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How can I get the wireless adapter to work with my current Ubee wireless router

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If the router is too new it may not be backwards compatible with wireless b standards. Otherwise check the router settings for something like "wireless b mode" adding older technology will slow down all devices on the wireless network. It may be easier to find a used wireless g pcmcia card online.

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