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Best pcmcia wireless card for powerbook g4?  Must support WPA!

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Good Day,

I have a small home network with a Linksys wireless router.  I have a Macbook Pro and by default it supports all the latest and greatest in wireless security; however, my wife's Powerbook G4 (running the latest OS) does not have an internal Airport nor an Airport Xpress card, so we purchased a Dlink card and bought Orange's driver so it would work.  WEP is perfectly fine but recently quite a few folks in the area have been upping wireless networks and I want to move to WPA.  The Orange driver does not support WPA (and may never) so....

I was wondering what my best option would be for getting this old Powerbook on the network with WPA?

Thanks in advance!

Ethan
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