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Old 03-26-2007, 06:12 PM   #11
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The only thing I could find that would let you use wireless is this: http://netgear.com/Products/Powerlin...s/WGXB102.aspx
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Unbelievable deal for $50. I'd love to find something cheap like that to get me started with Macs. =/
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I Keep Telling You Guys

It Depends If Its A Good Deal It Depends On The Stuff Inside It
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The only thing I could find that would let you use wireless is this: http://netgear.com/Products/Powerlin...s/WGXB102.aspx

yea, but how would it know? is there like a internal eithernet card or something?

can I plug an eithernet plug into the bottom of that device?
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did you find out the specs?
no, I don't know how
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yea, but how would it know? is there like a internal eithernet card or something?

can I plug an eithernet plug into the bottom of that device?
it sends the wireless signal from one to the other. it uses the ethernet from your PC and connects into the wall. The other one connects to the router and it creates a bridge between the two. It's very similar to powerline networking except the adapters are wireless G. and to answer the question, yes you can plug an ethernet into the bottom of the device that's how it works
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no, I don't know how
click the pretty blue apple up top and then click "about this mac" then tell us what it says in there for processor and memory
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click the pretty blue apple up top and then click "about this mac" then tell us what it says in there for processor and memory
Processor says "350MHz PowerPC G3
Memory is "320MB SDRAM"
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