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Old Aug 22, 2004, 10:15 AM   #1
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Unhappy Help on 3rd Party USB Wireless Network Adapter

Did anybody know which 3rd Party USB Wireless Network Adapter can be using on the powerbook 12" or ibook 14 " series and easy finding in the market ?
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I'm pretty sure the belkin ones are compatable.
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Old Aug 22, 2004, 11:29 AM   #3
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D-Link make the DWL-122 which is 802.11b and Mac compatible, they also make some 802.11g models that may be Mac compatible.
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D-Link make the DWL-122 which is 802.11b and Mac compatible, they also make some 802.11g models that may be Mac compatible.
This is only pseudo mac compatible I've found. If you're running any updates past 10.3.2 they don't support them and for me it constantly locks up my 12" iBook G4.
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Did anybody know which 3rd Party USB Wireless Network Adapter can be using on the powerbook 12" or ibook 14 " series and easy finding in the market ?
Are you absolutley stuck on USB versions. ethernet versions are OS independent and require no drivers. they are a bit more expensive, but from what I've seen from other people's comments, the ethernet ones are much more reliable. I ahve a linksys WET11 and its been great.
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Did anybody know which 3rd Party USB Wireless Network Adapter can be using on the powerbook 12" or ibook 14 " series and easy finding in the market ?
Why not get the internal Airport card?
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