broke as well. Any ideas?
  7. i don't have a ps/2 slot and being a laptop, keyboard is built in. Mouse is wireless usb. Should i plug in my other usb keyboard?
  8. Compaq Presario v6000 Cpu: turion 64 single core ss3 single core mem:2gigs ddr2 Gforce go 6150/ nforce 410/430 MCP Well i burned an ideneb Dvd (1.3) on my computer and it said "still looking for root device". So then i put the nforce patch on, booted the disk up put in -v and it creates an error something like this: appleps2.controller:timed out on mouse input stream appleps2keyboard:unexpected acknowledge from ps/2 controller *freeze* well anyway what do i do? I know this is a rethread but i am really wanting to use mac for the first time! Any Suggestions?
  9. seth_reaver

    New Problem on Ideneb 1.3 (my laptop)

    is this a rare unfixable problem?
  10. compaq presario v6000 Cpu: turion 64 mem:2gigs Gforce go 6150 Well i burned an ideneb Dvd (1.3) on my computer and it said "still looking for root device". So then i put the nforce patch on, booted the disk up put in -v and it creates an error something like this: appleps2.controller:timed out on mouse input stream appleps2keyboard:unexpected acknowledge from ps/2 controller *freeze* well anyway what do i do?
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