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i had it working on my d620-intel the driver had to be in s/l/e but on some models it would cause kp on boot unless there was a card inserted it was called IOPCMCIAFamily.kext if you look in Extra/storage/kextpacks/pcmcia you should find it.... use an app to install to s/l/e but be warned it might crash your install. WHATEVER YOU DO DO NOT TRY IT ON LION. IT'S A 16BIT LEGACY KEXT FROM OSX 10.4

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i had it working on my d620-intel the driver had to be in s/l/e but on some models it would cause kp on boot unless there was a card inserted it was called IOPCMCIAFamily.kext if you look in Extra/storage/kextpacks/pcmcia you should find it.... use an app to install to s/l/e but be warned it might crash your install. WHATEVER YOU DO DO NOT TRY IT ON LION. IT'S A 16BIT LEGACY KEXT FROM OSX 10.4

 

Installed the kext with Kext Helper, rebooted fine, OSX doesn't see my PCMCIA card reader. Know whats up?

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then the kext does not work on your hardware.... that's kinda why we never fully supported it. very iffy. i don't remember if you can add device id's to it's plist.

 

Actually. For that matter, I installed the kext with Kext Helper, and when I rebooted, it wasnt even in the Extra/Extensions folder.

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