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Mac expert HELP with slow wireless connection

1. I just bought a new mac laptop and using a sprint wireless aircard (595U). Why is my connection so extremely slow? What can I do to resolve this? 2. Also, how do I download my music from my ipod into my notebook in itunes?

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Re: Mac expert HELP with slow wireless connection

There are quite many reasons that may cause the issue, try cleaning the Mac system. Learn more from:

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Re: Mac expert HELP with slow wireless connection

The onboard card is capable of 802.11n , which is the fastest on the consumer market. Try encrypting your internet connection so your neighbors arent downloading or streaming video online, or all your neighbors are on the signal...if it is YOUR signal. In order to transfer music from your ipod to your computer.....which is not what the ipod was intended because it allows pirating music to be easier,  visit and search for SENUTI

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