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tprins228

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  1. Generic USB2.0 (EHCI) Driver

    orByte, so hows the leopard version coming. im interested to see what you do with this one. I tried your old one with leopard, obviously it didnt work as planned. anywho thanks for all your hard work. keep it up ps. let me know if u need anything for the leopard install. I had just about every problem go wrong, while doin so, grabbing just about every help file out there for the install. I ended up patching my own disk. worked fine then.
  2. Intel Wireless driver

    logs from latest., MAC is no longer ffffff... its now all just zeros. dmesg.txt ioreg.txt system.txt
  3. worked awesome, the only thing was that i had to get all of my fixes installed again. but it works. anyone think that i could use this method to update to 10.4.10? version_check.tiff
  4. Intel Wireless driver

    just a quick question, i have an idea that might solve some people's wireless problems. now, dont get me wrong, i am a total supporter of this development and its drivers. but for some people, myself included, there are hardware issues. here is my idea. i have an older apple airport card, not the airport express, just the regular airport. this type of card has the ability to fit in a laptop's pcmcia slot. now, to function normally, that is inside of an apple ibook, the card must have the power plug plugged into the top, similar to the 3945 card. would it be possible to take a usb cable, splice it so that it only has the power ability, and rewire an airport power plug onto it? its just a thought. when i get back to work on monday, im going to try it. I have started another topic, here, on this subject as well.
  5. discussion strated in Intel Wireless driver topic here. Here is my idea. i have an older apple airport card, not the airport express, just the regular airport. this type of card has the ability to fit in a laptop's pcmcia slot. now, to function normally, that is inside of an apple ibook, the card must have the power plug plugged into the top, similar to the 3945 card. would it be possible to take a usb cable, splice it so that it only has the power ability, and rewire an airport power plug onto it? its just a thought.
  6. ok, i have mac os x installed on my 2nd hd and vista home premium on my 1st. i was able to install parallels and get it to boot, but the problem is that it gets half way through the boot and shuts down parallels. any ideas on how to fix this?
  7. Intel Wireless driver

    hey guys, its been a while since i tried this but im back. the problem is that i keep getting this same error. i keep getting the fffff.... mac address and there doesnt seem to be any scanning going on. well im just not sure if this is worth continuing on for me. anyone else have any ideas? anyways here are the logs and my networkselector output. Welcome to the insanelyMac SpacePort 0.1 Adapter en1 (ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff) [mode: 0 led: on] 1) Turn card on 2) Network List 3) Switch led 4) Change mode 5) Close Program 0) Refresh Enter Option: 1 Welcome to the insanelyMac SpacePort 0.1 Adapter en1 (ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff) [mode: 0 led: on] 1) Turn card off 2) Network List 3) Switch led 4) Change mode 5) Close Program 0) Refresh Enter Option: dmesg.txt ioreg.txt system.txt
  8. Intel Wireless driver

    Hey, sorry havnt been around for a while, doin some landscaping. well i was doing some reading about everything i missed and realized that a lot has changed. well, i tried the driver and still didnt have any luck. im wondering if maybe someone can decifer some of these logs. im wondering if i have a hardware issue or what. just not sure what to do. well here you go, dont know if they will help, but here they are. dmesg.txt ioreg.txt system.txt
  9. Intel Wireless driver

    logs from latest before restart by use of kextload, nothing workin on networkselector did give a "hello world: send network list" when I tried the #2 option dmesg.txt ioreg.txt system.txt
  10. Intel Wireless driver

    sorry, been away from my computer lately, here are the logs for the latest dmesg.txt ioreg.txt system.txt
  11. Intel Wireless driver

    new logs, no panic, i dont think the networkselector is working, here is the output: Wellcome to the insanelyMac SpacePort 0.1 Adapter en1 (00:00:00:00:00:00) [mode: 1572889 led: on] 1) Turn card off 2) Network List 3) Switch led 4) Change mode 5) Close Program 0) Refresh Enter Option: 1 Wellcome to the insanelyMac SpacePort 0.1 Adapter en1 (00:00:00:00:00:00) [mode: 1572889 led: on] 1) Turn card off 2) Network List 3) Switch led 4) Change mode 5) Close Program 0) Refresh Enter Option: dmesg.txt system.txt
  12. Intel Wireless driver

    heres the logs from the latest, my dmesg and system txt's are a little different, hope this is a good sign!!! dmesg.txt ioreg.txt system.txt
  13. Intel Wireless driver

    so, osx, did you come up with a solution to yours yet? your dmseg was kind of one of a kind.
  14. Intel Wireless driver

    here are the new logs. dmesg.txt ioreg.txt system.txt
  15. Intel Wireless driver

    ok guys, im feeling kind of lost. Im not sure if my card is going anywhere. I even tried one of those Dell Truemobile 1490's for kicks. With that, I got a BIOS error message and couldnt even boot into OSX. btw, anyone know how I can fix that? like, is there any BIOS that I can flash to my laptop so it wont give me the error?(i have a dv8000) Anyway, java and you other coders, you are GODS!!! i just need to know if anyone thinks mine and others with my same problem are going to have a chance on this stuff. its just seems that my dmesg's arent matching up and that the MAC address stuff isnt working. o well, im not trying to complain, i have almost everything else on my laptop working. anyway, here are the logs for the latest version posted. thanx again to all. dmesg.txt ioreg.txt system.txt
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