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MacBook Pro on a Wireless Network with a PC

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I am considering purchasing a MacBook Pro and was wondering how they work on a wireless network. Can I just buy AirPort Express and it replace my existing Linksys router. It's stated on the Apple website that "It supports both Macs equipped with an AirPort Extreme Card and Wi-Fi-compliant 802.11g Windows PCs, as well as Macs with the older AirPort Card and 802.11b Windows PCs." Or do I even have to get the AirPort Express and can I just use my 802.11g wireless card in the MacBook? I'm guessing a big NO on that last question.

Edited by pccromeo, 15 May 2006 - 05:02 PM.

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