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MacBook and G4


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We have a G4 running Panther 10.3.9 and a New MacBook running Tiger
We are wireless Airport Express Network. (I did undo all of the Airport E equipment and let it all start up after the reinstall)
I had to reinstall the Panther when I messed up iPhoto. Duh.. This did not happen prior to the Tiger reinstall.
Now whenever the G4 goes to sleep it drops the Network connection (sometimes without going to sleep) and if the Macbook goes to sleep it drops the wireless printer connection. What did I do? and how do I remedy this?
I am quite new to it all. Thank you for any input
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Have you updated both systems with 'software update' in the system prefs ?
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