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Broadcom BCM4322 Wireless Network Adapter Drivers

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I have a big problem with my Hackintosh (iATKOS L2 updated to version 10.7.5). I have a laptop Acer TravelMate 7750G with Broadcom BCM4322 Wireless Network Adapter [vendor id: 4358, device id: 14e4] and I can't install that WiFi on my MAC. I tried all kexts from OSx86, and I read guide about rebrand my adapter, but I have laptop, and there is written that my laptop then can't recognize that adapter.


So what can I do? :/

Please help me, I want hackintoooosh :D

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BCM94322 is natively supported so if your laptop came with that wifi card installed then you have messed up the vanilla kexts and stopped it from working.

If you have installed this card yourself and it is not working then it's probably blacklisted in your BIOS, you may need to patch your BIOS/find a patched one.

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