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Does anyone know of a wireless driver for Netgear WG111T that works with Mac OSX Panther 10.3?

Posted on 2008-10-21
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Does anyone know of a wireless driver for Netgear WG111T that works with Mac OSX Panther 10.3?
I tried Netgear and a bunch of other recommended sites but to no avail. I hear there is a third party that writes netgear wirelsss drivers for mac and older wireless products are 'supported' but nobody can remember the name of it of course
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Fantastic. I will download and test tonight. The actual card is not listed there but its worth a go! Will let you know how I get on
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Still not had time to test this out, but will let you know soon as!
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Going to try to make time this weekend. Kids take up such a lot of your time, but they are so much more rewarding than Macs and airport cards!! Will keep you posted
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Hi,
Can't find a suitable driver for this new card. Had a go with a few others, but to no avail. Never mind, I'll just look out for another usb stick with mac support, so going to close this one down. Thanks for the pointers!!
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