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    Default Help with Samsung RF510

    Hi, I am working on my first hackintosh and cannot seem to find anyone who has posted anything about the Samsung RF510 on any site. I have had OSX up and running twice, both with no support for wireless card (WLAN Broadcom 802.11 n), Ethernet port (LAN Marvell Yukon 88E8059), and sound/mic (no control in OS, but loops with mic and max volume. VERY annoying screeching noise...)
    The first try I installed a kext (IONetworkingFamily.kext) for network cards and that froze the network setting (never loaded when clicked), and I restarted the entire process. My second attempt worked wonderful up until after the update to 10.6.7 where the built-in keyboard became non-functioning.

    I have followed THIS guide to the word.

    Any advice at all?

    Thanks in advanced.



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    Anyone? Please help... I'm still searching for any advice, but nothing at all. I REALLY want my Mac.

    Thanks in advanced.

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    Default Rf510-s02

    What are the device ids of the various components of your beast? I'm sure someone will flame me on this, but I find it easier to boot up on windoze, print out a system info report, then start building the Hackintosh...

    wireless card (WLAN Broadcom 802.11 n):
    Ethernet port (LAN Marvell Yukon 88E8059):
    sound/mic:
    Video Card:

    Anything else that doesn't work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunonomo View Post
    What are the device ids of the various components of your beast? I'm sure someone will flame me on this, but I find it easier to boot up on windoze, print out a system info report, then start building the Hackintosh...

    wireless card (WLAN Broadcom 802.11 n):
    Ethernet port (LAN Marvell Yukon 88E8059):
    sound/mic:
    Video Card:

    Anything else that doesn't work?
    NVIDIA Hight Definition Audio

    Mic is not on list, just "High Definition Audio Device"

    NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M

    and the trackpad and numberpad on the keyboad (except for '5' key...?) don't work. And the disk drive won't open when I press the button, but I can eject from within the OS. (Samsung HM641JI)
    I can't find the numbers for ether of those. Is there a better place to find system info then under computer management\device manager?

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    Default Try this....

    HCL 10.6.6/Portables - OSx86

    If that doesn't help, download osx86tools (OSx86 Tools has been discontinued). use it to "view vendor IDs". If you know your wireless vendor id, you may be able to get it working


 

 

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