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  1. Even if it's an M.2/NGFF card? I checked in the USB section, the only device listed that wasn't obvious turned out to be the fingerprint sensor
  2. I have an ALPS V7 touchpad in a Toshiba Tecra Z-50 laptop. I used the kext from the earlier post by BronxTeck and what does work with it, works great. However, I cannot click and drag with the bottom left button. It's a bit of an odd touchpad in that the left and right buttons are not standalone buttons but are part of the pad itself, where you press/click down on the bottom corners. You also get a left-click by pressing down in the center area of the pad, and dragging does work with this input, but it's not exactly easy to click down and drag with that. If you try to do the same thing with the click areas in the corners, it interprets as a double-click when you try to drag. Is there a way to re-map this in the innards of the kext?
  3. I just got a DW1560 card and I have the opposite problem: My wifi works fine, but I have no Bluetooth. No icon in System Preferences, and "No Information Found" in System Information. I have BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext, BrcmPathRAM2.kext, FakePCIID.kext and FakePCIID_Broadcom_WiFi.kext in /S/L/E, and I ran the commands here. Does it matter they are in /S/L/E and not /L/E? Along with saying DW1560 on the card itself, it also says 2202024552-07 and CN06XRYC-773614-6CL-011Q-A02.
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