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Mac compatible 802.11g PCMCIA card

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So I currently have an Aria Extreme wireless card for my G4 Ti PowerBook, which my ex-gf knocked off my bed and it landed on the card. So now the card is cracked, and the signal is not as good as it used to be. I need a new PCMCIA card, but can't find any. I know that only Broadcom and Prizm2/2.5 chipsets work with Apple computers, but I can't find any, anywhere. Can some one help me out here?
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