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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Connect Linksys WUSB54 G Ver 2 to Mac Mini


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Hello Everyone,

I just bought a Mac Mini without a Airport extreme Card.

I have a linksys wusb54g Wireless USB Adapter which just works fine with Windows system.

I want to connect this Adapter to mac mini,
I tried googling every possible option and downloaded many .dmg files but still my mac doest recognize the Adapter.

Can some one please help me out with this.

Thank you very much I really appreciate your help
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Well, I think you're probably going to have some difficulty with that particular adapter because Linksys doesn't support Macs at all. So unless a third party has developed a driver, you're probably out of luck.

Doesn't the Mac Mini have an Airport card - or is that limited to specific models?

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Well, I dont have it, i got it in Craigslist.
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