Hello. I'm hoping someone can help me out here. I got this laptop from a friend but I'm having trouble connecting to the wireless network in my house. It's a PowerBook G4 15" FW800, and it uses a plug-in Orinoco Wi-Fi card, with 128-bit encryption (not sure what type of card, it uses the long, but not very tall port on the left side of the laptop). This works okay, although the card kind of stinks and even a couple walls in the way completely eliminate the signal. However, after half an hour, the internet no longer works can I get a message saying that the 802.11 IOXperts driver's 30-minute demo is over and I need to reset to get it working again. The internet cuts out at this point. Obviously, the IOXperts driver just interfaces with the Orinoco card to find the wireless network. My question is, with my model of PowerBook, is it possible to find a free driver instead of IOXperts that doesn't demand money, or alternatively is IOXperts, for a presumably one-time fee of $20, a good way to go? Suggesting a cheap but better alternative to the lousy Orinoco card would be welcome as well.