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I have netgear router on my windows xp and need a wireless adapter on my graphite imac

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I have a Netgear router for my DSL service and am currently using my 2 window xp computers in a wireless network to share the DSL line.  I also have a Graphite Imac but do not know what hide of wireless adapter to use.  The graphite imac has no connection for an airport card.  Can I use a USB wireless adapter on my imac?
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Actually, the graphite iMac does have an airport slot. Not Airport Extreme, just the older 802.11b original Airport cards.
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Where is the airport slot on the graphite iMac?  Do I need to to take the plastic top off?  Or can I just use an external USB wireless adapter?
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