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About bci24sg22

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  1. Microphone problem

    Did you get your sound working?
  2. Apple hda for my IDT

    Is any chance making IDT 92HD75B2X5 working with AppleHDA?
  3. GTX 480 and Lion OS X

    I have also a GTX 480. I connected the PC with my Sony Bravia KDL40EX720 TV using the DVI - HDMI cable. In Windows works great. In OS Lion 10.7.3 i don`t have sound, when i change the resolution to 720P the edges are left outside the screen. Any ideas how to fix this?
  4. HP/Compaq WIFI whitelist 104 error

    On hp forums will not find what you are looking for....at least i didn't get. I was having the same problem...you can try this forum ( you can found good stuff ) Cheers!
  5. ATHEROS AR5007 (Aspire 150 Working w/Kismac)

    Never mind...i changed with a Broadcom BCM94321MC which now is recognized as an airport extreme. Cheers!
  6. Aspire 5610z-2762, Atheros AR5007EG (168c,001c)

    I found on other forum my bios modified which is removing the "WhiteList" from HP. Now i have a working wifi (airport extreme) :censored2:
  7. IDT HDA audio kext

    Please somebody help me with that kernel panic. :censored2:
  8. never mind.....forget about this stupid wifi card. I get a Broadcom BCM94321MC and is recognized as an airport extreme. Cheers!
  9. Aspire 5610z-2762, Atheros AR5007EG (168c,001c)

    I just get the BCM94321MC card but guess what, the laptop don't recognized. When power the laptop i get the error: 104 unupported wireless network device detected. system halted. remove device and restart I replace the Atheros AR5007 from my CQ61-125EQ with a Broadcom BCM94321MC. I have the latest bios F.23 installed. If i can pass the bios check the wifi will work. (I have unplug the wifi card, power the pc and when the bootloader is show - GRUB - i plug the wifi card then boot into Windows 7 and everythink is working fine. The card is recognized and working well. HP have a whitelist of wifi card witch only that cards work. If i can somehow pass the bios test will be perfect. I found this solution, but i am not sure if it's realy safe to do it: First off if you don't have linux installed you will need to go to www.knoppix.org and download KNOPPIX_V3.8.2-2005-05-05-EN.iso, then burn the cd You need to have the card install during the boot sequence so, have your laptop open and bootup, when you see the boot:_ line insert the card then press enter. Knoppix will autodetect the card & the bios wont complain. Once knoppix has booted: Click on the penguin on the taskbar and select "Root Shell", then the following command (from now on any line that begins with a # is a command to be typed at the Root prompt: #iwconfig You will get a list of ethernet adapters, eth0, eth1 etc. The wireless one should be quite obvious from the text displayed after it with all the wireless parameters! #ethtool -e ethX Obviously replace the 'X' with the index of your wireless card you found above. You will get a hex dump of the 256 bytes of EEPROM data. Note: There is nothing dangerous in the above steps at all. If you want to writing to your EEPROM (You can seriously screw your card up so be careful ): #mkdir /usr/tmp #cd /usr/tmp #wget http://www.geocities.com/sonyirclib/ipw2200.tar.gz > N.B. This file has already been patched to allow writing to the eeprom #tar xvzf ipw2200.tar.gz #cd ipw2200-1.0.3 #sh unload #sh load Now all that you need to do is write to the eeprom. If your card is from Europe: #ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x2200 offset 0x8 value 0xf6 #ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x2200 offset 0x9 value 0x12 #ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x2200 offset 0xa value 0x3c #ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x2200 offset 0xb value 0x10 If it is from the US: ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x2200 offset 0x8 value 0xf5 ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x2200 offset 0x9 value 0x12 ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x2200 offset 0xa value 0x3c ethtool -E eth0 magic 0x2200 offset 0xb value 0x10 N.B. the -E must be uppercase for writing to work. Now reboot your computer and you should no longer get the error 104...!
  10. Intel Wireless Drivers [OSx86]

    I am using OS Lion on a Compaq 610 too and have an Intel Wifi 5100 AGN (8086:4237). So i guess this card will never work on Lion, right?
  11. ATHEROS AR5007 (Aspire 150 Working w/Kismac)

    Anyone has got working AR5007/AR5001 (AR5007 recognized in Windows 7) and AR5001 (recognized in Ubuntu) 168c:001c in Lion???? Any chance that this card will work in Lion?
  12. Aspire 5610z-2762, Atheros AR5007EG (168c,001c)

    Any news about AR5007 (168c:001c) ? I have that wifi and don't work in Lion. If someone have the kext for this wifi, please upload. Thank you.
  13. IDT HDA audio kext

    Thank you very much!!! Finally i can get some sound. The sound its working but i get to much kernel panics. In System Profile the audio looks strange like this: In System Preferences --> Sound like this: How can i get rid of that kernel panic???
  14. Thans jasballz for the tutorial. I use the tutorial for the Atheros to make it work. I am using Lion 10.7.1 I have the same wifi (168c:001c) In windows 7 i see it as AR5007 in Linux AR5001. I installed the IO80211Family.kext. In System Preferences --> Network now it appears (attached screenshot). I tried with kisMac but it doesn't see my card. Any ideas to make it work?