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How can i uninstall this ???? please help me ... 

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installation failed

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It seems that the StatusBarApp is not compatible with El Capitan (at least that is what the installer is telling me). I switched to custom install and unchecked the StatusBarApp. The installation proceeded normally and my wifi is working again... 

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There are problems with this driver: It interferes with El Capitan's sleep process and if I turn the radio off in the Utility it causes my mac, a MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011) to restart. Any idea how to fix it?

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There are problems with this driver: It interferes with El Capitan's sleep process and if I turn the radio off in the Utility it causes my mac, a MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011) to restart. Any idea how to fix it?

I am having the same issue. Anyone figure out a workaround?

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Tks, work on my asus S550C El Captan RTL8188EU nano usb.

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no one else is getting reboots in El Capitan when Radio is ON for wifi usb?

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This is the only driver installer that I have been able to find that has worked for me on an early 2011 MBP with the Edimax EW-7811un Nano Wifi Adapter. Not getting reboots in El Capitan but did need to un-tick StatusBarApp for the installation to succeed. 

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The usb wifi I'm using is TL-WN823N (which has RTL8192CU chip in it, I believe). @WhatTheActual01 What about turning on or off the radio in the utility? Thanks!

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This is the only driver installer that I have been able to find that has worked for me on an early 2011 MBP with the Edimax EW-7811un Nano Wifi Adapter. Not getting reboots in El Capitan but did need to un-tick StatusBarApp for the installation to succeed. 

How do we un-tick statusbarapp can you tell me ?? 

 

i counldnt install on el capitan please help me 

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How do we un-tick statusbarapp can you tell me ?? 

 

i counldnt install on el capitan please help me 

In the installation process you reach the point when it asks you about the way you want to install the app. You will see a "custom install" button in the lower left part of the window. Just click on it and you will see a list of files that will be installed if you don't do anything. Just uncheck the box next to the statusbarapp.

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In the installation process you reach the point when it asks you about the way you want to install the app. You will see a "custom install" button in the lower left part of the window. Just click on it and you will see a list of files that will be installed if you don't do anything. Just uncheck the box next to the statusbarapp.

Thank you i installed the way you said but app doesn't opened. The Icon just jumping on dock app won't started. :( 

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Thank you i installed the way you said but app doesn't opened. The Icon just jumping on dock app won't started. :( 

I'm sorry, but it seems that you are one of us... The app started up for me, but pretty soon it simply forced my mac to restart. Is your device active? I believe it has to have a led in it that starts flashing if it becomes active.  

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I'm sorry, but it seems that you are one of us... The app started up for me, but pretty soon it simply forced my mac to restart. Is your device active? I believe it has to have a led in it that starts flashing if it becomes active.  

i see. its not active and app doesn't start. its seem we have no solve for this problem :/

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i see. its not active and app doesn't start. its seem we have no solve for this problem :/

If you look into the directory '/System/Library/Extensions' do you see a file called RtWlanU.kext? 

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If you look into the directory '/System/Library/Extensions' do you see a file called RtWlanU.kext? 

yee i see it ? 

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If you look into the directory '/System/Library/Extensions' do you see a file called RtWlanU.kext? 

yes? 

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yes? 

Sorry, then I have run out of ideas... :(

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Sorry, then I have run out of ideas... :(

oh ok :)

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The usb wifi I'm using is TL-WN823N (which has RTL8192CU chip in it, I believe). @WhatTheActual01 What about turning on or off the radio in the utility? Thanks!

Sorry for late response, I did start getting reboots and have since uninstalled everything. Just been dealing without wifi...

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On 02/10/2015 at 3:31 PM, AndrewZarath said:

It seems that the StatusBarApp is not compatible with El Capitan (at least that is what the installer is telling me). I switched to custom install and unchecked the StatusBarApp. The installation proceeded normally and my wifi is working again... 

please how you do this ?

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This work for 10.11.5 with wifi dongles (I have this two: 802.11n USB Wi-Fi Realtek RTL8188EU and Comfast CF-WU810N ) ( here are images of my wifi dongles: http://take.ms/2xBeg) It is working in osx 10.11.5. My hackintosh is online again thank you !!!

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On 23 August 2016 at 5:42 PM, mamislimen said:

please how you do this ?

Please, see my reply @Flexcradia.

A.

25 minutes ago, user928 said:

This work for 10.11.5 with wifi dongles (I have this two: 802.11n USB Wi-Fi Realtek RTL8188EU and Comfast CF-WU810N ) ( here are images of my wifi dongles: http://take.ms/2xBeg) It is working in osx 10.11.5. My hackintosh is online again thank you !!!

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Sounds great! Does this mean, that you don't experince any inexplicable restarts?

Thx,

A.

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I don`t have works to thank you! It`s an absurd to think an adapter is obsolete because sellers don`t give us a new driver each new OSx! Please, update this amazing driver each time! Working perfect in an old Edimax/EDUP and a new TP-Link in Sierra OSx. Our best regards, good luck!

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thanks

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