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  1. iNeko

    WN781ND problem.

    Hey guys, again.. Excuse me for spam in this section. I just don't know where i should ask. The problem is - I exchanged my WN851ND to WN781ND. I though it is was AR9285, but when i connected this card to my CustoMac, i managed that, it's AR9485, not AR9285... So I'm looser now... It isn't working, even i type IDs to IO80211Family.kext. Is there chance to get it working? 'System info' application can see it normaly. In 'System configuration' it doesn't say 'No hardware installed'. But when i try to turn wifi on, it says "No hardware installed". My OS version is 10.8.4. Thanks!
  2. Hi again, im having a new issue that i think is causing repetitive kernel panics. The machine: OSX Lion 10.7.4 updated from a clean installation of a iATKOS L2 distro. No additional softw. installed. Intel i7 930 / FCLGA1366 (8M Cache, 2.80 GHz, 4.80 GT/s) Intel® Desktop Board DX58SO AMD (Sapphire) Radeon HD5670 512Mb GDDR5 "Redwood" (using Uakari fb. and GE=Yes w/o any additional kext) This damn TP-Link Card [TPLINK TL-WN751ND PCI Atheros AR9287 168C-002D rev. 01] 3Gb ECC DDR3 Ram in tri-channel config. Two SATA HDD Non raid (one for wind and the tux and the other one just for mac and an exchange partition formatted with FAt32) PS: 600w No temperature issues at the moment, and no power drops. Just in case. Ok here is the deal: When i disable the WIFI card using the icon at the side of the clock, the machine goes perfectly fine. When i enable the Wifi, and try to surf the internet or use anything, OSX hangs after a minute with a KP without output data and no console logs. The last thing in the console is ATHR: Unknown locale: 809c and there is a lot of them, not just one. Im about to explode. Tryed everything in my hands, im some kind of noob in mac, but no in linux and windows. Please, i need help with this one. Just for remember: I THINK THIS MAY BE THE CAUSE of the KPs because im having a lot of them when im connected using this wifi adapter. When im not, everything goes flawless. This means that may be it isn't the cause. Thanks people!
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