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No WIFI on 6430 Mojave - Any ideas?

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My Dell Latitude 6430 (i7 processor & 16GB RAM) is running Mojave 10.14.6 with no issues except WiFi. I have replaced the wifi card with the DW1560, yet can not get wifi to appear. Continue to say "no hardware installed". Any ideas or solutions? I'm using a wifi adapter and that works fine, but I'd rather use built in DW1560 card. EFI is attached. Thank you. 

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The E6430 only have a mini PCIe slot for wifi, the DW1560 is an M.2. Are you sure about the device model?

 

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Indeed, cannot be a DW1560; maybe DW1550 in which case the same patches as used with Mojave need to be applied.

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Sorry for mis-information. The card is actually the DW1520 which I thought worked with the Dell Latitude 6430. But with my current EFI (attached) I am not able to make DW1520 functional with Mojave 10.14.6. Any help is appreciated.

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DW1520 is fully supported, just not natively. All appropriate details in our Wifi forum sub-section (inventory + AirPortBrcm4360 patching thread) if you care to search...

 

NB: your Clover config needs serious revisiting.

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Thank you both. I will check all this out. Any advice on what need attention in my clover config is appreciated.

 

 

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