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  1. Hi everybody, im trying to install mountain lion 10.8 on my PC (i5 2300, asus p8H67, nvidia 560ti) I've made a booteable USB drive from a vmware mountain lion based system, with ###### and the original mountain lion from the app store When i tried to boot with it, i can only reach the screen with the apple logo for a few seconds, and then, the computer goes to "sleep" (with the monitor suspended), and nothing happened, i also tried with -v , but the same thing happened Any idea? Thanks a lot, and sorry for my english
  2. Buona sera, innanzi tutto vorrei fare una presentazione perchè sono nuovo di questo forum! Mi chiamo dolce93, e ho 20 anni! Comunque, vorrei avere qualche suggerimento riguardo all'installazione di iatkos_l2 sul mio pc. Il mio pc è un asus k53s i5, scheda video gt540m , 6 gb ram. Il mio problema è che quando avvio il dvd di iatkos non funziona il touchpad del pc e se collego un mouse tramite usb la freccetta va a caso! Come posso risolvere questo problema? Grazie mille in anticipo
  3. Hi All, I have a dell vostro 1450 laptop, and successfully managed to install iATKOS L2 with everything working except wifi. Can someone point me to how I can get wifi to work ? I have tried a variety of kexts (atheros and broadcom ones) none of them work. Bluetooth is working fine. The wifi chip is a "Dell 1702 or 1702 wifi adapter". I also have a netgear n150 usb adapter even that seems not working. I just need wifi, can anyone help me getting it working?
  4. Ok, so... I'm running across this issue... I'm CURRENTLY running a 10.7.1 OS X Lion on this: Mobo: BioStar G31D-M7 [Latest BIOS Upgrade] Ram: 2GB Installed on single channel Mac OS X 10.7.1 installed on a SATA HDD [320GB] What's working: - Ethernet - Audio - Video - Youtube [via HTML5] - [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] I originally tried to upgrade from 10.7 to 10.7.5 but that was a COMPLETE disaster, as I was welcomed with "Still Waiting For Root Device" time after time after time So I baby-stepped it -- reinstalled Mac OS X 10.7 [due to a smart backup on another HDD that had 10.6.8 installed onto it] and tried to upgrade from 10.7.1 > 10.7.2... "Still Waiting For Root Device" I've seen the AHCI fix for this, but... I'm not exactly sure if that's compatible with my MOBO. Any chance that 10.7.1 will be the HIGHEST upgrade possible for this old machine???
  5. Haral

    Mountain Lion su P8Z68-V Pro

    Salve a tutti, volevo chiedervi una cosa. Attualmente ho installato Windows 7 in un hard disk, ora voglio installare su un altro hard disk mountain lion. Posso usare questa guida?
  6. My iAtkos L2 disk boots fine, I am selecting all the necessary packages, and I install. However, when it gets to about 8 minutes remaining, the installer will freeze, and after a while the computer will reboot. The iAtkos partition won't boot, it kernel panics if I let it go to the apple logo, and if I -v it gets stuck on Tarugas HDAEnabler. I figured it was something to do with the installer not completing, but how do I get it to finish? I tried erasing re installing, this time it got to about 3 minutes before freezing and rebooting, still not able to boot. My computer is a sager np8130/clevo p151hm1 intel i7 2360qm nvidia gtx560m
  7. Hey guys im trying install os x on my laptop but when i boot i got this screen
  8. federico1996

    Webcam HP

    Hi, I recently installed Mac OS X 10.7.2 Lion on my notebook HP ENVY dv6-7320el. I was wondering if there was an "universal" driver pack for the webcam. I have a built-in webcam (HP Truevision HD) and I can't find the drivers anywhere. Also, I don't know where to search the drivers for my GPU (nVidia GeForce GT 635M); without them the UI is a bit laggy. I tried to use the search function but I didn't find something remarkable. Any help will be appreciated, thank you so much
  9. Hello world. OK, so I have been trying to install 10.7.3 on my computer... But I can't get to the install, or GUI for that matter. Now, this is not my first time hackintoshing. I'm going to spare the long story, but... AMD hackintoshing is a 'process'. I've successfully installed Snow Leopard (10.6.2, took a few days), and haven't successfully installed Mountain Lion... So, I boot from the DVD, and it says something along the lines of "Press any key to boot, or F8 to define boot options"... Something like that. Anyway, I press F8, and type in: "Kernel Cache"=\amd arch=i386 -v And it starts loading, and then reboots. It doesn't even reach the console. It just instantly reboots. If I don't type anything in, and press enter, it waits for about 2 seconds, the screen flashes white, and it reboots. I've tried removing the graphics card, removing ram, GraphicsEnabler=no, npci=2x000.... And my BIOS settings are as accurate as they get. I don't have the option to set the sleep state to S3, and no AHCI option. I have my SATA mode set as 'Native IDE Mode'... HPET is enabled. Any ideas? Thanks. Specs in sig.
  10. buenas noches, quisiera que por favor me ayudaran a ver cual es la mejor tarjeta de video para instalarla en mi hackintosh con Lion 10.7.3 (iatkos L2), pero quiero actualizar a 10.7.5, quiero que le funcione el QE/IC y no tenga que hacer tantas cosas para que funcione. He estado viendo en el wiki de osx86project y he visto que la Geforce 610 1gb trabaja perfectamente, pero no se de que manufacturer sea (tiene algo que ver que sean de diferentes?) y tambien he visto que la Geforce 210 1gb ddr3 funciona tambien, pero quisiera que me ayudaran, mi hardware: Mobo: intel DG31PR Procesador: intel Quad-core 2.3 ghz HDD: Hitachi 1Tb Sonido: intel HD Network: Realtek 8110 Todo Funicona a la perfeccion, solo las graficas integradas (por eso comprare una compatible), quisiera que me ayudaran. PD: alguna guia de como actualizar a 10.7.5? he leido que es sin problemas pero tengo miedo gracias de antemano
  11. Famouzzman

    Probleme beim Booten von Lion. Hilfe

    Hallo Ich habe I Aktos L2 auf meinem PC installiert und nach dem startem kommt erstmal das Apple Logo und dieser drehende Kreis. Beim erstem mal stand da auch noch "Unsupported Card". Meint der damit die Grafikkarte,? Mein PC: Intel I5 2500K 4x4Ghz ATI HD 6950 1GB von Powercolor 8GB Ram AsRock P67 Pro3 Bitte um hilfe
  12. Apologies if this is in the incorrect forum! This isn't my first hackintosh, but my first post on this forum. It's not a question, it's not even a guide - it's actually just my experiences installing this time around. I ran in to some really common problems, and I'm hoping that perhaps people googling can see how easy they are to deal with. I'm also using it as a thank you to this whole community. If this is any good I'll do a similar one when I replace my Dell Mini (1011) LCD and dual boot it with Xubuntu. Specs (Early 2009 Build - So pretty low-spec): Motherboard: Asus PD5SD2-VM Processor: Intel Celeron Dual Core 2.0Ghz Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GT520 1GB RAM: 2x 2GB Crucial DDR2 Modules Hard Disk Drive: SATA Based Optical Disk Drive: SATA Based Wifi USB Adaptor: Asus WL167g V3 Windows 8 Installation I ran the windows installer first as I knew it would probably be rather temperamental with installing on a disk formatted in a way it doesn't expect; however I made a bit of a boo-boo and forgot to make another partition for Mac OS X. (I left half the disk drive unformatted; so essentially free space) The windows 8 installation was done via a USB drive made with WinUSB and was rather uneventful. (If anyone's thinking of trying windows 8; my advice is don't bother. I hate it. It's like a tablet computer had sex with a desktop and it had an inbred child who couldn't make his mind up what he wanted to be.*) I installed my essential apps (Developer tools mainly.) and set forth on the hackintosh journey once more! Lion Installation This is where the first problem occurred: I couldn't make a suitable bootable media. In the past I used my Fedora box and ran 'dd' to transfer the disk image, but this wasn't working this time. I took a punt with Transmac and it paid off - I soon had my DVD burned. I hit the usual 'Waiting for root disk' error - so checked my BIOS and realised I hadn't set my BIOS settings correctly. I soon booted into the DVD and found that Disk Utility couldn't partition the free space on my hard drive; this was quickly fixed by using diskpart from the Windows 8 command line. I know using "distro" hackintosh packages is the source of a huge debate, but I went for iAtkos purely for simplicity. Let me tell you something though; when people say DVD is slower than USB as an installation media - they're on to something! This was a horrifically slow installation; or it seemed like it.* If you're like me though, you'll be pleased to get that far! My second issue with the installation was the dreaded '[PCI Configuration begin]' hang - this was fixed the 'npci=0x2000' boot flag though. When I rebooted post-install everything was working out of the box. Previously, with the same hardware and same OS I had to install VoodooHDA to handle audio; not this time! My mouse didn't want to work during the set-up though, so I had to use my keyboard only - when I eventually booted in to the desktop it worked though. I rebooted to ensure everything was working fine when I hit a snag - F718x: Fintek: Found unsupported chip. I rebooted several times and always hit this before a kernel panic; they say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing multiple times expecting a different outcome; and this most certainly was driving me insane. I managed to boot in to single user mode however, and remove the kext that was causing the issue... mount / cd /System/Library/Extensions/SuperIOFamily.kext/Contents/Plugins/ rm -rf F718x.kext reboot Upon another restart I was finally in a working environment. I was still having to use that npci boot flag though - so I edited the chameleon boot.plist file like so.. $ cd /Extra/ $ sudo nano org.chameleon.Boot.plist ... <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string>-v npci=0x2000</string> … Next up was installing the drivers for my ASUS WL167g V3 - this was flawless, simply using the drivers from the ASUS website. This little USB adaptor cost a mere 7GBP - and I love it like a mother loves her child. So now I had a working system; but there was still one little hitch - I was running 10.7.2 when I really wanted to be running the latest and greatest 10.7.4; so now for the real part I was dreading… updating! I downloaded the combo update from the apple website and ran it; whilst it was running I generally twiddled my thumbs, played with my gum where a wisdom tooth has rudely decided to penetrate and hoped for the best.. It wasn't the best time to be thinking 'Oh {censored}, wasn't I going to make an image of my partition as soon as I got this system running?'! When the update was finished installing I ran ######, at this point I will admit - I didn't know what to actually install. After all - everything worked out of the box to begin with, and I don't know exactly what voodoo magic was making my system work! Still, I decided now would be a good time to install the NVidia support for GT5** cards, some bootloader themes and FakeSMC just incase it was messed up during the update. I then rebooted and prayed for the best... Uh oh! 'IntelCPUMonitor: can't add key to fake SMC device' and a kernel panic. I booted up in Single User Mode and removed the IntelCPUMonitor.kext before restarting and re-running ###### - installing FakeSMC and FakeSMC plugins again. I also went and deleted F718x.kext again, as ###### re-installed it as one of the FakeSMC plugins. This time AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement was throwing kernel panics. I figured that NullCPUPowerManagement was doing a job and they might be clashing, so I moved ApplePUPowerManagement to another directory in single user mode. Reboot.. and the same. I went and laid in bed, it was 0430 and I was admitting defeat. I laid there cursing every damn .kext file that existed. Then, a sudden rush of excitement came over me, and being a persistent son of a {censored} I marched over to my PC and fixed it once and for all. I booted into Single user mode and placed AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext back in it's rightful place and removed IntelCPUMonitor. Reboot… it works. Flawlessly. I chuckled to myself as though I had defeated an army that was trying to ruin my attempts at world domination. I then set about finally installing xCode, Chrome, Github and some more geekery before declaring a job well done. Last step? Updating the OSx86 10.7.0 HCL of course! In the next episode Marmite discovers that his Windows 8 partition now won't boot - due to a Boot Configuration Data (BCD) issue. Will our protagonist fix it? Will he use EasyBCD? What about those annoying niggles such as keyboard layouts? Stay tuned for post-installation gossip.. Lessons Learnt: - Partition your hard drive completely at the beginning, even if you create the second partition in FAT32 or NTFS - Disk Utility will be able to erase these partitions, but will not be able to create a new partition from free space! - Create a restore point in Windows; this is obvious but it didn't occur to me. Windows WILL {censored} and moan when you boot in to it again; and if it's windows 8 you have no choice but to let it roll back to a previous restore point. - Updates. Can. Be. A. Pain. In. The. Ass. (If not handled correctly! Prior googling would've led me to see this was actually quite a common problem I experienced.) -The OSX86/hackintosh community is second to none. Often with some of the best technical discussions I've seen on the internet; much of it due to many people who are only too willing to lend a hand and try and troubleshoot when the original poster won't even utter a thank you; on behalf of all those posters who have forgot to say Thanks, or have argued with the advice they've received, I'd like to say Thanks. It's not often you can spend 5 seconds on google and almost definitely get an answer to a query. Issues - all of which can be fixed when I get around to it no doubt: - My RAM isn't picked up correctly; 333Mhz apparently - but this is a minor issue! - Similarly, upon booting the System partition of Windows 8 is auto-mounted; a bit annoying - Booting without -v gives me a kernel panic…!? *My girlfriend went as far as being 'Oh, Macs look awful and confusing - I'd never spend money on a mac when a PC is so cheaper' to 'Wow, that's just convinced me to go Mac when that is out.' when she saw Windows 8. **As a side note on installation times, when I was working as an ACMT at an AASP I was taught that on a Leopard installation it was not unusual to wait up to an hour for the installer to move from the '40 minute' mark. I'm not sure if this is still the case today (I'm no longer an ACMT) but that's a little factoid that may come in useful!
  13. Ho un problema nel configurare la scheda grafica in questione, ovvero: ho installato lion con Chameleon 2.1 ed Extra Folder. Ho aggiornato a Lion 10.7.2 con successo. Per fargli riconoscere la scheda video ho rimosso i due file GeForce7xxx.kext NVDAResmanG7xxx.kext da sistema/libreria/extensions ho inserito in org.chameleon.Boot.plist questo: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>GenerateCStates</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>GeneratePStates</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>Kernel</key> <string>mach_kernel</string> <key>Kernel Flags</key> <string></string> <key>GraphicsEnabler</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>Graphics Mode</key> <string>1920x1080x32</string> <key>EthernetBuiltIn</key> <string>Yes</string> </dict> </plist> Ora la risoluzione la tiene e mi fa scegliere tutte le altre, solo che quando vado su Safari tutti i siti in flash non funzionano e siti come twitter o google preview vanno in refresh continuo (fino a provocare la segnalazione errori). Ho provato con Firefox e mi da lo stesso errore. Ho rimosso GraphicsEnabler, perde la scheda video dal sistema, perde la risoluzione ma flash e i siti internet funzionano bene... Qualcuno sa come posso risolvere? Grazie mille ragazzi
  14. Hello i have a Sony VPCF11M1E, i saw that there is a long topic about this for SL (with the notebook partially working on SL) but nothing on Lion. i tried myself to make it work with ###### and ITAKOS L2 but i get stuck on pci configuration error while booting (tried a lot of combination with the varios boot options). Some guy managed to make to pass this error adding two kexts but it has problem with Still waiting for root device, so i guess it's a problem with the chipest (It's a PM55). Any suggestion? main specs: cpu i5 520m 8gb ram geforce gt330m
  15. Hiya everyone, With some help of the excellent guides on this forum (thanks so much for that, it is great for newbies!) I managed to get my first Hackintosh running. I am now writing this from OSX 10.7.2. I love it. I'm just having a few minor issues that I'd like to solve, and I hoped you guys could help me out! (yes, I did do research and checked the forums, but I couldn't find anything yet.) Whenever I boot my Mac, it either gets stuck after DSMOS has arrived and it says "NTFS Volume etc.", or it takes a long time and then eventually boots up the GUI. Also, when it finally boots (this usually takes 3 minutes from the point it reads "NTFS") I see the GUI, and all the programs initialize (like Spotify etc.) and my mouse moves, but clicking or typing on the keyboard doesn't work for about a minute. I'd hope to solve that, just like the following problem: Sometimes, and this more often doesn't work than does, when I try to copy something from 1 place to another, the copy dialog comes up, but it'll read "Zero bytes from ...", and stay like that. Clicking Stop doesn't stop it, the only stopping is done true "killlall Finder" in the Terminal. Also, Text Edit doesn't start up, but this is not such a problem. My system: AMD Athlon x4 640 AsRock M3A770DE (AMD 770 NB, SB710) 4GB ram, ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GT 430. I have installed iAtkos L2 through installing Snow Leopard first, then running the Lion installer and replacing the mach_kernel by this one: http://www.osx86.net...md!!!!!!!!.html (version4, that's what the guide I used, http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/278181-amd-1073-guide-experimental-only/, recommended) The boot flags I use are as follows (yes, I also run it in verbose mode for the time being) : -legacy -v arch=i386 npci=0x3000 I hope you guys could help me out getting my Lion to run stable, would be great! Thanks in advance, Daan
  16. Hello, What I want to do is installing mac os x lion on my dell dimensions 8400 with iAtkos L1 (downloaded last week). But, when i boot on the external disk (because it don't work on a dvd) the screen frezes. And the computer stop working. What can i do ? Thanks (if you speak french, you can go to my french topic !)
  17. Hello, I have followed the tutorials on this forum and I have successfully insatlled OS X Lion (10.7.5) on my AMD PC. Here is my PC Configuration. MoBo - MSI 785GM-E51 Processor - AMD Phenom II x4 955 Black Edition Graphics - Asus GeForce 560 Ti Direct Cu II Audio - ALC889 Ram - Kingston (4x2) 8 GB Bootloader - Chameleon v2.2 rev 2263 I am running on Bronzovka 10.7.5 Kernel RC 13 I have tried all the possible solutions in this forum but I am unable to get sound output. I even tried using VoodooHDA Loader but it shows Digital Out in the output devices but still not sound output. Please Help... P.S: I am attaching my DSDT file if it is of any help.dsdt.aml.zip
  18. Hi, The situation: I installed Mac Lion 10.7 and have the following things working using kexts CPU all cores using VoodooTSCSync (thanks to members of this forum) Audio using VoodooHDA 2.7.2 Graphics, I think the graphics kext is NVClockX or GeForce or NVDAResman - With QE/CI PS2 VoodooPS2... (not needed if I turn USB Legacy to off from BIOS) WiFI IO80211 IONetworkingFamily (AirPortAtheros40.kext) Everything works nice (except battery, brightness, bluetooth and ethernet which I can live without) I read around on how to install 10.8 and I read that 64bit drivers would work fine on it. Well, I checked my drivers and they were all 64bit. So next I prepared an installation USB from the ML bought from app store and after a few tries I managed to install Mountain Lion and launch it without any kernel panics. I tried to install the kexts I use for my Lion partition. Few of them worked (PS2, TSCSync) Many didn't work (Graphics, WiFi, Audio) This also happened when I updated to 10.7.5 from 10.7.4 (fortunately Time Machine works very good in these cases) My question is: What are the requirements for the kexts to work? Is being 64bit enough? Am I doing something wrong? Any help is appreciated. Thanks PS: here is a screenshot of 10.7.2 in action I've attached the kexts I use if anyone else has my hardware or the same model laptop Toshiba Satellite C660-1MG i3 2310m, GeForce 315m 1GB, 4GB DDR3 1333MHz, Toshiba Audio Will update for the correct WiFi card, BT card (both Atheros), Lan (Realtek), working.zip
  19. Salve a tutti, Sarei interessato a mettere mac os X lion su questa mia configurazione: MB: Asus rampage IV extreme (EFI Bios) VB: Nvidia ge-force GTX 580 CPU: intel i7 3930k @3.8 GHz (overclocked) (sanybridge) RAM: kingstone DDR3 2x8(?) @ 1333MHz Audio: logitech G36 (USB) Wireless: realtek RTL 8192SE LAN: intel 82579V BTH: Asus bluetooth Mouse: Trust Predator (USB) KB: Logitech G19 Screen: LG Flatron W2442PA (full HD) (TYPE: AHCI) 1HDD: Patriot Pyro SE (SSD, windows) 2HDD: WDC WD20EARX-00P CD: SH-S223B (Se servon altre info basta chiederle) E vorrei installare qui Mac OS X Lion (per ora), in concomitanza con Windows 7 premium. Nonostante abbia un po' di esperienza anche sugli hackintosh e non poca sui PC (son un ingegnere informatico), questa configurazione che mi son fatto sembra la prima (a legger dal web) su cui venga installato un hackintosh. Ho (a prove) configurato il BIOS in modo da far partire l'installazione (in pratica andava disattivato un controller e la CPU Spread Spectrum). Solo che quando installo iAktos (lion) al riavvio (ho provato con vari kext ma nulla) ottengo un kernel panic. Con ideneb (1.6), invece, ottengo in installazione l'errore "Still waith for root device", che se non erro indica che non vede i dischi (son certo sian in AHCI). Cosa mi consigliate di fare?
  20. scayetan

    Lion on HP 8540w

    Hi all, I have just finished the installation of hackintosh on my laptop based on Lion Installation was easy and laptop is up and running. Bluetooth is working fine I was able to establish a internet connection over PAN By the way I do not have any : - audio - ethernet / wifi - screen resolution/display correctly set - a way to use the keyboard and trackpad of my laptop. For the moment I have a keyboard + mouse connected to USB Is someone can help me to fix these issues and thanks to provide me a detailed procedure to enable them. I'm newby on mac-on-pc Many thanks Sebastien
  21. I am all tired and frustrated trying to install mountain lion 10.8.3 (mac app store app) on this build CPU - corei3 530 @2.99ghz MOBO-intel DH55TC GFX-Sapphire HD7770 ghz edition 8 GB ram @1333mhz 2.75tb HDD space spanning 4 hdds. Ive had no luck trying different build/install guides that i googled and also the tools available at "other" forums. The problem is that the installation just wont start..keeps still at "DSMOS has arrived" ive tried various boot flags on chameleon but to no avail. What the hell am i missing? HELP!! is a hackintosh at all possible with the above specs?? thanks is advance. P.S - I do have a working hackintosh laptop made out of a Dell Inspiron1525 thats running 10.6.8 pretty smoothly(used nozyczek's amazing guide) P.P.S - i am still a bit of an noob with all the dsdt's and kext stuff...!!
  22. Suhaib10

    [QUESTION] LION on 32-bit

    Sorry guys about this question but i checked everywhere and read that lion is primarily 64 bit but it can boot into 32 bit. SO is it possible to install LION or ML on my laptop which is 32 bit only, and boot only into 32 bit. Laptop is an LG R400 with an Intel Pentium Dual Core T2060 + GMA 945
  23. theconnactic

    [Need Help] Sleep issues

    Hello, everybody!! Thanks to this forum and the efforts of RAW X86, Bronzovka, AnV and others, who developed a working (32-bit, but working) lion legacy kernel, i have the latest OsX running on my machine, fine and stable. I installed it using Devout's experimental method. Now there's one last thing to solve, while its not possible to have 64-bit extensions (even Raw's kernel, whic offers support for 64-bit apps, is i386) or iCloud/facetime. What happens is this: when i put my computer to sleep, be by quick pressing once my power switch, be by clicking at the sleep option in the apple menu, the computer sleeps. In fact, it enters a coma, because it doesn't wake anymore, and i'm forced to reboot. Is there a solution? I'm running lion 10.7.4 (32-bit, with RAW's latest kernel) on an ECS A780LM-M2 motherboard and an Athlon II x2 250 (3.0 ghz) CPU. Any help will be much appreciated.
  24. sandrose

    DSDT FOR GA41-S2P LGA775

    I just got the Gigabyte GA41-S2P mother noard and I am am considering installing OS lion. But My challenge is the Post Installation. So pls any body with an idea will be appreciated.
  25. Is it possible to get this card working with Lion? I tried multiple installions to no success. Here are some of the links I followed: http://www.osx86.net...er_bcm43xx.html http://www.insanelym...showtopic=51725 http://tonymacx86.co...hp?f=19&t=26924 I will get the dmesg output once I get home from work because it picks up on the card but spits out errors. Thanks EDIT: Here is the dmesg output for the bcm43xx wireless driver [beta] kxld[com.apple.driver.AirPortBrcm43xx]: The vtable '__ZTV16AirPort_Brcm43xx' is malformed. Make sure your kext has been built against the correct headers. kxld[com.apple.driver.AirPortBrcm43xx]: The super class vtable '__ZTV16IO80211Interface' for vtable '__ZTV25AirPort_Brcm43xxInterface' is out of date. Make sure your kext has been built against the correct headers. kxld[com.apple.driver.AirPortBrcm43xx]: The vtable '__ZTV16AirPort_Brcm43xx' is malformed. Make sure your kext has been built against the correct headers. kxld[com.apple.driver.AirPortBrcm43xx]: The super class vtable '__ZTV16IO80211Interface' for vtable '__ZTV25AirPort_Brcm43xxInterface' is out of date. Make sure your kext has been built against the correct headers. Can't load kext com.apple.driver.AirPortBrcm43xx - link failed. Failed to load executable for kext com.apple.driver.AirPortBrcm43xx. Kext com.apple.driver.AirPortBrcm43xx failed to load (0xdc008016). Failed to load kext com.apple.driver.AirPortBrcm43xx (error 0xdc008016).