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Ethernet driver for Mac OS X 10.8 or higher(Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion), 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

Use with the newest MacBook Air 2013

Ethernet Driver Version: 1.5.0

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Ethernet driver for Mac OS X 10.8 or higher (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion), 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

Use with MacBook Air 2012

Ethernet Driver Version: 1.4.0

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Ethernet driver for 32/64 bit Windows 8 OS

Ethernet Driver Version: 1.16.7.0

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Ethernet driver for 32/64 bit Windows 7 OS

Ethernet Driver Version: 1.14.7.0

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How to Install 

For 10.7 (Lion) and 10.6 (Snow Leopard):

Once the file AX88179_178A.dmg_.zip download is done, just double-click it to open the file folder.

Double-click “AX88179_178A.dmg” and the “Disk Image” device will appear on the Desktop of your Mac OS X system under Devices. (This “Disk Image” device will auto-remove after you reboot Mac OS X at the end of the installation.)

For 10.8 (Mountain Lion)

Also, double-click “AX88179_178A.dmg” and the “Disk Image” device will appear on the Desktop of your Mac OS X system under Devices. (This “Disk Image” device will auto-remove after you reboot Mac OS X at the end of the installation.)

For Mountain Lion, the installation is a bit more complex since this driver is not fully optimized for OS X 10.8. Follow the instructions on Apple’s site: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5290

Double-click “AX88179_178A_v1.2.0.pkg” and a driver setup dialog will appear. Click the [Continue] button to start the installation operation and follow instructions to continue the installation.

Click Install to continue the operation. You might need to enter your personal computer username and password during this step based on your personal computer settings and not the driver.

If your computer is not password protected you will immediately see the following.


Click [Continue Installation] to continue with the driver installation.

Restart the Mac OS X system by clicking [Restart] for the driver to take effect.

After booting up your Max OS X system, plug in your Ethernet cable. Look at the Network Settings in the System Preferences and Ethernet connection looks like  “USB Gigabit Ethernet” as in the image below.

  • If it is not shown, add the interface by using “+” in “Network” configuration.
  • The interface connection should display “Connected” and should show its IP address, router, subnet mask, DNS server, and Search Domain.

We will provide the updated driver for Mountain Lion once it becomes available.