im on a 901. im running ideneb 10.5.5. i cannot get microsoft office to work. has anyone gotten office to work?
Microsoft Office 2008 working fine over here. What do you mean, won't work? Any error messages? Do you have a legit copy? What version?
I have a legal copy. I actually got it working. i had a carbonlib error. I did the ideneb 1.1 update and it worked like a charm. Thanks for your time and help tho snickers
While my legit Office apps work and launch. The AutoUpdater Updater however gives an error (using the autoupdater to download the file or trying to launch it from a downloaded .dmg)
I tried to reinstall the Office but to no avail. I am running iDeneb v1.3 (1.5.5) on 1000h with most of the kext's from base and optional packs including the sound fix. Tried to repair permissions and then some. Nothing. I noticed someone spoke earlier about an iDeneb 1.1 update?
Looks like you're getting the CarbonLib error. Do a search at the InsanelyMac forum and get the CarbonLib fix.
Thanks for the help. I found it, but I was looking under 10.5 guides and all the info was on the Tiger side. And some Posts were completely missing or didn't have the files online anymore. I am posting this snippet of info in here just in case someone else comes looking for it.
copy the /System/Library/CFMSupport (the whole directory) from a system that is the same version number as your Hackintosh is using. I copied this from my MacBook Pro and it is working perfectly. Just in case, you might want to take a backup of the CFMSupport on your Hackintosh.
Also another issue might come up in connection with this :
If you're getting keychain popups asking for your password, but your normal password doesnt work (when you start safari for example) do the following:
Delete the "login.keychain" from your user keychains folder. It will be re-created and work properly the next time you log in.
I had the same problem. Thanks for the tip.
Found an online solution here:
Read the post and download the 'CFMSupport.zip'. It worked for me.
This might help somebody, without access to a MacBook.