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    Well I may have some good news, I dragged all 3 text files Natit.kext, NVEnabler, NVinject in kext helper and I now get a multiple choice of graphics resolution, however I do not get quartz enabled.

    I did this before I saw your message.

    My resolution now looks fantastic, but no quartz.....

    Beach screen saver is beautiful.....

    Thanks, let me know...

    d-1


    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    If you have installed too many kexts for video then it won't work due to conflict.

    Only one at a time. The driver that I sent you should work as it's been tested in both 32/64 mode, 10.6.2-3.

    You may have to remove all other kexts for the card, and reinstall it.
    Last edited by dolphans1; 09-25-2011 at 08:00 PM.


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    Oh boys, you're lucky that it did not end up with a KP.

    Delete all (or move to a folder). Reinstall NVEnabler.

    Delete Extensions.mkext, repair permission. Reboot with -f

    You should get this video card working long time ago

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    Well I am not sure, everything works, preview and I can make snap shots...

    Here is a look:

    Picasa Web Albums - dolphans1 - MAC Snow OSX

    http://picasaweb.google.com/dolphans...54546670982226

    I have to hit the road in 5 minutes, until....

    Thanks for your great help...

    d-1



    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    Oh boys, you're lucky that it did not end up with a KP.

    Delete all (or move to a folder). Reinstall NVEnabler.

    Delete Extensions.mkext, repair permission. Reboot with -f

    You should get this video card working long time ago
    Last edited by dolphans1; 06-26-2010 at 08:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphans1 View Post
    Well I am not sure, everything works, preview and I can make snap shots...

    Here is a look:

    Picasa Web Albums - dolphans1 - MAC Snow OSX

    I have to hit the road in 5 minutes, until....

    Thanks for your great help...

    d-1
    It looks like you got it. Well done

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    Thanks Ratvn - kext helper did petty good, I learned from a tutorial from snole, about dragging more than one text into Kext Utility, but then again I used "Kext-Helper", I have no experience as I am a noob, so felt like I was shooting in the dark.

    My next project is to fix in my intergrated LAN card on same desktop PC.

    It has a Realtek RTL8102EL - 10/100 Controller - and Mac OSX86 see's it, but assigns a strange IP address number to it. (not the 192.168.0 100)

    So I am not sure which is the correct kext to use for it.

    I also have a Linksy's PCI card installed on same box, but Mac OSX86 does not see it.

    I'd like to configure my integrated LAN card so I would not have to use my USB Hawkings wireless adapter.

    When I go the the kext site, there are so many variants of realtek drivers that I have no idea which one to use.

    Do you which is the correct kext driver to load for the Realtek RTL8102EL - 10/100 Controller ?

    Thanks,

    d-1
    Last edited by dolphans1; 06-27-2010 at 01:31 AM.


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    With regard to my LAN card (Realtek RTL8102EL - 10/100 Controller): I get this message: "Ethernet Adaptor (en0) has a self-assigned IP address and will not be able to connect to the Internet."

    The IP address it gives is - 169.254.173.186 location is set to "automatic" and configure IPv4 is set to "using DHCP" and the light is yellow.

    Why is it doing this for my LAN card...?

    What can I do to fix it...?

    d-1

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    I guess you have to do some research to get the correct kext, maybe. The internet setup is wrongly assigned by OSX network.
    You may need device ID along with that model number to get the right kext for it.
    Does OSX recognize your Lan correctly with ID/model number?

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    Yes the wireless wifi card by broadcom works great on Lenovo.

    With iatkos, it offered 3 different choices during install mode for wired ethernet card, at first I installed all three of them (at the same time), then on 2nd reinstall I selected the last one listed on the bottom. Same results.

    On the wifi card it connects with DHCP automatically and I have had no issues connecting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    I guess you have to do some research to get the correct kext, maybe. The internet setup is wrongly assigned by OSX network.
    You may need device ID along with that model number to get the right kext for it.
    Does OSX recognize your Lan correctly with ID/model number?

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    Hey, this thread is great since I have the same G41-M7 motherboard.
    Could you put together a step-by-step tutorial for others (like me) to follow.
    I would really like to get OS X installed on mine.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphans1 View Post
    Yes the wireless wifi card by broadcom works great on Lenovo.

    With iatkos, it offered 3 different choices during install mode for wired ethernet card, at first I installed all three of them (at the same time), then on 2nd reinstall I selected the last one listed on the bottom. Same results.

    On the wifi card it connects with DHCP automatically and I have had no issues connecting.

    d-1
    ratvn - here is ethernet card I believe comes with the Lenovo G530 laptop:

    Driver Name : Broadcom Ethernet Driver
    Family : 3000 G430,3000 G530,4153,4152
    File Size : 65.0 MB
    Driver Version : 12.2.4.1 ,

    I am not sure which kext file to try and install.

    d-1


 

 

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