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PCMCIA Ethernet card

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I am using a PowerBook 5300ce with OS 8.6. I want to connect it to the network in my house with a PCMCIA Ethernet Card. The problem is that the floppy drive on my PowerBook is broken, and of course it doesn't come with a CD-ROM drive. My question is: Does Mac OS 8.6 or the PB5300ce come with any PCMCIA Ethernet drivers or software pre-installed?
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