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Maybe because the card or the slot are not enabled. Checked your BIOS settings or wireless switch if you have one?

 

You'll also need to seriously cleanup your Clover setup (kexts + config); it's a total mess! For the BCM4350, get rid of all those kexts, id faking and patches you've got in place...

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If it works with Windows, then the card is fully enabled; you had omitted that information... Cleanup your Clover setup as suggested/recommended and post a zipped saved output from IORegistryExplorer.

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Well... ain't that the DW1820A or what?

DW1820A.thumb.jpg.e8f01bda49ef8c21b323d155b512f06b.jpg

 

-> RP06@1C,5.PXSX@0, i.e. PciRoot(0x0,0x0)/Pci(0x1c,0x05)/Pci(0x0,0x0).

 

I guess you know what to do now...

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Please post zipped copy of your modified Clover EFI folder. If you've installed kexts in /L/E and/or /S/L/E, please specify the name of them. Same if you made any changes/patches to vanilla kexts in /S/L/E.

 

 

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Why don't you read the guide I linked you to with attention and do as described in it?

 

Good luck.

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Use vanilla (unmodified) 802.11Family kext in /S/L/E. Nothing else. Remove AirportBrcmFix kext and associated boot option to begin with.

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What DSDT injection??? There was nothing in the ACPI/patched folder of the Clover EFI folders you posted earlier! You do not need to apply "FixAirport", your already have the necessary device registered in IOReg.

 

Your Clover setup was rather messy...

 

Injected kexts:

  • kexts in E/C/k/10.14 AND E/C/k/O
  • Incorrect Broadcom BT firmware kexts (you've copied all Rehabman's kexts instead of only the required pair!)
  • Injection of VoodooTSCSync + NullCPUPowerManagement; why? What platform/CPU is your laptop based on?
  • IntelMausiEthernet + RTL8111 + TRL8100; which LAN card do you have?
  • Older versions of Lilu + WEG

 

In the Clover config:

  • KernelPm + AICPUPM + Kernel Lapic + Kernel CPU patches
  • Inject Intel + Inject ATI
  • No SMBIOS profile
  • you also removed all ACPI device renaming!

 

What kind of laptop is this? What generation? CPU? Please specify the specs.

 

Edited by Hervé

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Sorry for my incompetence.

I restored the old IO80211family.kext 

 

my pc: 

CPU: i7 6500u 

Ethernet: RTL8100 

Wifi: Dell DW1820A

 

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Ok, started from the Clover EFI folder you attached in post #1 and adjusted things.

 

Clover config:

  • added SMBIOS of MBP13,1 (SKL model)
  • generated serial #, MLB, SMUUID, etc.
  • removed all the useless patches you had added  for Brcm4360 kext + IOBluetooth
  • removed all those BrcmFixup related boot options (to begin with)
  • removed the AICPUPM patch (only applicable to Sandy Bridge + Ivy Bridge laptops)

 

Kexts:

  • Cleaned thing up
  • updated to latest versions of Lilu + WEG

 

Give that a try and report accordingly.

 

CLOVER.zip

 

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yes, i did.

I don't understand why pc crash, giving the kernel panic. It happens randomly.

I tried to install "BrcmFirmwareData.kext" and "BrcmNonPatchRAM2.kext", thinking it that was the problem but without result.

 

 

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I tried to reinstall MacOS on my pc.

 

 

I managed to install MacOS on my pc but i don't managed to starting up the first configuration, then i tried to boot MacOS Installer again, but without success. 

 

This is a kernel panic.

What i do?

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