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Wow, as a Mac OS user I had no idea that, even with the "wizards" and all,
that a wireless router would be such a pain to set up on XP.
I've gotten into the habit of searching vendor websites for good
downloadable documentation in advance of making such a purchase because as
a Mac user I know that wizards and quick start docs are going to be
useless to me.
The wireless router vendor I settled on (name begins with "N") provides
very comprehensive PDF reference documentation for their products (~200
pages) including Mac screen shots. Too bad you don't get it with the
shrink-wrapped product, but at least it's available.
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