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DW1820A on Asus Zenbook 430UAR

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Hello

 

I am in need of some assistance getting this card to work.

I have followed the guide by Hervé and my laptop will not boot if i add the pci parameters in clover.

 

I did manage to get the laptop to boot once with working wifi and everything except the trackpad (but that was due to a faulty config.plist) and i fixed the config plist file and now it will not boot with injected pci device again...

I have attached my clover zip and have also attached a screenshot from ioregistry.

Any advice or guidence is highley appreciated.

 

the Card is verified to have a 14e4:43a3 (rev 08) Subsystem: 1028:0021 (CN-0VW3T3)

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I have now managed to get the device to boot with Hervé's adaptation.

How ever wifi says no hardware installed and IOregistry is showing the changes i did via clover.

 

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Any suggestions ?

 

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Why don't you remove the BrcmAirportFix kext + Clover associated options ? You could also try to declare compatibility with 14e4,4353 instead of 14e4,4331 though it really does the same.

 

Post your debug package.

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13 hours ago, Bronxteck said:

you might have to physically tape some pins on the wifi card for it to function same might go for BT.

Bronxteck can you elaborate?

 

14 hours ago, Hervé said:

Why don't you remove the BrcmAirportFix kext + Clover associated options ? You could also try to declare compatibility with 14e4,4353 instead of 14e4,4331 though it really does the same.

 

Post your debug package.

Have attached the debug package now.

i did noticed that if i choose ADDDGTP option in clover it will not inject the PCI device properties i manually add.

debug_12191.zip

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