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  1. Ok so I found my problem. My MiniPCI Wireless card does not have the Broadcom chipset. Miine is the IntelPro 2100. My built-in wired nic is a broadcom chipset. When I was checking earlier I was in a hurry and just saw the Broadcom and didn't pay enough attention to it. Well I guess that means no wireless for me. Back to the drawing board for me. Thanks for all the help.
  2. So I copied the original AppleAirPort2.kext from Darwin and put it back in the extensions dir to start over. I thrn followed the directions exactly. This time all of the commands executed successfully so I rebooted. After bootup I still have nothing. How can this be, I have the exact same Dell D600 as several others who have gotten it to work. I did however find out that the error I was getting with the foo.c file was due to the fact that I was using TextEdit to make the file and so it was in RTF format even though I changed the extension. So I downloaded TextMate and made the file with it and no more errors. Now if I could only figure out why it's still not working. Help me please! This is the only thing keeping me from being a full time Mac person. Thanks!
  3. Update! Well I actually was able to get this to do all these steps and get the kext to load successfully. Now the problem is it didn't change anything. I still have no wireless in the network config even after rebooting. I also saw someone mention running the AirPort Utility, tried that and it still didn't work. I have checked and verified that my Dell D600 built-in wireless is a BroadCom chipset. What could I possibly be doing so wrong? Is should be possible that we could make this into an install.sh script right? Maybe that would be good for us dummies that can't get it working. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  4. I still can't get this to work. Can someone post the foo.c file the exact way it should look. I think that is my problem. I keep getting an error when I try to do the command that uses that file. I have a Dell D600 so I know this can work on my system. I am using the deadmoo image and have the Maxuss 0.4 patch installed. I can't figure out what is going wrong. This is the only thing I need to never use windows again!!!! Please help. Here is the error I get: foo.c:1: error: parse error before '{' token foo.c:1: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:1: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:1: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:1: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:1: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:2: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:2: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:2: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:2: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:3: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:3: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:3: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:3: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:3: warning: data definition has no type or storage class foo.c:4: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:4: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:4: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:4: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:4: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:5: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: syntax error before "enum" foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7:22: warning: backslash-newline at end of file foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: syntax error at '#' token foo.c:7: error: parse error before "NULL" foo.c:7: error: syntax error at '#' token foo.c:7: error: syntax error at '#' token foo.c:7: error: syntax error at '#' token foo.c:15:14: error: invalid suffix "void" on integer constant foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program foo.c:7: error: stray '\' in program
  5. Well everything was good up until I tried to the last command to test it and then I got this error. tiger-x86:~/work root# sudo kextload -t /System/Library/Extensions/AppleAirport2.kext can't add kernel extension /System/Library/Extensions/AppleAirport2.kext (validation error) (run kextload on this kext with -t for diagnostic output) kernel extension /System/Library/Extensions/AppleAirport2.kext has problems: Validation failures { "Executable file doesn't contain kernel extension code" = true } I am not familiar with MacOS at all. Matter as a fact I have had this installed for about 2 weeks and this is the first time I have ever used MacOS. Any help would be appreciated.
  6. Maxxus has been using the following sites to host his patches. So far so good. Can you get the binary uploaded to one of these places. urls deleted This is a huge step! Thanks to you and everyone else on this site for all your efforts. I can't wait to use this solution since I have a Dell Latitude D600. baricrazi
  7. Green artifacts with QuickTime

    Yep, I can play all of the trailers that you mentioned on the Apple web site using Quicktime with no problems. No artifacts whatsoever, looks great on my system! I might also add that I have been very lucky to not be experiencing many of the problems that many people are talking about. I'm not sure why, but my system is running great. I set up a dual boot with Windows XP and I haven't used XP since I put OSX86 on here yesterday morning. This is so fun!!!
  8. Green artifacts with QuickTime

    I have all the patches installed also and mine works great! The only problem I have had was when I tried to download iTune 4.9 the column on the left where you select your os and click the download button didn't show anything. I was able to get it downloaded by highlighting the area of the page so then I could see what was there. That was using Safari, I installed FireFox and checked it with that and it was fine.
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