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my friend recently gave me his old iBook. My question is, how do i get my current wireless network, run from a PC, to be compatible with my mac?

EDIT: do i need the airport?
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Does it have a wireless card?

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If the iBook has a wireless card, and you have a wireless network, it'll work fine.

I have a wireless network with Mac, Windows and Linux based computers at home, all working in perfect harmony

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