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    Is there a Mac compatible wireless "G" usb network adapter?

    Is there a Mac compatible wireless "G" usb network adapter?

    does anyone know of one?

    band and model??
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    bump?
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    not every mac user is using airports are they?
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    the airport is
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    Interesting, I hadn't looked for one but I don't see them. There are some 'b's but not g's.

    I have g but use a netgear access point, not usb. Also use the airport.
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    the linksys usb-G one works
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    http://orangeware.com/endusers/wirelessformac.html

    I used them for putting a pci card in a desktop. Yes, you are paying for a driver on top of the cost of the hardware, but them's the breaks. I have had no problems with their driver (connection, updates, etc.) and recommend them.

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    It says Orangware doesn't do USB drivers...

    http://orangeware.com/endusers/wirelessformacfaq.html#8

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    I maybe able to find some for you from another project. Some are old drivers but, with some luck i might be able to find some new I'll try to dig up some more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luder View Post
    I maybe able to find some for you from another project. Some are old drivers but, with some luck i might be able to find some new I'll try to dig up some more

    Melco WLI-USB-S11
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    Uhh, dude, this was a two year old thread.
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    It's installed by default on every version of Windows.

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