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Asus P5W DH wifi recognized as ethernet, not airport

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Hi everyone!

I am using Lion 10.7.3 on an Asus P5W DH deluxe, everything works like a charm except for one thing: the built-in wifi. I've installed the Realtek 8187L driver and the OS recognizes the wifi card, but is shows up as an Ethernet connection at the Network Preference Panel, and I can't find a way to configure it as an Airport connection, in order to select a proper network and to type in the password.

Any ideas? Thanks!

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the pci class is 200 not 280 ..... 280 is wireless 200 is LAN

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the pci class is 200 not 280 ..... 280 is wireless 200 is LAN


Thanks! it is probably what is happening... sorry bothering again with my absolute ignorance, but how can I modify the PCI class in order to change "200" to "280"? Thanks again!






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