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paddoO started following Confirmed: X-fi Forte 7.1 working both output and Input
paddoO replied to larabee's topic in General Discussionhey guys, i didnt get all of you. so you're saying use the voodoohda, the spdif out is gonna work? thats all i need, i dont care about jacks. i need a working spdif out - if it uses my x-fi titanium pci-e or onboard gigabyte ep-35-ds3 doesnt matter.
Hey there, first of all, i'd like to say you guys are doing amazing work. Not only youre developing these tools to get osx86 noobcompatible - and i consider myself a hackintosh noob - , youre doing a great job on the support too. I do have problems though: I've put iAtkos v7 on my acer aspire D250. It uses a Broadcom wi-fi - lspci lists it as a 14e4 bcm4310 (it says usb, if thats important). I patched the io80211 kexts to support like anything - the 4310, the 4315 (which it seems to be a clone of). i used mcsmarts skript and checked it with the nano command afterwards - the info.plist lists all the chipsets, seems to be properly patched. Well, it doesnt show up as an airport card though. "about my mac" only recognizes my usb-wifi, but the built-in card just doesnt show up. in the system tray i get a "unknown vendor network card"... the kext does load on startup, this cant be the reason rendering it unusable. any way to get this babe to work? the usb dongle im using right now is kind of crappy. ive read some things about kismac getting it to work, but nothing happens if i scan, no matter which driver i use. I appreciate your help, guys!