No Mac drivers listed on their download site: http://support.dlink.com/products/revision.asp for either version of the unit. Click on the label of each to check the compatibility.
I'm sure the answer is "no", but if ANYONE knows how to get stuff to work, it's you guys.
My friend bought a wireless card for his girlfriend for Christmas.For some reason it just didn't like her computer. It liked other ones, slower ones, newer one, and older ones... just not hers. She has a PC buy the way. So he figured rather than returning it, maybe he could put it to good use. He's got a Blue&White G3 - RevB 450 MHz. He asked if I could help him install it and whatnot. well, It's in the computer, but There are no drivers (That I could find). So the question IS:
Will the D-Link DWL-G510 work in a Mac? any way any how?
Should he just exchange it for another wireless card?
Yeah, Did that. didn't see anything about it working with Mac. Just wondering if anyone knew a way to make it work.
Try and find out what cdhipset it uses. If it's the broadcom chipset, then you'll be able to use the latest Airport software which takes advantage of the broadcom chipsets used inthe Airport Extreme.
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Also, what version of OS X is the B&W G3 running?
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