My battery die :/
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The Internet's not only responsible for the rapid dissemination of information. It's also responsible for creating new kinds of jobs, from internet service providers to internet plumbing companies. Access that series of tubes today with our MacBook 802.11n Airport Extreme Card.
Upgrade your Core Duo MacBook or MacBook Pro to 802.11n to make your wireless up to five times faster. Replaces internal 802.11g Airport card with 802.11n, but retains backwards compatibility with 802.11g. An 802.11n base station is required to obtain improved wireless performance.
Requires Leopard (10.5) or later. If you have Tiger (10.4) you will need the disc that came with your airport base station to enable the card.
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I've had my sturdy MacBook since 2006. The wireless card started to get weaker and weaker, and finally gave up the ghost after a marathon Netflix watching session. I guess that's how it goes.
As with all the other repairs I've attempted on my Mac, the iFixit guide was absolutely excellent. It took ab . . .
I have this MacBook CoreDuo 1,83 that I've been having for a while. It still enable me to do what I want it to do : running basic song Recording and Film editing programs and surfing on the internet. It's getting slower with age but eh, don't we all?
Anyway, there was this loud noise coming fro . . .
My WiFi wouldn't work if i got more than 10ft from my router, and my computer would overheat and shut down.
I figured a new WiFi card would fix the distance issue and the fan could fix the overheating issue/
following the guides made it so easy and it was very well documented
can of compressed air! . . .
My aging MacBook would not long onto my WiFi. I went to the Apple store and the MacBook could pick up their super signal, but with only one bar. The genius bar quickly determined that it was a hardware problem (Airport Extreme Card) and that my machine was "vintage" so they were not going to repai . . .
I have a first generation Macbook. About 2 years ago, the wireless card stopped working, so I purchased an external adapter that I had been using. But then, a few weeks ago, the fan broke, and I decided to try to replace it. Since I was delving into my Macbook anyway, I decided to take the opportuni . . .
To upgrade my 2006 vintage macbook pro intel duo to 802.11n wireless.
Went very well. The photos on your website were fantastic and easy to follow. When finished, the wireless was finally up to speed with my current Airport configuration (802.11n). I would definitely recommend your site to others. Th . . .
MacBook with original wireless card would only connect within a few feet of an access point. I used the fixit guide to open it and make sure the antenna was correctly connected, but that did not solve the problem. So I decided to replace the wifi card with the n model.
When the part arrived, I used t . . .
My 6 year old MacBook Pro needed a new wireless card; seeing that I couldn't even connect to the internet in my own home. It was definitely time to upgrade the card.
The instructions were straightforward. Repair was quite simple. I was scared at first but Mac is very forgiving!
I'm not sure if this h . . .
After eight or so years I ran out of hard drive space (who thought 70GB was too small way back then?). And dealing with the ethernet cable running through the floor from the basement was getting old - what's the point of a laptop if you can't use it on your lap top?
The repair was pretty boring. Prin . . .