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hmm i dont thing your mac can take that flash version you internet explorer doesnt work with and old mac like your *discontinued internet explorer version*and you really should get a new mac the oldest one you should be using would be a imac g3 or g5
When you say Disc ?... do you mean CD drive ? I assume so. You need to "mount" the volume. The modem "IS" a drive... so it mounts itself and also installs itself... this is usually what it does anyway. Thing is it will do this in ANY pc or Mac it is put in. So you can try it in another PC or Mac as well... and see if it works in those. If not you have a problem with the drive/modem.
If you can detect wireless connections in your area, then you have a wireless card in your Apple.
You cannot connect to the Internet unless you have a DSL or cable modem that connects to an Internet Service Provider.
You can connect to the Internet using a public access WiFi hot spot, these are located at McDonalds, Star Bucks and at the airport etc. and some Internet Cafe. There maybe some charges for these Internet connection.
this link is probably what you look for:
To register you can also call apple and give them your serial number located in the apple menu about this mac - press twice on Version 10.5.x.
Your mac should be already registered if you were connected to the internet at startup
You have this in the Mac Laptops category, but it's not a Mac. This laptop is running Linux.
The Elonex ONEt has wireless Internet connectivity. That means you can use a wireless router in your home in order to use it online. If you already have one, the system should be able to set itself up to use that connection on its own when you open a web browser. The web browser on your system is BonEcho/Firefox.
Another option is to run a Cat5e, also called an Ethernet cable, line from a router (or from your cable modem or DSL modem) directly to the laptop, since your laptop also has an ethernet port. This looks like a regular phone jack, but it's a little bigger.