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Airport Is not visible in system prefrences


i am sorry if i double posted it but i didn't find my solution so i am posting it. Here is my problem :-


when i go to system preferences > networks i only see ethernet and bluetooth options wifi is disabled radio button and in bar above i don't see any airport on or off. i tried many fixes but none of them worked. i tried slytherin 1.3 it also gives error installation failed please help me what i am supposed to do ? everything is working fine except this and i am using niresh 10.9 please help me . i shall be thankful :sadsmile::crying:

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@deep90s whats your Wi-Fi Chipset Model?

here it is which i was using when i was using windows :-


Dell Wireless 1702 802.11 b/g/n


Please help me  :sadsmile:  :crying:  

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one more thing in information laptop says there is no PCI cards on your computer . what does it mean bro is it mean i wont be able to connect to wifi ? :sadsmile:

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your wifi is Supported try this Kext if will not work then you need to Add your dev id in Kext ..

no it still don't show airport icon and still wifi is disabled.


please tell me what do i type in dev id here is dev id and vendor id of my BCM4313 i copied f4rom my PCI list :-


Vendor id :- 14E4

Device :- 4727


i try to edit in contents > info.plist


but didnt know what string do i edit please tell me what string i paste there.


I also found kext files in plugin folder there do i have to do the same procedure in those files too ?



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are you sure this is BCM4313 ???if yes see compatibility table 


it's not supported :(

oh :sadsmile: anyway thanks for helping me  coz it may not be supported thanks a lot for helping me God bless you deepak bhai and niresh bro and niresh team :wub: you can close topic bro

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