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does the netgear WDN4100 wirelss adapter work on a MAC? The driver only installs on a PC so I am confused
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Wireless adapters or dongles usually need drivers for OS X before they can work. Most carriers (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, NetZero) have wireless adapters specifically for Macs and they work well.

I can't find any info at all on a Netgear WDN 4100. Are you sure that's what it's called? Here's the LINK to the Netgear store which sells wireless adapters.
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its also called the N900
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The Netgear N900 is a wireless router not an adapter.
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