Try going to "About this Mac" in the Apple menu and click in "More Info" the go to USB you should see something like "Wireless-G USB Network Adapter" listed there. If not then your device is not using the RT2500 driver from Ralink. If you can see it go ahead.tenjeangosi said:I tried the drivers, but no go.. Are there any other drivers for it on OS 10.4?
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