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How would I find which Kext for Ethernet?


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tonydith

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Hi I've been trying to figure out how to find which kext would work and it is not working very well.
I have a GA-Z87 D3HP mother board and i am using the internal onboard Ethernet. I can't seem to get it working or find the right kext for it.

Anyone has an idea which one it could be?
Thanks!

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Not without knowing the make and model of the on-board ethernet.



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How and where would I find the make or model of the Ethernet on board? Would it say on my moth board instructions or online details? Thanks

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Those are good bets.

 

You can also use LSPCI or the Windows Device Manager, if you have Windows installed.



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I have that motherboard

 

You are looking for AppleIntelE1000e.kext







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