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Im trying to connect my wireless usb adapter to my wireless router - i have a imac g4

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  • Steve Brown
    Steve Brown May 11, 2010

    Insert the usb device in the computer and install the software for it.
    is it compatible with the mac?
    give me an idea of what usb device you have and I will see if it's compatible.



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Your router should have come with a installation disk. The disk should have software for both Mac and PC. If it didn't go to the manufacturers site and you should be able to download the drivers.

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