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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by logandzwon, Jan 30, 2007.
As the topic says, anyone try this?
I doubt the wireless module is on a separate card on the machine. Especially on a thin laptop like the mb/mbp.
It IS a separate card.
Yeah, someone's got to try this. I only have a CD MBP.
I'm so n-vious of the C2D's
I'm perfectly willing to experiment if someone else buys the card. I am not certified with apple hardware, but I do hold A+ cert, plus have replaced numerous parts in various other manufacturers' notebooks.
BTW here is a pic of the card installed;
how.....are you going to get an n card cause I know they don't sell them separately.
I stand corrected.
It won't work due to lack of antennas in the previous macbooks.
Hopefully that is the only issue, and that isn't really a big issue. Even if the extra antenna is even needed we'll just add it while we're in there.
Erm...what? There are antennas in the old MacBooks...
802.11n utilizes 3 antennas whereas 802.11b uses 2. It wouldn't be difficult to add a third if CD MacBooks aren't prewired.
* you mean the 802.11g in macs (you said 802.11b.)
The two antenna system isn't a requirement of the spec either, basicly the card monitors both and antenna and uses the one with the better connection. Only one is actually used at a time.
Well 802.11b and 802.11g both utilize 2 antennas, but yes, more specifically, 802.11g.