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    Default Sound drivers for Samsung N140

    Hi guys,

    I have snow leopard running fine on my Samsung N140 now, having swapped my wireless card with a friend with a dell! Would anybody be able to help me get the sound drivers for it? currently I have tried NC10 drivers and these have not worked.

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    Many Thanks



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    ask here:
    bonnie's blog | Samsung N140 Dualbooting OS X and Windows 7 from a newbies' point of view.

    May I ask you if you have used the same method? If not how did you do it? I am thinking about doing the same on my n140 too!

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    Default N140 drivers for 10.5.6

    It looks like posts from Bonnie's blog have been removed. That blog got me hooked though and after several attempts using a bit of a mixture from this, this and this, I now also have 10.5.6 on my N140. Screen is now 1024 x 600 (no brightness control yet), am about to try out InsominaX to see if it fixes sleep. But, I too have not found the correct audio drivers so far. The NC10 ones screwed up my install. Needed a fresh one... Has anyone tried Paul's Wind Drivers ("AzaliaAudio.pkg")? Please post here if anyone knows of successful patch!

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    Exclamation NC10 Brightness?

    I installed OS X 10.5 on my NC last weekend using the retail overlay method (i.e. using a full retail copy of Leopard) and everything went fairly smoothly. I managed all the System updates via Software Update taking my system to 10.5.6 but haven't applied the 10.5.8 update yet as I've heard there are a number of problem applying it via Software Update so planning to download it directly.

    Only things I had to do were to replace the stock WiFi card with an Apple Airport Extreme card (I've got full 802.11n working fine and the NC10 is even backing up to my TimeCapsule) and use the Retail EFI bootloader. I ran the "About this Mac" driver so OS X recognises my Intel Atom running at 1.6GHz and used the NC10 specific version of Audieee (1.0.1) to fix the audio drivers and everything's working perfectly, including the Fn keyboard softkey to change the volume and mute the sound.

    So WiFi, sound, webcam, bluetooth, and USB all working fine.

    Stock ethernet and internal microphone are not working.

    No idea if the VGA port is working or not as I haven't tried to attach it to a monitor.

    The one thing I would dearly love fixed is the screen brightness. It is currently stuck at about 30% and there is no way to adjust it (either via the FN keyboard softkeys or the Display option in System Preferences). Anyone have any advice or tips?

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by MajorMojo; 01-27-2010 at 01:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MajorMojo View Post
    So WiFi, sound, webcam, bluetooth, and USB all working fine.

    Stock ethernet and internal microphone are not working.

    The one thing I would dearly love fixed is the screen brightness. It is currently stuck at about 30% and there is no way to adjust it (either via the FN keyboard softkeys or the Display option in System Preferences). Anyone have any advice or tips?

    Thanks in advance!
    I have a N120 and the ethernet (03:00.0 Ethernet controller [0200]: Marvell Technology Group Ltd. 88E8040 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller [11ab:4354] (rev 13)) card was fixed for me with a Yukon2 kext. If your is similar (from lspci file) let me know.

    The brightness thing still doesn't work but you can change it on my computer before selecting Leopard or XP in Chameleon.


 

 

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