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    CardBus/PCMCIA PC Cards for Leopard

    Indeed all work like they should, speeds are great, and I did about tests with 4 different network cards, PCcards, etc etc, all seem to work flawlessly I knew you were great, the 2 weeks waiting period wasn't such a problem anyhow no more switching over kext to get the wired, or wireless running btw here are the original IAkos kexts you requested. I had a busy weekend, I'm sorry for the late reaction. Backup.zip
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    CardBus/PCMCIA PC Cards for Leopard

    i'll upload em tomorow/tonight if i get home
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    CardBus/PCMCIA PC Cards for Leopard

    I've got the same issue as tattootroy, my dv5285ea (dv5000 series) works with the kext as stated in his signature. I'm running towards the exact same problems, my ethernet is being killed asap i load that kext, and back alive if i use the other one. both kext load perfectly on boot, (appears to be loadable and is already loaded on boot) what i get from my PCCard in the system log is the folowing: Nov 24 21:48:50 localhost kernel[0]: IOPCCardBridge::start failed Nov 24 21:48:50 localhost kernel[0]: FireWire (OHCI): start - unable to get device memory with kind regards,
  4. Same here, I've got the HP dv5285ea (dv5000 series) fully working after some patching (usb, natit, etc ...) but the stupid thing is, my ethernet is down too when using this kext, the wireless is working, but when i replace this kext with the other one i once installed to get my wired ethernet working, the wired ethernet is back to "cable unplugged" issue *Edit* I actually fixed my usb problems through changing some IOUSBFamily kext (AppleEhci) and replaced it with a kext found here on this forum PCEHCI or something like that not sure anymore
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    Intel PRO/100 VE NIC

    Whoohoow I got this card working using: My vendor and nic ID ( 1092 and 8086) I added those in the kext plist, and changed the first 0xffff0fff to 0xffffffff ^^ Now it says connected and such instead of saying "Cable Disconnected" All the time. (using osx86 10.5.4 (updating to 10.5.5 right now to check if that works too) ) EDIT: Well it seems i shouldn't have done the update to 10.5.5 as it gives me a kernel error on my HPET's Kernel panic all the way so I'll just keep it to the 10.5.4 version i'm running right now