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Hello,

 

I have done a semi-successful install of macOS Sierra 10.12.6 on my Dell OptiPlex 3010. When I mean semi-successful, I mean I have some issues left, one of them is Networking.

 

Networking, meaning Ethernet, does not seem to work on this machine after installing Mac OS. I've tried installing kext files, reinstalling Sierra, and so on but nothing seems to work, I have an Ethernet cable plugged and it's lights flashing and whatever but the connection does not show up in Sierra.

 

My PC Specs are:

 

Dell OptiPlex 3010 MT

 

Intel Core i3-3240 @ 3.40GHz

 

AMD Radeon HD 7470

 

4GB of RAM

 

Realtek RTL8111E

 

So, Any Help?

 

-Discount_Mac

 

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