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Installing iPC 10.5.6. What are the right drivers for my Fujitsu U9200?


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I tried to install iDeneb 10.5.6 but it failed. I had a kernel panic. Reinstallation did not give me the kernel panic again but it still didn't run. I saw a post saying that iPC is what works for my laptop http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...20&start=20 . Now, I'm downloading it. Good thing it has Intel 4965 wireless drivers. It's just that, they say that it's fully experimental so do you recommend installing it?


It's just that, I don't know which drivers to install from this long list-> http://######.com/ipcosx86/?page_id=96 especially for my Intel GM965 / ICH 8-M chipset. Do I install the Intel ICHx SATA drivers and Intel ICH10 SATA Support?


What I am confident about is that I should install the Intel 3945 and X3100 drivers. Is that correct? How about for my Foxlink webcam and my bluetooth?


I would love your suggestions :(



Intel Core 2 Duo T5450 processor @ 1,66Ghz

Integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 with Intel

RealTek ALC262 Sound Chip with stereo speakers

Intel USB 2.0 EHCI & USB 1.1 UHCI

Intel ICH8 family SATA AHCI controller, ICH8 family PATA controller

Intel Pro Wireless 4965 Wi-Fi card (IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n)

Marvel 88E8055 PCI-E Gigabit ethernet controller


Internal USB-connected devices:

Cambridge Silicon Radio bluetooth dongle

Genesys Logic USB 2.0 microSD reader (reads SD and Memory Stick Pro memory cards)

Foxlink Webcam (USB Video Class)



True Synaptics TouchPad

SATA hard drive

PATA DVD+-RW drive

ExpressCard slot



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I wasn't able to successfully install iPC. The result is just like in iDeneb but worse. I was never able to boot properly after installing it. I still got an eternal spinning beach ball but in iPC, I can't move the mouse cursor.


I was only able to "properly" boot with the -x flag but in that mode, OS X was looking for a keyboard driver.


What I installed are the X3100 driver, ALC262 audio driver, and the Intel 4965 driver. Since I failed, I also tried the 9.5.0 Voodoo Kernel and 9.4.0 StageXNU Universal kernel but none worked.


Any idea? :D

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