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Open Terminal


Type: cd followed by a space, but don't hit Enter yet.


Drag-n-drop the "loadvia" file into the Terminal window. This sets up the path to the file.


Now hit Enter.


Type: sudo ./loadvia and hit Enter

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OK, so do this manually:


Drag the ViaRhine.kext from the folder you expanded to the following folder on your OSX partition: /System/Library/Extensions


It will say "you can't do that". Just click the Authenticate button and give your password.


Go into Terminal and type:


cd /System/Library/Extensions
sudo chown -R root:wheel ViaRhine.kext
sudo find ViaRhine.kext -type d -exec chmod 0755 {} \;
sudo find ViaRhine.kext -type f -exec chmod 0644 {} \;
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions.kext
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/Extensions.mkext



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Thank you.

It really works now. Thank you :D Words cannot describe :construction:


BTW. i installed i displaydriver that didn't work. and everytime my computer starts it loads the drivers, and my screen goes "no signal". Do i have to reinstall Mac OS? Or is there a way to start mac os with the old drivers?

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Rammjet, I'm new in terms of Terminal.

I instaled OSX10.4.6 and the update Jas 10.4.7 on my Dell Inspiron 640m, 1,83 Ghz Duo Core, Intel 945 GM Express with Sigmatel Stack 9200

Works great but without sound, I try to do the Audio guide in OSx86 project but couldn't. put de Vendor ID and device ID in the kext.

Could you try to explain me, the way


Vendor ID 8384 Device ID 7690 0x83847690



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