DIY 802.11n Update For Your Macbook

French site MacBidouille has successfully used a Mac Pro 802.11n module on a dual-core MacBook. Although such an operation voids the warranty, it allows older dual-core MacBook owners to jump on the 802.11n if they really feel a pinch for it. For some reason, the 802.11n module from the Mac Pro can be ordered from a repair center, but the one from the MacBook can’t. Go figure…

By the way, “bidouille” means “hack” in French.

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