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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

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The airport on my wireless mac mini doesn't have a strong signal. It has to be right next to the router for it to work. I have a sitecom wireless extender but have been going round in circles trying to set this up to work. I've bought a Netgear wireless adaptor but there are no mac drivers for this so I'm going to take it back.
What do you suggest I do now to get my wireless up and running?
Many thanks for your help
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What service DSL or cable What OS What mini PPC or Intel and what is doing the wireless network?
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It has to be right next to the router for it to work
and what is "it"
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