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I´m trying to find a solution for connecting my Powerbook G3 to a PC network. Can you tell me the exactly way to do it? As written in the title, the PC is running XP Pro and the Mac 9.0.4. Do I need any programs? How can I download them?
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You'll want to get the famous DAVE program to install on your Mac.
http://www.thursby.com/products/dave.html

Or you may consider upgrading to OS 10.2 or above which can network with PCs
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