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    robbiemullen's Avatar
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    Apr 25, 2005
    Wanna make my G5 wireless
    I would like to get my powermac 1.6GHz G5 connected to my home wireless network. I have been looking around for PCI based wireless network cards because i am not sure if the Airport "Extreme" would work in my machine, that i might have to use the slower airport card......any ideas ?????

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    D3v1L80Y's Avatar
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    Feb 02, 2004
    As far as I know, anything with a G5 processor should take an AirPort Extreme.
    Wireless PCI cards are dodgy at best with any Mac.
    Get the APE card and you should be set.
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    dtravis7's Avatar
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    Jan 04, 2005
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    Look at the Wireless section. Airport Extreme.

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    robbiemullen's Avatar
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    Apr 25, 2005
    Thanks ...yeah i think i will go for the APE, that would be nice, tidy up alot of these wires!!!

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