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What version of the F5d-8053 did you guys get? I'm running into the same problem and I think it may be due to the newer versions (mine says V.6) using a Realtek chipset instead of the ralink ones.

 

When I click on About Mac -> More Info this is the info I get:

 

RTL8191s WLAN Adapter

Product ID: 0x815f

Vendor ID: 0x050d

Manufacturer: Manufacturer Realtek

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...t&p=1499542

 

driver for 10.5 and 10.6 for realtek belkin.

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Does anyone know if I can get a Belkin F7D4101 working? It is the new Belkin Play Wireless USB adapter? Running 10.5... waiting for the Misses to bring the Mac to work today to start trying it.

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Help help help.

 

I just bought a F5S8053 based on this thread but I can't get it to fire up. I am using OSX 10.6.3

 

- I have tried the 10.6 and 10.5 drivers that were included in RTUSB D2870-3.0.0.0 UI-3.0.0.0_2010_05_12.img

 

- I adjusted my ID's in the file /System/Library/Extensions/RT2870USBWirelessDriver.kext/Contents/Info.plist

 

- I couldn't find this file /System/Library/Extensions/RT2870USBWirelessDriver.kext/Contents/Resources/Info.plist

 

I see the device in the system profiler but it refuses to show up in the Ralink Utility.

 

What am I doing wrong?

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Well I am using 10.6.2, but i have the Belkin F5D8053 (RALINK RT2870 CHIPSET)

Downloaded their new driver from the Ralink website

went into the Content folder ----> Info.plist and changed the device id and vendor id

Did the same in the Resources Folder ----> Info.plist(as was suggested by previous posts)

I dunno for sure if that is the reason for it working, but I moved a copy of the "RT2870USBWirelessDriver.Kext" into "System/Library/Extensions/IO80211Family.kext/Cotents/Plugins"

I rebooted, and Bam! works flawlessly, no drops, no turning off...

SO if yours uses the same chipset give that a shot....Mine works without a hitch, even when I wake up from sleep.... :)

 

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madman, Im trying to get my 8053 working in 10.6.4 and did exactly what you had done, and can make it work.

in about this mac i see USB - 802.11 n WLAN, 8053 is device id and 050d (belkin) is vendor manufacturer ralink...

 

Any ideas?

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Couldn't get the drivers listed above to work on Kalyway 10.5.2 DVD Intel_Amd (sse2/sse3) EFI V8 . They wouldn't detect the Belkin USB adapter. Asked the guy from www.mac-forums.com for his drivers and now I've got full access to the internet. Even works with WPA2 AES. :D

 

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To get the Belkin F5D8053 USB adapter to work in Lion 10.7.2 I had to download and install the USB(RT2870/RT2770/RT3X7X/RT537X) V4.1.8.0 drivers from the Ralink website.

 

To Install:

Launch USBWireless-Lion.pkg from the USBWireless-10.7 folder.

 

Note: The new drivers won't recognise the Belkin F5D8055 USB adapter.

 

Download: RTUSB D2870-4.1.8.0 UI-4.0.6.0_2011_10_21.dmg

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Ok I have had an email where people cannot find the Belkin N Wireless USB Adaptor F5D8053 drivers anymore, so I searched through my archived email and found the 2 files that totallybonkers sent to me, it may not work for all hackintosh's but its a start.

 

DMG file containing drivers

Word Doc containing info

 

hope this helps.

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