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Dell gx280

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Anyone know which lan drivers work for dell optiplex 280? I have setup the hackintosh with the following settings-

 

 

 

Installation Disc: iPC OSx86 10.5.6 Universal PPF5 (Final) <LI>Kernel: 9.5.0 Voodoo Kernel <LI>Video Drivers: Intel GMA915 <LI>Chipset Drivers: Intel ICHx SATA Drivers <LI>Audio Drivers: AC97 Audio <LI>Ethernet Drivers: AppleBCM5751Ethernet (For some reason didn't work, don't see why not though, gonna try again) <LI>USB Drivers: Patched USB Drivers

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Anyone know which lan drivers work for dell optiplex 280? I have setup the hackintosh with the following settings-

 

 

 

Installation Disc: iPC OSx86 10.5.6 Universal PPF5 (Final) <LI>Kernel: 9.5.0 Voodoo Kernel <LI>Video Drivers: Intel GMA915 <LI>Chipset Drivers: Intel ICHx SATA Drivers <LI>Audio Drivers: AC97 Audio <LI>Ethernet Drivers: AppleBCM5751Ethernet (For some reason didn't work, don't see why not though, gonna try again) <LI>USB Drivers: Patched USB Drivers

 

 

NVM...... I got it working....

 

 

AppleBCM5701Ethernet.kext and select from the menu "Copy"

 

open finder, go to the system -> library -> extensions , select IONetworkingFamilykext, right click -> Show package contents, then got into Contents -> PlugIns . In this folder right click on free space, and paste from menu.

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Does anyone know if this computer will run 10.6.x vanilla install? And if so how would you do that?

 

THanks

NVM...... I got it working....

 

 

AppleBCM5701Ethernet.kext and select from the menu "Copy"

 

open finder, go to the system -> library -> extensions , select IONetworkingFamilykext, right click -> Show package contents, then got into Contents -> PlugIns . In this folder right click on free space, and paste from menu.

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Does anyone know if this computer will run 10.6.x vanilla install? And if so how would you do that?

 

THanks

 

You can't do ANY Vanilla install with a P4. You'll need a modified kernel to start. (sorry, I don't know much more than that)

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