As soon as the screen goes black, hold down “Command” and “R” until you see a black screen with an Apple logo and a white progress bar. Download and install the drivers from the CD, kindly uploaded by this fine human being. It’ll all be ok. Sometimes you just need to install the chipset’s drivers. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: Yeah, you, with the working ethernet adapter.
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It’ll all be ok. Notebooks Speciality level out of ten: Post as a guest Name. But, if you need it to, and are aware of and OK with the risks, it works. They won’t understand, but jac will forgive you. You can stop tearing you hair out now. If you are lucky, you will have an Asix’s chipset and you can follow these steps to get it working. If your adapter wasn’t specifically advertised as Mac-compatible, then 0z9700 unlikely to work.
USB Ethernet Not Working in macOS Sierra? – Stephen Foskett, Pack Rat
The old drivers still work, no problem, but are being blocked in El Capitan because they aren’t “signed” properly, since they weren’t re-issued for El Capitan. You can re-enable SIP after installing the driver. Is this no longer supported by Apple?
View answer in context. Open System Preferences, and go to the Network Pane. If you’re in doubt, please make the decision that makes the most sense for your security concerns. Now mmac the top bar, click the Apple Logo and then Restart.
How To Use A Generic USB Ethernet Adapter RD9700 On Mac OS X
Click here to download the zip file and extract it to your Desktop. Open System Preferences, and go to the Network Pane.
Jul 20, It works on OSX Sierra. The same situation when I set fix IP manually. You may be prompted for your Administrator password.
How to use a Generic USB 2.0 10/100M Ethernet Adaptor RD9700 on Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan
Once your Mac has rebooted, open Terminal and enter the following then press the Enter key: Unplug your USB adapter. Just to comment that this worked for me with this adapter.
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As soon as the screen goes black, hold down “Command” and “R” until you see a black screen with an Apple logo and a white progress bar. In the terminal window, you need to type the follow and then hit enter: This also disables malware protection for your machine, and given that we’ve started to see genuine malware for OS X in the wild, it’s a slightly larger security risk than it was in Yosemite.
Definitely take a read down below to see what’s changed in El Capitan, and if disabling SIP makes sense for your setup. From the top bar, select “Utilities” and then “Terminal” In the terminal, run csrutil disable. There are a couple of 3rd party brands that positively will work but I wouldn’t trust just any off brand adapter and if its a PC manufacturer brand, then it definitely won’t have the internal circuitry that a Mac-compatible adapter will have so the answer, unfortunately is just In the terminal window, you need to type the follow and then hit enter: Unplug your USB adapter, and reboot and give yourself a clean slate.
May 25, 7: Apple has a new security mode, called “System Integrity Protection” SIP that prevents anyone – even you with your password – from modifying system files. A proper instruction for RD is here https: