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  1. Hello. ? want to install hack osx on my lenovo B570 Optimus Vga version... Thank you for your interest... My Pc Hardware Configration; CPU: Mobile DualCore Intel Core i5-2430M, 3000 MHz (30 x 100) Ram:Samsung M471B5273DH0-CH9 4 GB DDR3-1333 DDR3 SDRAM (9-9-9-24 @ 666 Ram:Kingston 4 GB DDR3-1333 DDR3 extra ram Int Vga : Intel? HD Graphics 3000 (2108 MB) Ext Vga: NVIDIA GeForce 410M (1048384 KB) Chipset:Intel Cougar Point HM65, Intel Sandy Bridge
  2. I have installed Mac Os lion with iatkos l1 following this guide Lenovo B570 - InsanelyMac Forum I followed everything but my trackpad still doesn't work. I asked the question on the other forum but I didnt recieve a response. I need my trackpad to work, currently im using a usb mouse. If anyone can help me it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  3. I've been searching for days but cannot seem to find a definite answer to my question. I have a Lenovo B570 with Mountain Lion 10.8.0 installed. Everything is working great aside from the WiFi. The WiFi option doesn't show up as an option in SysPrefs>Network. As far as I can tell (based off of what I've read online), my WiFi card is currently unsupported - a Broadcom 4313. First Question: Is it true that there are no kexts/drivers/etc. for the Broadcom 4313 WiFi card? Second: If it is unfortunately true, then if I replace that card with an Atheros AR9285, will WiFi suddenly work? ...or are there additional steps I would need to take in order to activate the AirPort/WiFi option in SysPrefs>Network? I have all of the necessary kexts needed for WiFi to be working with the Atheros AR9285, but I'd just like to make sure this plan will work. I obtained the kexts, drivers, and everything else necessary from this install guide: Lenovo B570 Mountain Lion Guide - Notebooks - InsanelyMac Forum This guide contains the IO80211Family.kext file necessary for the Atheros WiFi card to work. So to sum up, when I install the new card, which it looks like I'll need to, is there anything else I'll need to do if I already have a kext file that supports that card? You can probably tell I'm quite new to this, so I truly appreciate all of the help. Thanks, Andrew
  4. I recently posted a thread about how my trackpad doesn't work. I fixed that by using the retail version of mac os lion. However in order for me to have wifi i have to use a dsdt given by this guide Lenovo B570 - InsanelyMac Forum So without it i wont be able to have wifi, I dont know how to approach this. When I move the dsdt over to the extra folder I have wifi but it seems it disabled the trackpad and in the system settings it says no trackpad found. I am a noob at all of this. The only other hackintosh I did was for an old dell d610. I dont know how to delete the other thread. Thanks
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