802.11b wireless card won't pick up 802.11g router. Should I have bought a 802.11g wireless card?

Answer The older 'b' card won't work with a newer 'g' router, although you can often set the router to work on a joint b/g mode (although that will slow things down if there's a slower 'b' unit on the sys... Read More »

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