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    VERY good, you can look at dates...do you know your alphabet too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bosstone74 View Post
    VERY good, you can look at dates...do you know your alphabet too?
    I just don't see the point of reviving old *** threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarryWoods View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by bosstone74 View Post
    To share information, to learn, to answer questions, to educate...to help
    Which would be fair enough had someone who wanted to know had searched the thread and revived it.

    But reviving it with an answer to something that is so far out of date it makes the dinasours look young is a bit pointless.

    A bit like having a dig at someone who pointed it out... Lol
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    I guess this is what i get for being new here.. I came across this forum from google searching for some things but, shoot i don't mean to intrude i just thought linux was some what a better product. Thanks for the welcome

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    Luder - would one of your drivers work with the Engenius/Senao USB devices under OS X? Someone mentioned that they might use the Prism chipset...

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    Wireless-G USB Network adapter

    Hope this helps. Just installed it into a iMac with dead ethernet port and it works fine. Email me with questions.
    http://addlogix.com/mac_products/Q&A...irelessUtility
    Scroll to bottom to find retail outlets.
    Addlogix Wireless-G USB Network Adapter
    P/N: MA-WL-USB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trophyfish View Post
    Hope this helps. Just installed it into a iMac with dead ethernet port and it works fine. Email me with questions.
    http://addlogix.com/mac_products/Q&A...irelessUtility
    Scroll to bottom to find retail outlets.
    Addlogix Wireless-G USB Network Adapter
    P/N: MA-WL-USB

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    Beating the dead

    Hello, I'm gonna ask the question that was first asked in this thread being that I haven't seen an adequate answer and I hope someone can help.
    I seem to have the same problem and hopefully 2 years after the original poster there will be someone who knows.

    I have the Qwest wireless internet package with a 2wire DSLl modem and an iMac G5 that needs to be connected. Now, it's to expensive for me to use an Airport extreme card which is $50 and according to the applestore forum I also would need the airport extreme base station which is $180.

    I was hoping to find a wireless USB network adapter, but everyone I find tells me it supports windows and none say they support Mac. Anyone know of a wireless usb adapter that would work on a mac?


    Sorry, I just saw this page after posting. I must have missed it. Thanks!

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    just get the the extreme card. and no you don't need the airport extreme base station (although it does make setup simpler). any 802.11g router will work. but if you must go usb, here you go
    http://www.macwireless.com/html/prod...rds/11gUSB.php

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