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I need some help here.

I have a D830 with a Broadcom wifi card and a Nvidia graphics card.

 

I can get the OSX installed no problems.

 

But when I try to load the EDP pack, after it reboots, it crashes, it wont boot back up.

 

Any ideas?

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I am in the middle of reloading the OS on there now.

 

Once it is done, I will try it again and post a pic.

 

In the meantime, I have another D830, that is running, but would like to get the wifi to work. I am just testing out the differences.

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I am in the middle of reloading the OS on there now.

 

Once it is done, I will try it again and post a pic.

 

In the meantime, I have another D830, that is running, but would like to get the wifi to work. I am just testing out the differences.

You probably need to roll back airportd if you have dw1397 or dw1395 and perhaps dw1490 as well. File included at bottom of first link.

 

https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/2120-supportedunsupported-wireless-cards-inventory/?hl=airportd

https://osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/2824-m4300-new-broadcom-1490-not-detected/?hl=airportd&do=findComment&comment=21424

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Try to manually specify your kernel at Chameleon bootstrap by entering: mach_kernel. If you manage to boot, I'd check what's specified in the Chameleon boot plist (in /Extra) in case it's referring to an invalid file.

 

If you cannot boot off your HDD installation, boot off the USB installer then open up Terminal to verify the contents of your HDD root with command: ls -la. File mach_kernel is expected at HDD root level.

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