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Belkin F7D4101 not working on SL10.6.3

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I have recently installed Snow Leopard on my AMD custom rig. I have a Belkin F7D4101 wireless usb adapater I use to connect to the internet.

Out of the many things not working in my hackintosh I would like to fix the internet issues so that I don't have to go between OS's to look up things on the internet. However I am having trouble getting this to work as I do not have a clue what to do.

This is what the USB info says in the system info:
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Go to -SystemPreferences/Network-add devise-down + button -create interface ,and if you see devise add to network,and click apply.
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When I add an interface these are my only options:




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EDIT: seems this adapter uses a Broadcom BCM4323 chipset

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Still have not found a solution yet, airport utility doesn't recognize it either. I tried using a broadcom enabler from somewhere else but still no luck.





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