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please atheros AR9285 NOT worck one assus K53S


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slimani139

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225]Atheros AR9285 802.11b/g/n Wireless Network Adapter :


225] Nom: AirPort Extreme

225] Type: Wi-Fi Controller

225] Gestionnaire installé: Non

225] MSI: Non

225] Bus: PCI

225] Logement: Slot-3

225] Identifiant du fournisseur: 0x8086

225] Identifiant du périphérique: 0x002b

225] Identifiant du fournisseur du sous-système: 0x8086

225] Identifiant du sous-système: 0x1005

225] Identifiant de révision: 0x0000

225] Largeur du câble: x1

225] Vitesse de la liaison: 2.5 GT/s


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If you're sure it's a AR9285 then it should work. I've got a laptop with this card and works flawless. I only got it working after installing a legacy kext off of osx86.net
Will try to find it or upload my kext if I have time today.

Hope this helps.

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open system/library/extensions, copy io80211family to desktop right click -> show content -> plugins, select aiportatheros40 right click -> show content -> open info.plist, scroll until IONameMatch and add or modify pci168c,2b save file.
when finished open kext wizard or similar software an install modified kext. open disk utility repair disk permissions. reboot with -v flag you will see a lot of messages like ATH etc...

Good Luck!! :wink2:

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I think the cleanest way would be to add this :
Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)
				    {
					    Store (Package (0x0C)
						    {
							    "AAPL,slot-name",
							    Buffer (0x08)
							    {
								    "AirPort"
							    },
							    "device-id",
							    Unicode ("*"),
							    "device_type",
							    Buffer (0x08)
							    {
								    "AirPort"
							    },
							    "model",
							    Buffer (0x34)
							    {
								    "Atheros 9285 8802.11 b/g/n Wireless Network Adapter"
							    },
							    "subsystem-id",
							    Buffer (0x04)
							    {
								    0x8F, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00
							    },
							    "subsystem-vendor-id",
							    Buffer (0x04)
							    {
								    0x6B, 0x10, 0x00, 0x00
							    }
						    }, Local0)
					    DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0))
					    Return (Local0)
				    }

At the end of your WLAN device in DSDT, this way it will work natively without changing any kext, give it a try, works perfectly with my Asus G53jw-A1.





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