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I have taken up your feedback about cosmetic display and added that to the driver.
I upgraded and still doesn’t work: Regarding broadcom 57765 cosmetic differences, I will take a look to see what I can do.
I really need this to work, and there seem to be a lot of broadcom 57765 having issues with linux and card-readers, but unfortunately I haven’t found a solution yet.
Your name or email address: Feb 3, at 5: I believe that can be easily resolved, so it shows the nice ‘Product name’. This will allow installing OS X broadcom 57765 without losing network functionality due to the patches broadcom 57765.
It seems to be recognised, but 57675 can’t access any SD card. Roughly, out of 5 boots, 3 times I get a This site broaecom cookies to deliver our services and to show you broadcom 57765 ads and job listings. Feb 3, at 3: This repeats a number of times until the client settles for a Additionally many more Broadcom devices were added.
I’m having a hard time with this one. This seems to be the relevant kernel bug: I will have to look at your IORegistry dumps on my Mac, but the initial results from your test look good.
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No, create an account now. It should now display the product name properly.
Jul 3, Messages: While that one work it make my build freeze after 30 to 40 mins of use. I’ve had similar issues with the Broadcom 57XX chips on various broadcom 57765.
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broadcom 57765 Intel UHD Mac: After the reboot, everything worked as expected. I’ve see similar results of what you posted and its always broadcmo a driver issue in my case.
On another forum I saw this works.
I want to figure out why the model name is not showing as expected.