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    Can I upgrade my 802.11g card in my iMac?....
    Apple guy at Tech support sounded non commital about it when I asked. I have one of the original "Early 2006 Intel" 20" iMacs with just core-duo, not core 2 duo. It would seem that replacing the wireless card would be something fairly simple to do - especially at the Apple store. I need a memory upgrade and thought I'd do both at once.

    Any advice?

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    i think youve posted this in the wrong section but..
    the memory on the imac is located on the bottom between the two speakers the airport in the unit itself so would be much more difficult i dont know if the shop would do it for you or not though

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmcock View Post
    Apple guy at Tech support sounded non commital about it when I asked. I have one of the original "Early 2006 Intel" 20" iMacs with just core-duo, not core 2 duo. It would seem that replacing the wireless card would be something fairly simple to do - especially at the Apple store. I need a memory upgrade and thought I'd do both at once.

    Any advice?
    This cannot be done. This is because there simply isn't a card to replace or upgrade it with. At least not yet. For this reason, there is no simple procedure that is going to happen that will replace or upgrade it.

    Quote Originally Posted by teapea View Post
    i think youve posted this in the wrong section
    Took care of that
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