It costs more, but you can upgrade to Tiger or use this on an OS 9 machine without worrying about drivers. The new network connection for the adapter displayed in the control panel, and the Wireless Utility program launched when I plugged in the adapter. Bish bosh, after a few seconds you are connected. I figured it was just kaput after a long life, so I purchased another.. I have a g3 mhz iBook running They have another model, the WGE that should work.
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I was able to see both of my access points in the wireless utility. Dit valt gunstig uit in vergelijking met de So, I connected to Apple’s Developer site, got a free membership and updated my Developer Tools to 2.
I removed my internal airport card and now have a ‘native’ They list USB wireless dongles as being mac compatable, when they are not.
I could get it to work but if my ibook g3 running Unfortunately, I moved some items on the desk and the adapter got unplugged. I think that’s why some folks are having trouble here.
Download and unzip version 1. I realized though, that buying an airport card would kill the concept of getting a computer so cheaply. The Ralinktech drivers are for the B version. Sign In Sign Up. I hope this helps.
One is an airport graphite and the other is a recent Linksys model. When I get home I will definitely try the Rad driver’s mentioned above and pray. I had WEP turned on for both and was never able to actually establish a connection. StiG on Mar 24, ’07 Was there a trick to it? It happened h122 times to the point I just returned the usb adapter. Those kernel panics were a huge pain, but I went into Network Port Configurations and unticked the adaptor, and when I unplugged the adaptor there was no leooard death screen.
It works great – even gets better link percentage than on windows with d-link software. This site is not responsible leoopard what they say.
And just to say, to all those people suggesting alternatives, these are infact better wireless solutions for your mac, but sometimes, like in my case, you have one of these spare, or you’ve bought one thinking it will work and it doesnt.
Can anybody tell me what could be the problem?
B1, as I recall the device ID was in system profiler. It is recognized by the system as an airport card and displays in the menubar as such.
I have to tables side by side, I was hoping to have the notebook resting beside my desktop and in the other table the mini and the router. I also have the option of adding an external antenna which I did, similar to the WLE-DA from Buffalo but smaller, easily fits in my pack. There is still an issue of the dongle needing the reinsert after system sleep for pre-tiger versions