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Linksys wrt54g set up wizard


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I just bought the Linksys wrt54g wireless router. I have an iBook G4 10.4. After installing the set up wizard cd, the cd icon appears on my desktop, then nothing. When I click on the icon, a window appears with about 5 folders. When I click on the .exe file, a window appears stating I can't run that application.

I tried the Linksys website to see if I could download a driver and it says there are no drivers available for this product. Bullroar I say!

The last ditch phone call to Linksys' 800 number proved my theory that it would be a wasted 10 minutes of my life on hold.

Any thoughts?
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The "wizard", as it is so whimsically called, is for Windows. It won't run on your Mac. :black:
You shouldn't need any drivers, either. Just plug it in and you're good to go.

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If you need to make any changes to the set up for say DSL where you have to log in, open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1 and the password is admin. That will get you to the Web Setup. The Wizard like DB said is a Windows application and will not run on OSX.
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