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Ok so I just ordered a original apple airport wireless card to go in my laptop, then I found out I have a whitelisted bios xD. But there was a non-whitelisted bios for download (which worked). So as soon as this part gets here I can, in theory, plug it in (mini pci-e to mini pcie-e). and it should have complete compatibility with OS X right?

Link to part http://www.amazon.co...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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Yes. Why not? I have a reflashed (sub vendor/sub dev/ dev ID changed to Apple's card IDs) IBM Atheros card and HP notebook with the whitelist edited to accept the card. The card is recognised as a native Airport card and works flawlessly.

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Ok thanks!!





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