- Aug 3, 2013
- Asus N752VX-OpenCore
- i7-6700HQ / HM170
- HD 530 1920 x 1080
- Mobile Phone
I have same problem man. Have you found any solution? My original wifi card is not shown on devices list. I triple checked with even AIDA64. No installed wifi device.And now after a fresh reinstall the original card won’t even show up in the device manager. I can’t fathom that it could have broken or died. But I cannot get it to even register that it exists. I just spent hours googling everything I could think of to try and get it working again. I went back to the BCM94360CS2 and managed to get it visible again, and tried experimenting with some drivers. It seems that the Bluetooth works but I can’t figure out the WiFi. Then after trying a few drivers it went into a hidden state where the computer thinks it is no longer connected, yet the Bluetooth still works. The most recent driver I installed made it so the computer won’t boot unless I disable wireless lan in the BioS. Since it doesn’t think the card is connected it seems it won’t update the drivers when it says it is.
I am so lost on this after wasting 12 hours just trying and failing to get the WiFi card swapped and functioning. I feel like I have tried everything, but I am sure it is something simple I just don’t know about. Desperate for help.
No luck at all for me either so far. And no idea how to fix it. Mac side is good to go. Windows still dead in the water. No drivers I have tried seem to help at all. I could get it to work for a bit, but then as it automatically installs after install all the other drivers something goes wrong and the computer bricks.I have same problem man. Have you found any solution? My original wifi card is not shown on devices list. I triple checked with even AIDA64. No installed wifi device.
This laptop's BIOS is adamant about looking for the Windows bootloader file.I put in a new SSD and things made it a tiny bit further. The other SSD was clearly an issue, but it appears there is still an issue with the drivers. Also, whenever I install Windows on one of the drives it makes windows boot loader the only option for booting in the Bios and the only way I can get back to clover is to put in my USB key and use it to boot. Why is Clover disappearing and how do I get it back?
Can someone PLEASE help me figure out how to get the windows side to function?
And you need to copy CLOVER64.efi from EFI/CLOVER to EFI/Windows/boot and rename it to bootmgfw.efi.This laptop's BIOS is adamant about looking for the Windows bootloader file.
If you have Windows and MacOS installed on the same drive, look in EFI partition for EFI -> Windows. Then, rename the bootmgfw.efi to bootmgfw-orig.efi
The BIOS will boot into Clover, which will allow you to choose either OS.