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wifi snow leopard SL drivers

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Recently I installed Snowleopard 10.6.7 on my AMD hackintosh. After all was said and done. I finally got to log in. The only probelm is. Most of the programs don't open which I think might be due to my CPU being 64-bit and that I can't get wifi. The main reason for not being able to get wifi is to my understanding drivers. I have a linksys compat-g wireless adapter WUSB54GC adapter. And I did some searching and I found some drivers from a website but the links were dead.

I also tried on a belkin adapter and that didn't work either. Do any of you have a driver for the Linksys adapter? Thanks much appreciated

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The WUSB54GC uses a Ralink RT2870 chipset so, try this

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I actually found an alternative way of getting wifi.

After some research and trial and error I realized I had an iphone and I remembered seeing an app on cydia for usb tethering so I looked it up and found something called pda net.

So i downloaded it onto my iphone and downloaded the mac client onto a flashdrive with my laptop and i installed it and followed instructions and it works great. it shows up as an ethernet connection via system preferences.






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