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I tried to connect to my university's network, but it says that "WPA-Enterprise / WPA2-Enterprise isn't supported yet!!!"

 

When will it be supported? Any idea?

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Anyone experiencing problems with OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)?? When I updated last night to the GM BETA my Mediatek USB Dongle suffered a heart attack. It still shows up I'm my System Profiler, which means it's recognized, but both the Ralink Wireless Utility and the other D-Link DWA 140 Utility no longer "see" the adapter.

 

Just curious if anyone else has had this problem and what solutions have been found.

 

Thanks.

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Anyone experiencing problems with OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)?? When I updated last night to the GM BETA my Mediatek USB Dongle suffered a heart attack. It still shows up I'm my System Profiler, which means it's recognized, but both the Ralink Wireless Utility and the other D-Link DWA 140 Utility no longer "see" the adapter.

 

Just curious if anyone else has had this problem and what solutions have been found.

 

Thanks.

 

 

No problem here. Just updated to 10.11 Beta (15A278b) via App Store and its working just fine. 

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Anyone experiencing problems with OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)?? When I updated last night to the GM BETA my Mediatek USB Dongle suffered a heart attack. It still shows up I'm my System Profiler, which means it's recognized, but both the Ralink Wireless Utility and the other D-Link DWA 140 Utility no longer "see" the adapter.

 

Just curious if anyone else has had this problem and what solutions have been found.

 

Thanks.

 

I have your same problem avannoord, anyone knows how to fix it? (My device is a EDUP EP-N8531 NANO ADAPTER - Chipset RALINK 5370) 

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Fixed! 

In order to make the driver work again just disable SIP (System integrity protection). Follow these steps in order to disable SIP:

 

1. restart Mac 

2. hold CMD+R until you hear the sound, in this way you are going to boot in Recovery mode

3. From Utilities Menu, select Terminal and write: csrutil disable

4. Terminal will answer System integrity protection is disabled

5. From  menu select Restart

 

Done, the driver will work as before the update.  ;)

 

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Just wanted to say that i made mistake in deleting everything after upgrading to Capitan and i had to go read all this topic again to get the right stuff back :-(

 

Probably only needed to disable SIP, because that is what is needed after you upgrade to make it work again.

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Unfortunately I have not managed to make the driver work with El Capitan (used to work on Yosemite - see my earlier post). I have used SIPUtility to disable sip:

 

csrutil_status_disabled_run_outside_reco

 

Additionally, I noticed that when installing the package, no kext's are put inside /System/Library/Extensions

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I had followed this guide and everything was fine till Yosemite. Now I have upgraded to El Capitan and the guide is not working anymore. I used the same wireless driver for Yosemite and installed it using EasyKext Utility. After reboot the pref pane shows no wireless device found.

 

post-1168661-0-75211000-1447500371_thumb.png

 

The kext is being loaded as per kextstat

kextstat | grep RT
   31    0 0xffffff7f81e18000 0x8000     0x8000     com.apple.driver.AppleRTC (2.0) 30E31171-564B-35AC-930F-385EE149042E <11 5 4 3 1>
   70    0 0xffffff7f810c0000 0x98000    0x98000    com.Ralink.driver.RT2870USBWirelessDriver (4.2.9) 6F8EAB45-6166-7B56-95E6-B44FDF8DDE57 <50 41 5 4 3 1>

Please help. Thanks!!

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I had followed this guide and everything was fine till Yosemite. Now I have upgraded to El Capitan and the guide is not working anymore. I used the same wireless driver for Yosemite and installed it using EasyKext Utility. After reboot the pref pane shows no wireless device found.

 

attachicon.gifScreen Shot 2015-11-14 at 4.50.52 PM.png

 

The kext is being loaded as per kextstat

kextstat | grep RT
   31    0 0xffffff7f81e18000 0x8000     0x8000     com.apple.driver.AppleRTC (2.0) 30E31171-564B-35AC-930F-385EE149042E <11 5 4 3 1>
   70    0 0xffffff7f810c0000 0x98000    0x98000    com.Ralink.driver.RT2870USBWirelessDriver (4.2.9) 6F8EAB45-6166-7B56-95E6-B44FDF8DDE57 <50 41 5 4 3 1>

Please help. Thanks!!

 

Please try first with latest driver version V5.0.1.25 !      see #143

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Please try first with latest driver version V5.0.1.25 !      see #143

 

I downloaded the latest driver. Its not installing the kext. I manually installed the kext by extracting it using Pacifist. It wasn't loading. Then I tried editing the Info.plist and adding the vendor & product id from System Profiler to RT5370 section. The driver loaded but the utility is not working. The preference pane shows the same result

 

Help!!

 

UPDATE

 

WirelessUtility shows this

2015-11-14 18:30:55.753 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:30:57.754 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:30:59.754 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:31:01.754 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:31:03.754 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:31:05.753 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 

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I downloaded the latest driver. Its not installing the kext. I manually installed the kext by extracting it using Pacifist. It wasn't loading. Then I tried editing the Info.plist and adding the vendor & product id from System Profiler to RT5370 section. The driver loaded but the utility is not working. The preference pane shows the same result

 

Help!!

 

UPDATE

 

WirelessUtility shows this

2015-11-14 18:30:55.753 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:30:57.754 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:30:59.754 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:31:01.754 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:31:03.754 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 
2015-11-14 18:31:05.753 WirelessUtility[1977:13014] OidQueryInformation [Line 198] OidQueryInformation ==> NoDriver 

I suggest you to install Clover R3320 and inject the kext with clover.

Be sure also to use SIP utility or configure Clover to autorise kext load active

 

<key>RtVariables</key>

    <dict>

        <key>CsrActiveConfig</key>

        <string>0x67</string>

        <key>BooterConfig</key>

        <string>0x28</string>

    </dict>

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I suggest you to install Clover R3320 and inject the kext with clover.

Be sure also to use SIP utility or configure Clover to autorise kext load active

 

<key>RtVariables</key>

    <dict>

        <key>CsrActiveConfig</key>

        <string>0x67</string>

        <key>BooterConfig</key>

        <string>0x28</string>

    </dict>

 

I tried injecting the kext through clover.

 

The modified kext with product & vendor id as per System profiler loads but the app still shows the same error

Unmodified kext doesn't load at all

 

:(  :(

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Did you use latest Clover version ? Because Clover has to be version r3258 at least for total El Capitan support !


Read elsewhere found this package  by  m.gbt

 

I did not try it !!

 

 

All-in-one kext for Realtek Wireless USB adapters [El Capitan ready] 1827.4.05142015 / 2.3.11

 

The package includes:
1.RtWlanU.kext
2.Wireless Network Utility
3.Icon app in the status bar
and a separate utility to delete old files.

 

All credits go to vbin. I've just repackaged it in order to make it installable under El Capitan.

Universal driver for Mac OS X 10.x.x.
Only one driver for many Wireless USB Adapters on the chip Realtek



The list of supported devices and chips:

"ASUS_USB-AC56"
"ASUS_USB-N10"
"ASUS_USB-N10E"
"ASUS_USB-N13"
"AboCom_8178"
"AboCom_8189"
"Abocom_0811"
"Abocom_88EU"
"Abocom_AC"
"Amigo"
"AzureWave"
"Belkin_1004"
"Belkin_1102"
"Belkin_2102"
"Belkin_2103"
"Belkin_F9L1106_v2"
"Belkin_F9L1106v2"
"Buffallo_25D"
"Buffallo_433DM"
"Compare-8010"
"Compare-8011"
"Corega"
"D-Link_DWA-131"
"D-Link_DWA-131E"
"DLINK_DWA123"
"DLINK_DWA125"
"DLINK_GO_USB_N150"
"DLink-DWA121"
"DLink-DWA123"
"DLink-DWA131B1"
"DLink-DWA132"
"DLink-DWA133"
"DLink-DWA135"
"Dlink_DWA-171"
"Dlink_DWA-172"
"Dlink_DWA-180"
"Dlink_DWA-182"
"Dlink_DWA-182_B1"
"Dlink_DWA-183"
"ELECOM WDC-150SU2M"
"ELECOM WDC-300SU2S"
"ELECOM_WDC-433DU2"
"Edimax_7811"
"Edimax_7822"
"Edimax_AC600"
"Edimax_EW-7811UAC"
"Edimax_EW-7822UAC"
"Edimax_GLP"
"EnGenius_AC"
"Feixun_90"
"Feixun_91"
"HP"
"Hawking_8811AU"
"Hawking_8812AU"
"Hawking_HW7ACU"
"Hawking_HWDN3"
"Hawking_HWUN4"
"Hercules_HWUm300"
"Hercules_HWUp150"
"IO_DATA"
"IO_DATA_AC433"
"IO_DATA_AC433UM"
"IO_DATA_WN-AC867U"
"Linksys_WUSB6300"
"Logitec"
"Logitec_LAN-W866ACU3"
"Loopcomm_ACA1"
"Netgear_A6100"
"Netgear_N300MA"
"Netgear_WNA1000M"
"Netgear_WNA3100M"
"NetweeN_91"
"PCI_BT-Micro3H2X"
"PCI_GW-300S"
"PCI_GW_USEco300"
"PCI_GW_USLight"
"PCI_GW_USNano2"
"PCI_GW_USValue_EZ"
"PCI_SW_WF02-AD15"
"Planex_GW-450S"
"Planex_GW-900D"
"RTL8188CTV"
"RTL8188CTV_0A8A"
"RTL8188CTV_8011"
"RTL8188CU"
"RTL8188CUS_1E1E"
"RTL8188CUS_2E2E"
"RTL8188CUS_5088"
"RTL8188CUS_Combo"
"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFF8"
"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFFB"
"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFFC"
"RTL8188CUS_Solo"
"RTL8188CUS_VL"
"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFF7"
"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFF9"
"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFFA"
"RTL8188EU"
"RTL8188EU_ETV"
"RTL8188EU_VAU"
"RTL8188RU"
"RTL8188RU_Netcore"
"RTL8192CU"
"RTL8192CU_8177"
"RTL8192CU_8178"
"RTL8192EU"
"RTL8192EU-2"
"RTL8811AU"
"RTL8812AU"
"RTL8812AU-VL"
"RTL8812AU-VN"
"RTL8812AU-VS"
"Sitecom WLA-1100"
"Sitecom WLA-2100"
"Sitecom_WL365"
"Sitecom_WLA-2104"
"Sitecom_WLA1001v1"
"Sitecom_WLA2102"
"Sitecom_WLA4001"
"Sitecom_WLA7100"
"TEW_804UB"
"TEW_805UB"
"TPLink_8812"
"TP_Link"
"TrendNet_804B"
"TrendNet_805B"
"Trendnet_624D"
"Trendnet_648B"
"Western_AC"
"ZyXEL"
"ZyXEL_AC"

 

 

 

Installer.pkg.zip

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Hi

 

My hardware (Mac mini 6,2 Late 2012) Yosemite 10.10.5

 

I have wifi usb adapter TP-LINK AC600 Archer T2UH http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/cat-11_Archer-T2UH.html


I hope that someone would be helpful  ;)

Thanks I just buying the TP-LINK AC600 Archer T2UH

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You have the  latest driver here on  her sites  :P  :D

http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/Archer-T2UH.html#Driver

 Working perfect  :thumbsup_anim:

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Did you use latest Clover version ? Because Clover has to be version r3258 at least for total El Capitan support !

Read elsewhere found this package  by  m.gbt

 

I did not try it !!

 

 

All-in-one kext for Realtek Wireless USB adapters [El Capitan ready] 1827.4.05142015 / 2.3.11

 

The package includes:

1.RtWlanU.kext

2.Wireless Network Utility

3.Icon app in the status bar

and a separate utility to delete old files.

 

All credits go to vbin. I've just repackaged it in order to make it installable under El Capitan.

 

Universal driver for Mac OS X 10.x.x.

Only one drive for many Wireless USB Adapters on the chip Realtek

 

 

 

The list of supported devices and chips:

"ASUS_USB-AC56"

"ASUS_USB-N10"

"ASUS_USB-N10E"

"ASUS_USB-N13"

"AboCom_8178"

"AboCom_8189"

"Abocom_0811"

"Abocom_88EU"

"Abocom_AC"

"Amigo"

"AzureWave"

"Belkin_1004"

"Belkin_1102"

"Belkin_2102"

"Belkin_2103"

"Belkin_F9L1106_v2"

"Belkin_F9L1106v2"

"Buffallo_25D"

"Buffallo_433DM"

"Compare-8010"

"Compare-8011"

"Corega"

"D-Link_DWA-131"

"D-Link_DWA-131E"

"DLINK_DWA123"

"DLINK_DWA125"

"DLINK_GO_USB_N150"

"DLink-DWA121"

"DLink-DWA123"

"DLink-DWA131B1"

"DLink-DWA132"

"DLink-DWA133"

"DLink-DWA135"

"Dlink_DWA-171"

"Dlink_DWA-172"

"Dlink_DWA-180"

"Dlink_DWA-182"

"Dlink_DWA-182_B1"

"Dlink_DWA-183"

"ELECOM WDC-150SU2M"

"ELECOM WDC-300SU2S"

"ELECOM_WDC-433DU2"

"Edimax_7811"

"Edimax_7822"

"Edimax_AC600"

"Edimax_EW-7811UAC"

"Edimax_EW-7822UAC"

"Edimax_GLP"

"EnGenius_AC"

"Feixun_90"

"Feixun_91"

"HP"

"Hawking_8811AU"

"Hawking_8812AU"

"Hawking_HW7ACU"

"Hawking_HWDN3"

"Hawking_HWUN4"

"Hercules_HWUm300"

"Hercules_HWUp150"

"IO_DATA"

"IO_DATA_AC433"

"IO_DATA_AC433UM"

"IO_DATA_WN-AC867U"

"Linksys_WUSB6300"

"Logitec"

"Logitec_LAN-W866ACU3"

"Loopcomm_ACA1"

"Netgear_A6100"

"Netgear_N300MA"

"Netgear_WNA1000M"

"Netgear_WNA3100M"

"NetweeN_91"

"PCI_BT-Micro3H2X"

"PCI_GW-300S"

"PCI_GW_USEco300"

"PCI_GW_USLight"

"PCI_GW_USNano2"

"PCI_GW_USValue_EZ"

"PCI_SW_WF02-AD15"

"Planex_GW-450S"

"Planex_GW-900D"

"RTL8188CTV"

"RTL8188CTV_0A8A"

"RTL8188CTV_8011"

"RTL8188CU"

"RTL8188CUS_1E1E"

"RTL8188CUS_2E2E"

"RTL8188CUS_5088"

"RTL8188CUS_Combo"

"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFF8"

"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFFB"

"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFFC"

"RTL8188CUS_Solo"

"RTL8188CUS_VL"

"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFF7"

"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFF9"

"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFFA"

"RTL8188EU"

"RTL8188EU_ETV"

"RTL8188EU_VAU"

"RTL8188RU"

"RTL8188RU_Netcore"

"RTL8192CU"

"RTL8192CU_8177"

"RTL8192CU_8178"

"RTL8192EU"

"RTL8192EU-2"

"RTL8811AU"

"RTL8812AU"

"RTL8812AU-VL"

"RTL8812AU-VN"

"RTL8812AU-VS"

"Sitecom WLA-1100"

"Sitecom WLA-2100"

"Sitecom_WL365"

"Sitecom_WLA-2104"

"Sitecom_WLA1001v1"

"Sitecom_WLA2102"

"Sitecom_WLA4001"

"Sitecom_WLA7100"

"TEW_804UB"

"TEW_805UB"

"TPLink_8812"

"TP_Link"

"TrendNet_804B"

"TrendNet_805B"

"Trendnet_624D"

"Trendnet_648B"

"Western_AC"

"ZyXEL"

"ZyXEL_AC"

 

 

 

attachicon.gifInstaller.pkg.zip

 

Thanks a lot it worked  :drool:  :w00t:  :w00t:  :thumbsup_anim:  :thumbsup_anim:

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If anyone want this  

TP-LINK_Wireless_Configuration_Utility.app

Edit******

Also attached

WirelessUtility.app

 

I have change this icons  for real WIFI Mac icon :D  :thumbsup_anim:

Just change the app and closed session or reboot  B)

 

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After installation of MT7610U_D5.0.1.25_SDK1.0.2.18_UI5.0.0.27_20150429, I make a restart and the mac not boot anymore.

Its only come the apple logo and than a prohibition sign. :S

Any solution???

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Try a Clover boot with boot flags to see where it stucks

  • -v - Verbose Boot.
  • -s - Boot OS X into Single User Mode.
  • -x - Boot OS X into SafeBoot (Safe Mode).

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      RAM: 4.00GB Single-Channel DDR3 @ 532MHz (7-8-8-28)
       
      Motherboard: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. TP501UA (U3E1)
       
      Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 520 (ASUStek Computer Inc) 
       
      Monitor: Generic PnP Monitor (1920x1080@60Hz)                 
       
      Storage HDD: 465GB Seagate ST500LT012-1DG142 (SATA)
       
      Audio: Realtek
       
      Network: Qualcomm Atheros AR946x Wireless Network Adapter
    • By Angelo_
      Non sono sicuro di essere nella sezione giusta ma stavo cercando un adattatore wifi usb compatibile con high sierra per un paio di hackintosh(di mio fratello e di un amico) che non possono essere connessi in lan e non riesco a trovare niente né nei negozi di elettronica né su amazon, avete qualche suggerimento? Ho anche provato una breve ricerca su google sia in italiano che in inglese senza ottenere risultati :v
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