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Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Canada
2005-03-16, 15:46

Hi all,
Can someone tell me which Airport card I should get for my old (but still trusty) Titanium powerbook (400MHz, 768MB RAM, running 10.3.8, if any of that matters)?
Will it work in a room that's two levels up from the basement room where the ethernet router sits?
Thanks for any advice,
Join Date: May 2004
2005-03-16, 16:05

You will have to track down the old Airport cards. Apple discontiuned them and now rare I think.
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Join Date: May 2004
Location: New York City
2005-03-16, 17:18

Only one thread is needed...
you need the original airport cards... but that is ALL you need, you don't need the extra $20 sled that some places sell also. SmallDog should have a bunch, try there.

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Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Canada
2005-03-17, 09:26

sorry about the second thread (it was an accident).
And thank you for the advice. I'll get in touch with SmallDog.
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