"RTSMACX 1.1.3" Driver?

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Does anyone have the "RTSMACX 1.1.3" driver laying around? Its for Realtek RTL8139x (Mine is a RTL8139C) 10/100 NICs in OS X. I have the extention to use it in OS 9, and it works fine in my 7500, but to use it in my G4 tower (OS 10.3.9) I need the driver.

All the download links I'm finding are dead, so I wondered if anyone here has it.

Thanks!

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Try this link http://www.rea
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Well, the download and instal

Well, the download and install went fine, but apple system profiler doesn't see the card. Tomorrow I'll try out different slots.

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Hello John, I hope it is a s

Hello John,
I hope it is a slot issue and you can get the card functioning.
IMHO OSX seems to break a lot of things ,
I hope this is not another.

Dave

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Well, this G4 in question is

Well, this G4 in question is pretty funky, so it wouldn't supprise me if it was slots. Tongue

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It's already in Panther

If you look in your OS 10.3.9 system extensions folder there should already be an extension "AppleRTL8139Ethernet.kext." Apple started adding support for 8139 with Panther, I believe, so you shouldn't need the Realtek driver. Let me know if I'm wrong as I'm considering buying a PCI card with a Realtek 8139 chip myself.

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Well, if thats the case its j

Well, if thats the case its just a matter of A) reseating the card or B) Using a different slot.

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