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macbook core duo adding draft N?


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is it possible to change the wifi card on the macbook core duos with a draft N enabled wireless card? Cause apple jus came out with the N enabler, and i have a draft n router, just wondering
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I don't think that the Airport card is user replaceable on the Macbooks but I could be wrong. Apple also has not said whether airport cards purchased now are N enabled or not

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so it is possible
by ordering http://www.hardmac.com/articles/71/page1 the kit, draft n is definately able to be achieved
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Doesn't look like it's easy to do. Looks like it would void a warranty as well...
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