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Wi-Fi Problem with Macbook 6,1 Catalina late 2009


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Hi guys, I'm new here :)

 

I have some problem after installing macOS Catalina 10.15.4, it all works really fine except sometime for the Wi-Fi 

it works but sometime I lose the connection, when I click the Wi-Fi pannel it says "Wifi: searching network".

Already reconfigured DNS.

My build is:

Macbook late 2009 

Nvidia 9400m 256MB

Core 2 Duo 

4 GB ram

60 Gigs SSD

Sorry for the poor info but I'm new in Macos.

 

Thanks

 

1 hour ago, BritneySpears98 said:

Hi guys, I'm new here :)

 

I have some problem after installing macOS Catalina 10.15.4, it all works really fine except sometime for the Wi-Fi 

it works but sometime I lose the connection, when I click the Wi-Fi pannel it says "Wifi: searching network".

Already reconfigured DNS.

My build is:

Macbook late 2009 

Nvidia 9400m 256MB

Core 2 Duo 

4 GB ram

60 Gigs SSD

Sorry for the poor info but I'm new in Macos.

 

Thanks

 

 

hello

 

try to use wifi kext from the last macOS supported

 

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good hack

MacBook6,1 were usually fitted with a Broadcom BCM43224 card (14e4:4353) and that's still natively supported in Catalina. Check your IOReg with IORegistryExplorer app and look for ARPT device. Save the IOReg and post a zipped copy if you have trouble on that front.

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