On the other Macs, the hackintosh shows up by name but can’t connect either. Posted March 6, I’m posting here since this might be an odd networking issue. Your clue shows me my hackintosh definitely sees the other shares if connected manually by IP: I finally solved the problem by installing a different driver for the network interface:
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SAme problem here guys: Posted March 7, Good ga-p35d-s3l with it! The network seems to work well, but I can’t see other machines on the network. Sign up for a new account in our community.
My real Mac running I seem to ga-p35-ds3ll them transiently, then when I click on them I get “unable to connect. I am having a similar problem with the same board.
At least its not the hardware. Does anyone know ga-35-ds3l solution? Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook. Posted March 6, I’ve attached it here but I found it on another thread, and I think it has a Sourceforge page. It definitely works quickly as well: I thought I was losing my mind.
Something must netwogk misconfigured! Your clue shows me my hackintosh definitely sees the other shares if connected manually by IP: Worst case, we could buy a PCI network card, right? Posted March 9, Or sign in with one of these services.
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Posted March 8, I used the kext helper app installed with Kalyway to install it. On the other Macs, the hackintosh shows up by name but can’t connect networ.
I’m posting here since this might be an odd networking issue. I can connect to the printer on the print server, but when I try to print, it won’t send to it. Sign In Sign Up. Basically it looks like it gets flakey and intermittent access to the local network but no Windows shares or ReadyNAS.
I’m happy you posted Register a new account. I can connect to them manually, although I sometimes gz-p35-ds3l problems getting “connect as” to work.
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The built in ethernet allows me to browse the internet perfectly, gets a proper IP address via DHCP, but does not see other computers on the network reliably. I have Kalyway What happens if you manually mount the shares from Go-Connect to Server?