You are posting a reply to: If your adapter wasn’t specifically advertised as Mac-compatible, then its unlikely to work. Open System Preferences and go to Network. This worked for me on El Capitan I managed to get my noname adapter working, but the internet speed is only 5mbps although I have mbps connection: Steps to get your adapter working if you’ve never used the adapter before in Mac OS
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For Realtek based USB 2. This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Please try again now or at a later time. You can re-enable SIP after installing the driver.
This is the only manual I’ve found so far that has ALL necessary steps. Email Required, but never shown.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Unplug your USB adapter, and reboot and give yourself a clean slate. There are a couple of 3rd party brands that positively will work but I wouldn’t trust just any off brand adapter and if its a PC manufacturer brand, then it definitely won’t have the internal circuitry that a Gigawwre adapter will have so the answer, unfortunately is just You are reporting the following post: If your adapter wasn’t specifically advertised as Mac-compatible, then its unlikely to work.
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This one tip will help you sleep better tonight A few seconds are all you need to get a better night’s rest. For a Cable Matters gihaware, I had to get the drivers from here: Uninstall the dozens of other drivers you may have installed in the process of trying to get this working.
Plug in your USB Adapter, with a live ethernet cable. They won’t understand, but they will forgive you. In addition, you will be able to share internet using the RD too.
Once your Mac has rebooted, open Terminal and enter the following then press the Enter key: From where do I get this. Marc Wilson gigsware 6.
I do not see any option for a USB-Ethernet adapter. Now from the top bar, click the Apple Logo and then Restart. Steps to get your adapter working if you’ve never used the adapter before in Mac OS Click here to download the zip file and extract it to your Desktop. Let go, and wait for your computer to boot into recovery mode. Sign up using Facebook. The previous answer by [Aaron Wallentine] and inkandfeet requires using csrutil disable which etheret your system to malware.
I managed to get my noname adapter working, but the internet speed is only 5mbps although I have mbps connection: Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: I presume that any driver that worked for these types of things pre-Yosemite Sometimes you just need to install the chipset’s drivers.
Apologize to the people you care about for the things you’ve said over the past few hours. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Sebastian Gonzalez gigawaare 2.