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Old thread, but I thought I'd reply with my success in getting the WG111v3 going in OSX 10.6.4 in 64bit kernel space. First of all, I installed the Netgear Network Utility driver for the WG111v3 found on Netgear's webpage. The latest version of the driver is for 10.5 -- install it anyway. When the install is nearly finished it will complain about the realtek .kext not being installed properly. I just ignored that. BEFORE pressing reboot at the end of the Netgear install, copy the .kext pootify posted (http://www.zshare.net/download/74409337b64bf591/) to /S/L/E and run Kext Utility to repair the permissions & rebuild caches. Following this go ahead and finish the Netgear install, which will reboot your machine. Upon reboot, the Netgear Utility should see the WG111v3 and automatically open. You may need to deactivate and reactivate the Netgear device in your Network settings (in System Prefs) to allow the Netgear Utility to take over the wireless stick. You connect to your WLAN through the Netgear Utility. Hopefully this makes some sense! Cheers, Adam