You need to uninstall any drivers you have installed on your own, remove kismac plist and other temp files (eg. using AppTrap), reboot and you should be ok.
Wiadomość napisana w dniu 2008-12-01, o godz. 17:07, przez osoba:
Hey!I have a problem with drivers.. i have MacBook 2,4GHz intel core 2 duo, 2gb... white Im installing kismac, connecting my wifi adapter - its DWL - g122C1 (d-link), choosing a USB device with prism2 chipset, passive mode. And i see alert about that he can't find the drivers... Early i downloaded some drivers -ralink? it works - i can connecting to wifi networks but kismac doesnt work.. I read in some forums that i need to remove this, no problem. What i need to do? i google but nothing found..