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I just read a topic like this from 2007. Someone named JimoWard said he had bought a Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO USB Network Adaptor (F5D9050 Version 3001) and connected it to his G4 iMac downloaded the driver, went through the set up and it worked no problem. Well I have a G3 iMac and I bought almost the identical item but it is version 4000 not 3001 and it does not work. In the Network status in Network settings it says the Ethernet Adapter (en1) has it's own IP address and may not connect to the internet. I have no idea why it has it's own IP address but I can't get on the internet, do I need to look for a different solution or can this still work. It came with a CD that has a set for mac that came with the network adapter so I don't think it's a driver problem. It does say that it is receiving a signal from my at&t gateway wireless router, but I still cant get on the internet.

RN1275J6LFB, Mac OS X (10.4.11), iMac G3 500mhz
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