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This worked for me. A couple things to clarify the instructions above for anyone new to this: 1) IONetworking.kext = IONetworkingFamily.kext -- I spent a lot of time trying to figure out where IONetworking.kext went only to realize it's also IONetworkingFamily.kext 2) After I rebooted, the card showed up under networking, but it said the cable was disconnected. My router also reflected that. After trying to figure out if I had a bad cable, I did this: a) open a terminal window c) sudo -s ifconfig en1 down d) ifconfig en1 up HTH, theacolyte