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cym0ej12 posted a topic in OSx86 10.7 (Lion)Hello everyone, I'm trying to figure out why my card doesn't work anymore after updating my mac installation from 10.7.2 to 10.7.4 using a combined version of the mac I downloaded from apple.com. My network card is a Realtek RTL8168. I've tried different kexts and packages so far but to no success. I had 10.7.4 installed before and I managed to make it work very easily last time. I just installed a kext using the ###### app. I have built and rebuilt the permission over and over again. Still no success. Does anyone have any suggestions to what else I should try to make it work? Thanks in advance. Just in case you need my computer information: Compaq CQ61-112SL (kinda bad ) Graphics: GMA4500HD - Mobile Intel 4 Series Chipset Family Wireless: AR5007 802.11 b/g (can't make this work either) Ethernet: Realtek RTL8168 CPUs: 2 X Intel Pentium Dual CPU T3400 @2.16GHz
Hi, I've got an issue for which I can't seem to find a solution. I had OS X Mavericks 10.9 installed on a hard drive connected to my HP ENVY dv6-7247cl via a SATA-to-USB 3.0 cable. After using the 10.9.4 combo update, I get a black screen when I boot. I have sound (I can push the volume buttons on my laptop and hear the typical accompanying click), so I'm assuming I'm reaching the desktop fine. The screen, however, is absolutely blank. When I boot using verbose mode, I can spot no errors that might be related to the problem. In fact, the readout proceeds and ends like one would expect, only it's followed by blackness. The boot flags I currently use are -v, ncpi=0x2000, cpus=1, and dart=0. I've also tried GraphicsEnabler=Yes and GraphicsEnabler=No, though neither seems to help. Specs are in my sig. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! (Also, any fixes for those boot flags I'm having to use—cpus=1, especially—would be awesome.) Thanks, TatsuArekku
É isso ai galera, finalmente saiu o update do OS X, versão 10.9.2. Download do site oficial da Apple. Versão Normal. Versão Combo. OBS: Lembre-se, se você já usa a versão 10.9.1, pode baixar a versão normal. Agora se está usando a versão 10.9.0 pode baixar a Combo, pois já vem tudo incluso, porem o arquivo é um pouco mais pesado. OBS 2: Se estiver usando 10.9.1 pode instalar a Combo, pois não dá problema algum.