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  1. Working on Snow Leopard 10.6.7 (Lenovo z560 Core i3) Sorry to bump an old thread, but I thought/hope that this information may be as useful to someone in the future as this thread has been for me today. — In Snow Leopard 10.6.7 have Expresscard (F5D8073ea) plugged into Expresscard slot. — Download driver dmg (STA_RT2860D-1.2.2.0UI-3.0.0.0_2010_05_18.dmg) — Install the 10.5 Leopard driver and restart. — On boot, Ralink Wireless Utility automatically loaded and found my router. — Input password network key and it was connected. As simple as that. I hope this helps any Snow Leopard users out there, I also wonder if it would work in Lion/MountainLion?
  2. The 10.6.7 combo update fixed this. Not sure if rosetta is there or not, but the installers run now. I had not initially installed the update due to KP on boot. The fix was to remove SleepEnabler.kext from S/L/E before updating. I replaced sleep enabler with a new one found on these forums specifically for 10.6.7. I now have what appears to be a fully functioning SnowLeo OS! Sound, Sleep, Full resolution, Internet, All works great! I hope this helps someone out, perhaps they have a similar problem and stumble across this. Cheers!
  3. Hi, I have got my OSX up and running great, I have everything running perfect on my Lenovo z560 thanks to this great post by mastershredder http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=244963 I can install apps that recommend Snow Leopard fine, but older ones that need Rosetta to run do not install. I am specifically trying to install FontLab. On the website here it says you need to have Rosetta for it to run in Snow Leopard. Other tutorials state that when running older apps that need Rosetta, the installer should ask me if I want to use Rosetta. I do not get this option. The installer bounces in the dock for a while and then I get the warning message: "FontLab Installer has quit unexpectedly" (Ignore) (Report) (Reopen) is given as options. I wonder if there is a way to install Rosetta or any other way to install/run old PPC applications on my Hackintosh. Thanks for reading, and big thanks to all the authors of great tutorials that have got me this far. Big shout out to mastershredder for the Lenovo z560 tutorial, you rock! PS. Some tutorials say that you can install Rosetta from the OSX installation disc; My hazard_10.6.6i installer does not seem to have this option; I have checked. Cheers!
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