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Dell Latitude 110L 10.5.6 install guide

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Dell Latitude 110L

Pentium® M Processor 725 (1.6 GHz)

Intel® 910GML chipset with UMA graphics

Audio Type - AC97

Bios A04

 

Boot off the 10.5.6 iPC final disk and install:

iPC OSx86 10.5.6 Base System

9.5.0 voodoo kernel

Video Intel GMA900 (915 doesn't work)

Chipset LegacyAppleIntelPIIXATA

AppleSMBIOS AnV MacBookPro

 

Restart and boot off your hard drive with -f

Plug in a USB keyboard & mouse

Open up the 10.5.6 iPC final disk, find and copy the following bundles to your hard drive

ACPIFix, PS2FixKeyboard, Seatbelt, AppleAC97Audio and OpenHaltRestart

 

Right clicked to view contents

Opened the .pax.gx file.

A folder named System will appear, look inside and locate the kext file(s)

Use Kext Helper to install the kexts

Repeat for each bundle.

Restart.

 

To fix the battery display on the toolbar

Download and install this:PowerManagement 137 1

Open the System Preferences and under Energy Saver, check the Show Battery Status in menu bar

 

What works:

Processor

Audio

Quartz Extreme

Wireless

Touchpad

Sleep

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Upgrading from 10.5.6 to 10.5.8 Success!!

 

Download the MacOSXUpdCombo10.5.8 from Apple's site and install it.

 

Shutdown and boot off of the 10.5.6 iPC final disk

Uncheck iPC OSx86 10.5.6 Base System

Check 9.5.0 voodoo kernel

Check Video Intel GMA900 (915 doesn't work)

Check Chipset LegacyAppleIntelPIIXATA

Check AppleSMBIOS AnV MacBookPro

Install.

 

 

Restart and boot off your hard drive with -f

Open up the 10.5.6 iPC final disk, find and copy the following bundles to your hard drive

ACPIFix, PS2FixKeyboard, Seatbelt, AppleAC97Audio and OpenHaltRestart

 

Right clicked to view contents, opened the .pax.gx file.

A folder named System will appear, look inside and locate the kext file(s)

Use Kext Helper to install the kexts

Repeat for each bundle.

Restart.

 

To fix the battery display on the toolbar

Download and install this:PowerManagement 137 1

 

Open System/Library/Extensions and delete AppleSMBIOS.kext and a folder AppleSMBIOS.kext.org

Open up the 10.5.6 iPC final disk, find and copy AppleSMBIOS-AnV-MPB bundle to your hard drive

Right clicked to view contents, opened the AppleSMBIOS.pax.gx file.

A folder named System will appear, look inside and locate the AppleSMBIOS.kext file

Use Kext Helper to install the kext

Restart.

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Wireless Card

 

The Latitude 110L was shipped with one of four possible wireless cards. I was lucky and had an Intel Corporation 82562ET/EZ/GT/GZ. It works right out of the box, no drivers needed to be installed. A friend of mine bought a latitude 110L, and the wireless card that it came with was so incompatible that he never could get it to work and ended up buying the same card that I had on ebay.

 

I used OSx86 tools to determine the model number of my wireless controller.

 

 

Wired Ethernet

 

The wired ethernet is a PRO/100 VE. The iPC 10.5.6 installation disk has a PRO/100 VE kext that works with it.

 

 

Clamshell Display Fix

 

Installing the Clamshell Display Fix will make it so your Latitude will sleep when the laptop is closed and its little green light will pulse, just like a real Mac.

 

 

Random Kernel Panic on start-up

 

If you are having occasional kernel panics on start-up, use OSx86 Tools, run all of the system maintenance tasks that it has and re-start. It also helps to go into the bios and set the Fast Boot to through (thank you Jonas)

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my friend benefited from this topic!

 

 

but now i have a question :-\

I have an old dell desktop, and i boot fromt he DVD and select to run from the DVD i start seeing the list of things run down the screen and it always freezes on this

 

 

AppleBCM5751Ethernet: 1 1659 setPowerLevels - returning early, have a 5721. onoff=, fPciDeviceId=

 

 

 

 

can someone please help me

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What model is your Dell? I have successfully installed iPC 10.5.6 on a GX280.

 

When you say you are starting off the DVD, do you mean that you are about to install off the DVD for the first time or have you already installed the OS?

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