MichaelBuckley on Aug 31, ’05 My eMac uses the old It does not use the built-in Airport software, and is less robust. Having said the, the drivers are very buggy, and D-Link have a long history of not giving a stuff on this subject. Latest Mountain Lion Hints Sign up for a new account in our community. Hints 1 new Hints in the last 24 hours Comments last 2 days No new comments Links last 2 weeks No recent new links.

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I’ve set a few of these up for older iBooks as well. Any advice you could give me about the best way to go about this really would be appreciated.

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I hope Ralink will come up with a better driver in due course. The following comments are owned by whoever posted them.


Macworld MacUser iPhone Central. I installed it and it worked the first time — although I did need to switch off Tx Burst mode in the Advanced settings, and turn off IP6 in the Network System Preference. I have been trying for so long now to get my mac wireless so that my boyfriend can play on x-box live downstairs using a wireless modem but I think he needs to be pluged into it via the ethernet port as to make the x-box wireless costs a fortune.

Posted September 21, I guess you might call this a mixed review Sign in Already have an account? The only thing that did not work was the kextcache command.

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Make your gloves touchscreen friendly Apple? Visit other IDG sites: For example, at work we have a network that doesn’t broadcast an SSID, and I had quite a time getting this dongle to recognize the network. Did you have to download a different RAlink driver, or the exact one listed there?

I presume that you have the uk model, or the Belkin driver should work. I tried everything exactly the same. My eMac uses the old MichaelBuckley on Aug 31, ’05 After much searching and trying many possible solutions and modifiying countless plist files, I stumbled across a forum with a link to a driver download page for a list of wireless cards, and includes a driver for OS X Overall, performance is a bit odd – it seems to have really bad latency – nothing will happen for 10 sec, then suddenly everything comes through at once.


Actual transfer rate seems high enough, but amc latency spoils it. I have done the same, and it ush of works, but not very well. I’m using the driver here: What’s New in the Forums? Got a response from belkin tech support this morning surprisingly quick!

I wirelesss found out the ralink chipset is the RTL, if anyone has anymore info to add then please do so but at least im closer to a driver knowing they will release one. I hsb recently got one and want to start using it.

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I didn’t have trouble with the IPv6 and burst mode which was turned off by default anyway issues mentioned, but I left them off. Under system preferences, Adaptfr, it detected the device but in the wireless utility, it say no device. There are drivers for