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Drivers alternativi da 10.11 a 10.13 per D-Link DWA-131 USB Wireless N Nano

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Ciao a tutti. La chiavetta USB in questione




ha qualche problema per El capitan. A me capitano sporadici riavvii. Per chi volesse, allego dei drivers alternativi che sono nativi per OSX 10.11. Funzionano anche con MacOs 10.12 e 10.13.



EDIT: In allegato la nuova versione con le icone del wifi del Mac.


Grazie a dodvip123 per le icone e Micky1979 per la nuova versione dell'installer.






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Hello! thanks for the driver, it fixed the "frozen sleep"problem I had with El Capitan! Because of that issue, I was stuck with Yosemite (i definitely need the sleep function). I had El capitan installed on a spare hard drive, and tested your driver there. Problem solved, and I just LOVE to have the wireless utility accesible fron the menu bar, instead of an app!


So, i decided to update my Yosemite install on my main drive to El capitan. The driver works ok, but I have experienced several kernel panics (with the corresponding reboot). Apparently, in what I could read, the problem is with the realtek driver. I am running el capitan 10.11.6, on a Macbook Late 08 Unibody aluminum. My airport cable is not functional, and I definitely dont have the money to change the display (that includes the cable), so I'm using a Trendnet TEW-805UB adapter. Thanks in advance for your answer!

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thanks it also work with myRealtek RTL8192EU, much better intégration than Wireless Network Utility (even if it work well too)

in fact i was look for a other driver cos i regulary had kernel panic with the driver i was using.

i already have KP, but seems to be less regulary I'm on sierra 1012.6

Have a nice day.

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guys, i have a D-Link DWA-131 REV.E, and i'm running macOS 10.3.3... no matter what kext i install, it works good, no kernel panics etc but the connection is always slow... it does not happens using usb tethering with a android device and the same network, just with the d-link usb adapter. i tried to change my router settings, but nothing .... any tip? thanks in advance

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Thank you very much for these drivers. You just have saved my life.


My early 2011 macbook pro has not internet connection. I had installed dwa-131 rev b in Gran Capitan and it worked perfectly.


Then i updated to High Sierra (10.13.3) and it stop working until I installed your drivers. I have wifi connection again.


Thanks again.

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Posted (edited)

Hi again, marco.pisellonio80.

Please could you upload the drivers again? I had to reinstall MacOs and I lost the file I downloaded last week.

The forum was down this week and now that it is back, the link doesn't work.

Thanks in advance.


PS.- Got them...thank you again.

Edited by tiotulo
Problem solved

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