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Versão atual de: Curtis McCauley ,

Texto:

Look for this PCI-E card:
 
[quote]
Assembled in China
 
Model: AR5BXB112
 
FCC ID: PPD-AR5BXB112
 
IC: 4104A-AR5BXB112
[/quote]
 
OS X Lion supports this card.
 
This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). If this is not the newest card that Apple uses, it is very close to being the newest.
 
It does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newer, and you have a system with three (3) antenna leads for 802.11n.
 
 
 
If you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.
 
I know what I am talking about. I just installed an AR5BXB112 in my MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo Late 2006.
 
I should also add that I could not have done it without the excellent guide on iFixit: Installing MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211 Airport Extreme.
 
Thanks for all the great help on this site!

Status:

open

Editado por: Curtis McCauley ,

Texto:

Look for this PCI-E card:
 
[quote]
Assembled in China
 
Model: AR5BXB112
 
FCC ID: PPD-AR5BXB112

IC: 4104A-AR5BXB112
IC: 4104A-AR5BXB112
[/quote]

IC: 4104A-AR5BXB112
IC: 4104A-AR5BXB112
[/quote]
 
OS X Lion supports this card.
 
This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). ItIf this is not the newest card that Apple uses, it is very close to being the newest.

It
does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newer, and you have a system with three (3) antenna leads for 802.11n. If



If
you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.
This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). ItIf this is not the newest card that Apple uses, it is very close to being the newest.

It
does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newer, and you have a system with three (3) antenna leads for 802.11n. If



If
you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.
 
I know what I am talking about. I just installed an AR5BXB112 in my MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo Late 2006.
 
I should also add that I could not have done it without the excellent guide on iFixit: Installing MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211 Airport Extreme.
 
Thanks for all the great help on this site!

Status:

open

Editado por: Curtis McCauley ,

Texto:

Look for this PCI-E card:
 
Assembled in China
 
Model: AR5BXB112
 
FCC ID: PPD-AR5BXB112
 
IC: 4104A-AR5BXB112
 
OS X Lion supports this card.
 
This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). It does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newer, and you have a system with three (3) antenna leads for 802.11n. If you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.
This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). It does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newer, and you have a system with three (3) antenna leads for 802.11n. If you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.
 
I know what I am talking about. I just installed an AR5BXB112 in my MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo Late 2006.
 
I should also add that I could not have done it without the excellent guide on iFixit: Installing MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211 Airport Extreme.
 
Thanks for all the great help on this site!

Status:

open

Editado por: Curtis McCauley ,

Texto:

Look for this PCI-E card:
 
Assembled in China
 
Model: AR5BXB112
 
FCC ID: PPD-AR5BXB112
 
IC: 4104A-AR5BXB112
 
OS X Lion supports this card.
 
This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). It does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newernewer, and you have system with three (3) antenna leads for 802.11n. If you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.
This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). It does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newernewer, and you have system with three (3) antenna leads for 802.11n. If you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.
 
I know what I am talking about. I just installed an AR5BXB112 in my MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo Late 2006.
 
I should also add that I could not have done it without the excellent guide on iFixit: Installing MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211 Airport Extreme.
 
Thanks for all the great help on this site!

Status:

open

Editado por: Curtis McCauley ,

Texto:

Look for this PCI-E card:
 
Assembled in China
 
Model: AR5BXB112
 
FCC ID: PPD-AR5BXB112
 
IC: 4104A-AR5BXB112
 
OS X Lion supports this card.
 
This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). It does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newer. If you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.
 
I know what I am talking about. I just installed an AR5BXB112 in my MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo Late 2006.
 
I should also add that I could not have done it without the excellent guide on iFixit: Installing MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211 Airport Extreme.
 
Thanks for all the great help on this site!

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Curtis McCauley ,

Texto:

Look for this PCI-E card:

Assembled in China

Model: AR5BXB112

FCC ID: PPD-AR5BXB112

IC:    4104A-AR5BXB112

OS X Lion supports this card.

This is the card found in the Apple iMac 27" (2011). It does not matter that the wireless card is much newer than the computer, so long as you are running OS X Lion or newer. If you search the usual places, including iFixit, you will find it at a decent price.

I know what I am talking about. I just installed an AR5BXB112 in my MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo Late 2006.

Status:

open