Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Maybe you have to whitelist your bios. Just change it to supported out of box Broadcom or get some USB dongle if you afraid of opening your Dell. Already have an account? I donated a card to the author a couple of years back when I was playing with Snow Leopard on my D and he got it working.
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If max then I need to buy half size right? Posted August 4, Just change it to supported out of box Broadcom or get some USB dongle if you afraid of opening your Dell.
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Register a new account. I donated a card to the author a couple of years back when I was playing with Snow Leopard on my D and he got it working. What does whitelist mean? Maybe you’ll need to whitelist your BIOS.
Anyone know how to get this baby working? Will the dark green ones work straight out of the box without any kexts.
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There is an old driver for Intel cards, but the project is no longer maintained. Methods attempted but still unable to get wireless to work: Posted August 7, You can give up on this card. All working except for wireless.
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Sign up for a new account in our community. Not possible, Intel cards do not and probably will never work under OS X.
After you do that immediately pri up network settings and it should appear T uses half sized cards or open up your Laptop. Google your Laptop model. Posted November 22, Posted February 28, Posted August 5, Or sign in with one of these services. Sign In Sign Up. Have you tried the iwi driver? This driver used to work on my a few years ago: I have a Samsung with an unsupported card as well and from the bit of research I did, the Dell DW seems to be a good choice for half-height mini-pcie.
I looked at a pinned topic with a table with the compatible cards which are colour coded.
I done some searching and apparently a Dell Will do the trick. By kevin8August 4, in The Archive.
You will need to replace the card with a supported one. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook.