- Nov 27, 2018
- Lenovo X1 Carbon G6 - Clover
- UHD 620, 2560x1440
Yes I did that thanks10.14.2 goes unstable because the IO80211Family kext for Mojave gets reinstalled you have to disable the card then update and remove the io80211family kext once again. Especially if you put the io80211family kext from Yosemite into the /L/E/ folder because it remains there after the upgrade. Im currently running 10.14.2 with the card still and it works fine. I found the mavericks IO80211family kext works as well and it doesn't cause forced reboots. Ill post it when I get a moment. Or just look on the internet for it Not mavericks Im sorry El Capitain 10.11
I tried that too and got the same issue. I think the poster who proposed this also reported the same issue as the system crawling to an halt.BTW I also got the card working with the Mojave APBCM4360 kext by adding the subset vendor and id number in place of the normal one. So on my card the main string is pci14e4,43a3 and the sub vendor is 1028 with the sub ID being 0023 and if I add it to the plist file of the Mojave 4360 kext in place of 43a3 as pci1028,23 (dropping the zeros) then the card begins working but then experiences a complete takeover of my cpu usage after a half hour or so. Its weird.
For me the best configuration is using the Yosemite Kext with @livacore patch from the first post. The system is stable and fast and the only KPs happen on shutdown which I can live with so I'll keep this card for now as it works well in Windows too.
Thanks again for your help