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What is the easiest way to put a G3 (biege with OS 9.2) onto a wireless network? It's needs to be wireless because it's going in the basement where there is no phone jack. It's got OS 9.2 and my ISP is SBC Yahoo! DSL. I just done want to have to run a bunch of wiring all over the place. I was hoping someone made either a wireless PCI card or at least a USB adapter. Thanks for any help.
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