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Mac Connecting to Network Wirelessly

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Tru Techie

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I can connect to the network with my mac with an ethernet cable no problem, but now im going into university and waht a wireless card. so i got the D-Link DWL-G122. Found the RT73W USB utility/driver for the Mac OS X 10.4, installed it. The utility detects my card, and detects the network i want to connect to. so I connect to the network with the WEP key, after about 20 seconds, it disconnects, and thats all it does. i know the network isnt the problem because i also connected to some other local networks that dont have a key and the same thing happened, connected, then disconnects completely. I really need to get this working quickly, can anyone PLEASE help?
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