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RTL82xx 10.7.3 ver.1.3.0 1.0

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Tell me if it works for your chip and what do you have for a chip please

This is a kext for all Realtek 82xx Ethernet chips. It based on this nforce driver http://www.osx86.net/downloads.php?do=file&id=1849


2.go to S/L/E

3.search IONetworkingFamily.kext

4.delate the kext

5.copy the downloaded kext in S/L/E (the downloaded kext means too IONetworkingFamily.kext)

6. Rebuild permissions with kext wizard please ignore all failer


8.go in the internet :D

I have test it on a RTL8211BL and MCP73, but it works on all 82xx and nforce chips

Only for 10.7.3, but you can test it on other 10.7.x and tell me if it work

I mean 82xx not 81xx :D

for 64-bit and 32-bit

Here is my website http://hackintosh-matze.blogspot.de/

and a better description


sorry for my bad english ;D

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ok make this-->go to S/L/E and search IONetworkingFamily.kext-->right klick on this kext--> open in foler(or another name i can not look in this moment :D sorry) and then go to--> plugins--> delate nvethernet-->do this kext in the plugin folder http://www.osx86.net/downloads.php?do=file&id=1849&act=down&actionhash=1332864802-505b347275b936dde4df61d462e670ad447b8ee6&multiple=MTg0OS1uRm9yY2VMQU5fMC42NC41Lm1wa2cuemlw

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Ok I make the kext in the next days, but I have in this moment not much time sorry....but when you need it very quickly make this in my first post. It's very easy ;)

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