I have an OS X 10.13. After installing the Linksys USB3GIG adapter on my Mac, all my wired and Wi-Fi adapters were disabled. How do I fix this issue?
We are aware of this issue and we are currently working on a Linksys USB3GIG USB 3.0 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter driver for OS X® 10.13. For now, follow the steps provided as workaround to fix your concern.
You'll need another computer to download the Realtek™ driver that will fix the issue and a USB flash drive to transfer the files to your Mac® computer. Start with the instructions below using the other computer.
Open a web browser, then click here to download the driver from the Realtek website.
Scroll down and look for MAC OS 10.6 to 10.13, then click the Download icon beside it.
Enter your email address in the field then click Download File. You'll be informed that the download link has been sent to your email.
Click the download link.
Answer and submit the Captcha verification, then wait for the download prompt to appear.
Save the file to your preferred location.
Insert the USB flash drive and transfer the downloaded file to your Mac computer.
Extract the downloaded file and open RTUNICv1.0.17.pkg from the extracted files. The installation process will begin.
Once the Software License Agreement window appears, click Agree to continue the installation.
Enter your Mac credentials when prompted, then click Install Software.
Installing the Linksys USB3GIG