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TPLINK T9E Not detected 10.13.6

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I bought a second hand TP-Link Archer t9e PCIE card.  It does not work oob. Doesn't show up at all. Green light on the card.

I have tried all the accessible slots, and have done the following in Clover Configurator:

 

Updated Lilu,

Installed AirportBrcmFixup.kext to Kexts/other

FixAirport in Acpi

brcmfx-country=NO in Boot


In system report - Wi-Fi, it does not show up.

Could it be that I have two ethernet ports, and using iMac 18,3 SMBIOS?

I'm clueless, any ideas?

 

Specs

High Sierra 10.13.6

Aorus Gaming 7-op (without optane)

Intel 9700k

Noctua NH-d15

Sapphire Pulse RX580 8GB 

16 GB HyperX 2666

Sata 860 evo

 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Nothing to do with having 2 x Lan ports, no. Did you check for the presence of the card in IOReg with, say, IORegistryExplorer? Save an output from that app, zip it and post it here. The card is normally based on Broadcom BCM4360 (14e4:43a0) and should work OOB.

 

Edited by Hervé

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I couldn't find it there, but I may have missed it. I used the terminal command ioreg -r -n ARPT | grep IOName and it showed nothing. 

 

Should i try the command with the card in different slots? 

Lemonius.zip

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Nothing registered in IOReg. The card may be faulty or the slot disabled. You would not have any DSDT patch or SSDT that does that, would you?

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I'm pretty sure my SSDT only affects the USB ports. I'm adding the SSDT and clover files, would you kindly see if there is anything wrong?  I guess i could install windows to see if it appears there.

config and ssdt.zip

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'not using a patched DSDT then? I'd change CsrActiveConfig to 0x67 if I were you, at least until you're all sorted.

 

Edited by Hervé

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I'll return the card. I installed windows, not detected there. I tried in the same slot that i have the gpu in, no dice. Thanks for your help! 

 

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