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Need USB Wifi-Dongle working with Mac and Windows

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could anybody give me a hint on a USB Wlan-Adapter working with recent Mac OS X and Windows?


It needs to have 802.11n 300Mbits.


Thank you so much,







I currently have this one:



Does that work with Mac OS X 10.8.X?

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Thank you :)


For this one, Sitecom offers OSX- and Windows-drivers and when you have a look at it, you see it looks similar to my current Belkin-Dongle.




Maybe my Belkin will work, too?

Cant test it at the moment, as my new PC is about to arrive.


Thank you so much :-)

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you can see in Belkin support if have kexts for MAC OS X, and what chipset your belkin have, if this is Ralink chipset it can work.

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