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Apple I-Book

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by SOFwhitewolf, Jan 27, 2006.

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  1. SOFwhitewolf

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    My first qustion is can you install win xp on the i-book hard drive OR do you have to do it on the operating sysem it has on their.2nd Its going to be for wirless internet do you need any speacial adaptors OR just the nic card and router?
     
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    The only way to run Windows on an iBook is to use VirtualPC or a similar product which emulates an x86 PC. But the performance would suck and you'd still need to run the MAC O/S.
     
  3. SOFwhitewolf

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    ok, What im not sure what airport card the laptop comes with, but i plan on buying a linksys WRT54G wireless router, will the airport card work with this router, and or can i use a wireless usb adaptor?
     
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    It should, but you'd get more responses if you were in a Apple forum.
     
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    Yes it will work...............have one on my PC network w/Linksys router.
     
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