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  1. Got it working now including Handoff using v7 4096. C/K/O only! - Configured USB correctly with USBInjectAll to get bluetooth USB on internal USB - Added Device Property - Added brcmfx-driver=1 brcmfx-country=#a And VERY, VERY, VERY important, disabled Wake on LAN and PCIE ASPM in BIOS.
  2. Thanks that fixed it in Windows at least. Just as a side note and maybe the reason why there are 12 pages on this. None of the mentioned solutions seems to work for this card. As I found out from other threads now, it seems to depend even on the subversion etc. PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_43A3&SUBSYS_00231028&REV_08\4&1A9424EB&0&00E2 PCIROOT(0)#PCI(1C02)#PCI(0000) ACPI(_SB_)#ACPI(PCI0)#ACPI(RP03)#ACPI(PXSX) It is possible to activate it but it will slow down the system and make it unusable. Applying the workaround proposed in another thread to use AirportBrcmFixup and brcmfx-driver=1 for some reason does not work. It will not boot. Either I get AirPort_Brcm43xx start failed, Memory leak of bytes 116, Failed 'startGated()' or kext stall or an underrun or a kernel panic. I read about masking pins but I really don´t like the idea. THX anyway!
  3. I got a CN-08PKF4 and I got it to work somehow work in MacOS using: BrcmPatchRAM2.kext, BrcmFirmwareData.kext in EFI/CLOVER/Kext/Other. "Somehow" means that I get KP booting MacOs two times before it actually boots. The strange thing now is that WiFi stopped working in Win10 now. When I click on update driver in Windows 10, I get a Windows bluescreen now. Did I maybe alter the firmware and break the card now?
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