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I have recently built my grandmother a new computer and have acquired her old computer and I am having some issues I don't know how to deal with. My main issue is the network adapter for the wifi is an Aerolite USB. It will not detect any wifi network. The computer itself is also very slow and I am not sure what to do in terms of maintenance on the computer itself. When it comes to windows and linux I typically have no problems but I just have no experience with MACs
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