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RAID arrays can fail. I am also using a static IP, so I need to retain that when I make the switch.
Thanks in Advance D. Settings in Network are the same for both OS’s.
We have found articles online that say it works with the Airport drivers that come with the operating system but because we do not support these devices we can not confirm that this is true.
I run through a Linsys router which I’m going through now with my laptop. The specifications for the card are labeled for only Windows based Operating systems because the only drivers we provide are for Windows based Operating systems. Nice little unit that was up and running on my G-5 Tower, 1.
So, is there an easy way to do this? Sign up using Email and Password.
Some package that I can install and get up and running? I know this card says it is for Windows, but it obviously can work with Mac as demonstrated under OS This isn’t about a Mac but wl12-pci-g54a you or someone can help.
I have a buffalo wlpci-g54s wireless card that I want to install in my PC running Debian.
I just bought the above on eBay. I run Windows XP. RAID is never a substitute for a good backup.
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