Hi, I'm new here and have only just got started with this forum, so please excuse any breaches of etiquette.
Can anyone point me in the right direction with this question.
I am the proud(ish!) owner of a macintosh Powerbook G3 (I believe it's the one called KANGA)
The family number is M3553
I would really like to know if I can use this as a wireless machine, presumably I need a card for the pcmcia or cardbus slot?
Are these peripherals still available, I know it's an older kind of machine?
The current OS is mac 8.6
any help would be appreciated.
I have seen cards on ebay, but they are all for OS mac 10.2.6 and above, I understand that this model won't comfortably run anything higher than OS 9.1, any ideas where I could hook up with a copy of that, my student allowance doesn't allow much scope for expensive purchases!
Look forward to hearing your thoughts
Robbo62Member Since 05 Apr 2008
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