Wireless Connection to Internet

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by matt1219, Nov 14, 2008.

  1. matt1219 macrumors regular

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    I was already informed for my mac pro that I need an Airport Card. I do have a Wireless USB adapter from my PC that I used by Netgear. Would that connect me wirelessly to my router too?
     
  2. soberbrain macrumors 65816

    soberbrain

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    1) Bumping is frowned upon -> :(

    2) Seriously, it hasn't even been 2 hours since your original post.

    3) Have you tried plugging it in and seeing if it is recognized.

    4) It would help if you gave the model number of the adapter.

    5) Have you tried google or MRoogle to search for an answer?
     
  3. TheMechanic macrumors regular

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    What's up with you?! You waited for less than 2 hours and are already pissed 'cause nobody answered? You not even asked a proper question...!

    But okay, I don't think that your Netgear adapter will work with the Mac. But you can try of course. The Airport Card is the Apple WiFi Card, sure it will connect you to your WiFi router/network and the internet if your internet connection is shared over the network.
     
  4. sash macrumors 6502a

    sash

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    Would Airport Card connect to your Netgear router? -- Yes.

    If you want to use this adapter instead of AC -- more info would be helpful indeed.
     

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