- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- Core i7-2600K
- Intel HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
You should check that it is on the PCIe bus with 'lspci -nn' in Linux Terminal, DPCIManager->PCI List in macOS/OS X, or Windows Device Manager.I recently got a BCM94360CD wi-fi / bluetooth kit as I heard this chipset was natively compatible in OSX (I’m using 10.11.5).
The exact kit I got is a FV-T919 like this one:
I’ve installed this on my GA-Z170MX-Gaming-5 Skylake build. I’ve read on various forums that this card works perfectly when installed in a PCIEX1 slot, but mine is covered by my video card, so I’ve installed it in the PCIEX8 slot. The wifi is NOT found.
I was wondering if this was an issue I could fix somehow by making some changes to FakePCIID? If so, how would I do this?
FakePCIID is only used in your case to enable Airport branding (and no changes are needed, assuming the device-ids of your device are correct).
It won't help you get the device to appear on the PCIe bus if it is not present (that is a hardware/installation problem).
Note that if you have a patched DSDT (in ACPI/patched), adding/changing hardware can invalidate it.