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I have an oldschool imac modle v: 82.2.... os v: 10.2.8

I want to go wireless because we have a long house and vaulted ceilings so it we cant run a networking wire accross entire house. What would be a decent priced prodoct that would work with this old style computer? I tryed netgear but it didnt want to install drivers.
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This adapter has been reported to work for macs with 10.2.5 and upwards, you could certainly give it a go...
Newer Technology MAXPower 802.11n/g/b USB A... (MXP802NU2C) at OWC

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D Link used to make a router that had a wireless dongle that plugged into a usb port, I had one on my G4 iMac.
It was good, though occasionally dropped connection.
Not sure if they still make one, I don't think so, but you could find one on eBay. I can't remember the model number sadly.

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