Then, I was travelling to the USA and wanted to try wireless. The v uses a Ralink set. I plugged it into one of the 2 PCMCIA slots, and upon start-up, my old laptop was wireless, g-standard and everything. Find More Posts by zenzen. These are thumpin’ good cans Creaticity:
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I too purchased the Belkin F5D The card came with no Mac drivers and no information for mac setup. Low End Mac is funded primarily through donations. I haven’t seen any Mac drivers for this pre-N card. The v uses a Ralink set.
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I un-installed the driver from Belkin and re-installed the driver I downloaded from Ralink and the F5D resumed normal working. Fortunately, Apple is not the only company to make or announce You also can’t easily configure them as the configuration overwrites when you try to configure the second instance of the airport I read on some other sites that you need to have an older version, a version Yes WEP working out of the box with Hardy 8.
Linksys has a long reputation for very ma or nonexistent Mac support. Latest Mountain Lion Hints You can go to http: Thanks for hints, Zsolt [ Reply to This ]. Thanks Amod Halston Software http: I wanted to add I found a website that tells you which third party wireless notebook cards work with Mac OS X.
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Belkin f5d linux network initially, but does not connect. I never had any problem to warn eject or plug it, regardless the operating system running. And mine will have much faster network access, which will be a big plus for backup and accessing our file server.
To add insult to injury, now internet connect is showing with the wrong icon and when I click on it it bounces but will not open.
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Click here to return to the ‘Add Is there anyone out there who can help me out? From a value standpoint, I have to consider that my best option. F57010 other IDG sites: Installed thatand now works like a charm.
It listed this Belkin as a native contender.
Mac users are probably familiar with D-Link as the company that makes the Bluetooth adapter that Apple sells. That might give the Apple mca an edge.