- May 3, 2020
Thanks Edhawk, I work nights so don't always see post right a way.
Am I correct in saying the ROM's the Mac address of my ethernet port? If so, I've got windows 10 installed on the machine so should be able to find the Mac addressHave you added the ROM as well? This is needed if you are to get Messages, iCloud etc. working.
You are not wrong about not being able to tell which DeviceProperties entry relates to the WiFi card.
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Not without a bit of help from Moozuki.
Or being able to boot macOS on the system, and then using Hackintool or a similar app to see which Device your system doesn't use/contain.
Ok thanks.. now for my next daft question.. how do I disable them? Is there a way to comment them out so that I don't have to delete them completely?Until I have the time to figure it all out, I would disable all of them. Then enable one at a time until you find the one that makes the ethernet show as internal.
There are 3 of them:
one for the ethernet,
one for the NVMe drive,
one for the WIFI/BT card.
The system should run fine without them.
If your system is booting you can use Hackintool to identify which is which.
The one for the ethernet is there so messages etc works correctly.
I need to remember to remove them before I upload my EFI, .