And I was pleasantly surprised to find it actually works! I’ll send easy info. Kid Charliemain on Mar 08, ’07 Thanks a lot for your help and please let me know any questions. Sign up using Email and Password. I could not figure out how to leave my internal card in and add a network interface for the Buffalo card did strange things like duplicating both entries and could not separately control.

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The USB adapter isn’t broken, because if I plug it into my Dell laptop it works fine and can connect to either max. I think I’m gonna write a simple walkthrough of all the steps, from beginning to end.

Looks like there might be some magic voodoo or at least specific firmware versions to make the dlink DWL-G work with a Mac. Read the other posts above dwo find more details on this.


Dlink DWL-G USB Wireless Support? – Apple Community

There is a very fast electronic switch in the card that connects the antenna to either the transmitter or receiver, depending on what it wants to do, but never both at the same time.

Does anyone have any idea how can I fix it?

It is Plug n Play. I was lucky, at first, because several connections were open and I’d no need to figure out Kismac’s desire for an AirPort Extreme driver that worked. I dwp no Airport card installed on this machine. I might try one of the ‘b’ versions the others are too much money for me.

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Restarted the mac, plugged in the device and everything seemed to be working correctly. Not sure if you figured this out or not, but I maf running into the same problem with a bondi rev A iMac running The dongle connects, but you don’t have internet yet.

I was able to see both of my access points in the wireless utility. Raving Drifter on May 11, ’05 Hardware detail in system profile are: I use ping ping dql. If anyone is interested in the process, reply to this post with a request.


One is an airport graphite and the other is a recent Linksys model. They list USB wireless dongles as being mac compatable, when they are not. Last night, I discovered the fix.

Am I missing something obvious to get a connection? I also tried the old drivers 1. I would be interested in more information or sources on the potential damage issue. I have an ibook running Mac OSX Was there a trick to it? I had to return what I had.


For those with VER: The card worked, to connect to rwl wireless networks but, Kismac still puked at me. I figured it was just kaput after a long life, so I purchased another. No need to be fancy, just an overview.

Open Prefs pane, select network and enter key as usual. I got a G3 ibook very cheapily at the end of Apple’s PowerPc era. I know the signal is there because my GF’s laptop works great.