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rshaffer61

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You can get some useful information there but do not install anything as it will be deleted and all traces of it will be gone when you format the drive and reinstall. Let me know when you are ready. I have been searching for your mb drivers and boy they are a little hard to come across. :) I will continue my search tho
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Robert Tracy

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I won't install a thing. It seems to me that it's a matter of un-installing whatever my tech friend did and figure out how to do it right. That is to say, go back to a wired network and start the D-Link wireless installation from scratch.

Your effort on behalf of my problem is much appreciated.

Just seems like nothing is going anywhere. And my technical ignorance is a hindrance. Seems like I've taken on too much.

Tell you what. I'll wait; see if you can find what you need for me and from me. I've looked at the 6 pages at "Networking" and don't find hardly a clue. Things are not that bad and the Macintosh is going to be another issue when I get the Airport card.

So. I'll stand by....

Good luck on your search.

Robert
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