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Cant find Intel Wireless 2200BG/2915ABG kext for OS X

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So i managed to install Tiger on a Dell Latitude D505 with some coaxing. But the wireless didnt seem to work out of the box " not a big surprise" People had written these drivers for the hardware i had so i thought it wouldnt be an issue. But i find out now that the links to them are dead because of how long ago they were posted. If anyboody could help me out finding a kext for the

Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG/2915ABG

 

That would be great, cause its hard to find remaining help for these old things.

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