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  1. raviolo
    12-11-2009 01:34 PM
    oh, by the way, you can email me at :
    thanks again for your help !
  2. raviolo
    12-11-2009 01:00 PM
    Hello, Bear Hunter,
    you answered me about a kernel panic while installing NBI on my dell 10v.
    I did exactly what you whrote and it still creates a kernel panic during the extension cache installation :

    1. Run NBM (8.2, right ?)
    2. Put the HD back inside the mini
    3. Boot into bios and check your settings (bluetooth, USB legacy & USB sleep DISABLED, right ?)
    4. Boot into the OS
    5. Run NBI 8.2 with only "generate dsdt.aml" checked (that worked, I didn't reboot after, should I ?)
    6. Run NBI 8.3rc3 with the regular items checked. Don't do the mirror kexts (the KP's here ! Should I tick or untick the "generate dsdt.aml" option ?)
    7. Reboot
    8. Repair permissions

    I did something wrong ? Do you think I should downgrade to bios A04 ?

    Thank you !
  3. alexcmei
    11-20-2009 02:30 PM
    Good morning. I have the same setup as yours -1510 BT and all. I've never had the system come up with the bluetooth recognized. What was your experience? Thanks..
  4. ppafford
    11-17-2009 03:39 PM
    Hey Bear Hunter,

    I notice you have wireless-n with OSX as your OS. is this an upgrade or did the Mini 10v come this way? I have posted a wireless-n card upgrade question but found that a USB might be more or less the best solution since the card replacement was looking grim. Your 2 cents on this would be great.


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    Dell Mini 10v Mac OSX 10.6.2 1 GB RAM 160GB HDD BIOS A05 Blue Tooth 1510 WLAN 802.11g /n

    NBI 8.2 -> NBI 8.3RC2 -> NBI 8.3RC3 -> NBI 8.3RC5 -> NBI 8.3 alpha

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