AirPort Card Update
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AirPort Card Update 2004-08-31 improves reliability in mixed 802.11b and 802.11g environments and is recommended for all customers with AirPort-capable computers running AirPort 3.4 and later, including AirPort 4.0.

After this update, the AirPort Driver and AirPort Extreme Driver will each be upgraded to version 3.4.3.
Requirements
  • PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.3 or later
  • AirPort 3.4 or later








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Anonymous reviewed on 07 Sep 2004
I experienced a lots of trouble with this update. However it only seems to appear if you are using a Netopia modem. Personally I have ADSL from NextGenTel (Norway) using a Netopia ADSL modem. After applying the update ALL ports were blocked, and a rain of NAT problems started.
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Anonymous reviewed on 02 Sep 2004
dont know if it is just me but my signal strength is better since update on two Ti powerbooks with 11mb cards.....pleased at present....nice one apple!
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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Sep 2004
Applied this update to three different installations of OS X 10.3.5 with no issues.

Can't say that I notice any improvement, but it did not hurt anything.
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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Sep 2004
Not sure what happened but it blew out my video on my iBook. Now I can't get anything to work.
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Anonymous commented on 01 Sep 2004
Did you repair permissions *before* and *after* the update? (This should be standard procedure for any OS X component installation)

Have you tried booting into Open Firmware and using the reset-all command?

Have you used any third-party HD util to check your installation?

Have you tried resetting the PMU?

Point is, you give no information that leads me to believe you have tried anything to rectify the issue. Your comments are practically useless.
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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Sep 2004
Now my aiport 11Mb works properly with a (Buffalo) 54Mb wireless router, while it didn't before.
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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Sep 2004
After updating, no problems. I don't notice any obvious speed/reliability changes however.
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Anonymous commented on 01 Sep 2004
MUCH improved. It fixed a problem I had where I could not reconnect to a certain network after sleep. Thank you Apple.
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Version Downloads:7,631
Type:Drivers : Other
License:Free
Date:01 Sep 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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AirPort Card Update 2004-08-31 improves reliability in mixed 802.11b and 802.11g environments and is recommended for all customers with AirPort-capable computers running AirPort 3.4 and later, including AirPort 4.0.

After this update, the AirPort Driver and AirPort Extreme Driver will each be upgraded to version 3.4.3.


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