Jump to content
Welcome to InsanelyMac Forum

Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to contribute to this site by submitting your own content or replying to existing content. You'll be able to customize your profile, receive reputation points as a reward for submitting content, while also communicating with other members via your own private inbox, plus much more! This message will be removed once you have signed in.


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About jawcl

  • Rank
    InsanelyMac Protégé
  1. Wow, doesn't anyone have the skills to do this? I will pay them for it....
  2. Atheros AR9285

    I am also looking for this driver. Isn't there any way to get it working?
  3. Please, I know this is a large bump but doesn't ANYONE have a solution for one of these cards?
  4. I was wondering if there is support for either one of my network cards? I have a Atheros AR9285 and Marvell Yukon 88E8057. I've looked all over the place and haven't been able to find one thing on it Anybody know? I have a wireless one and a wired one and I would rather have the wireless kext instead, but either one is good. Thanks
  5. Yeah, same here. I also would like to know how to do this.
  6. Can I install Mac OS X on this machine? Specs: Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-720QM Processor at 1.6GHz (2.8GHz Turbo Mode) Memory: 4GB DDR3 SDRAM (2 DIMM) Hard Drive: 500GB (7,200RPM) SATA Hard Drive Optical Drive: Lightscribe Blu-Ray ROM with SuperMulti DVD±R/RW drive with Double Layer Support Networking: Wireless-N Mini Card and Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN (RJ-45) Audio: Built-in Altec Lansing speakers Graphics Card: 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 230M with 18.4 inch screen
  7. Yeah, it's most likely your processor like I said. You could try enabling virtualization in your bios.
  8. It could be your i7 processor. Actually, when I first tried it did the same, also make sure you make it a 16GB like mine to be safe.
  9. I have the same one... What is your hardware and did you do the same exact configuration as I did (1 processor, 512MB RAM, 16GB HDD)? Also, did you type those boot commands?
  10. I am using VMware workstation 7.0.0, this should work with older versions but I have not tested it. Also, this may not work with processors other than Intel Core 2 Duo, Quad, and AMD dual core and quad core. i7 may work and then again may not. ENABLE VIRTUALIZATION IN YOUR BIOS IF YOU CAN. 1. Get an iAtkos ISO (Google is your friend). 2. Download and install VMware Workstation from here: http://downloads.vmware.com/d/info/desktop...workstation/7_0 3. Open VMware Workstation, click New Virtual Machine. 4. Click Custom (advanced) and click Next. 5. Click Next again. 6. Click Installer Disk Image File and then navigate to your .ISO file then click Next. 7. Click Other, FreeBSD and click Next. 8. Name your virtual machine something like iAtkos or Mac and click Next. 9. Don't change anything here, click Next. 10. Use 512MB of RAM and click Next. 11. Click Use bridge networking and click Next. 12. Leave the settings as they are and click Next. 13. Select Create a new virtual hard disk and click Next. 14. Use IDE, and click Next. 15. Make the disk 16GB or larger and click Next. 16. Name it Mac.vmdk and click Next. 17. Click Finish. 18. Now it will boot, wait for the prompt to come up then click in the screen and press F8. Now type put in -v -busratio=7 cpus=1 or type cpus -z to find out how big the busratio should be. 19. Wait for the install screen to load. 20. Okay, installer loaded. Click Utilities, Disk Utility. 21. Click the virtual hard disk and go to Erase then select Mac OS Extended (Journaled) and name it something that is one word like Mac then click erase. 22. Close Disk Utility once the erase is done. 23. Click Continue on the installer then read and agree to the terms. 24. Select your volume you just made and click Continue. 25. Click Customize. Change x86patches -> kernel, add voodoo 9.7.0 only, drivers->system-> sata-ide -> add intel sata/ide. ps/2 mouse/keyboard-> add voodoo ps2 driver. Click Done. 26. Now click Install and wait until it's done. Skip the disk check unless you like to waist time. 27. When it's done (if you are there) click Restart. 28. Boot from the virtual disk and hit F8, then type in -v -f busratio=7 cpus=1 29. For display drivers, refer to this: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t=0&start=0 Enjoy your Mac OS!!!