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EyeTV on Powerbook G4 USB2.0 via PCMCIA?


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Hi,

Am interested in buying one of the EyeTV or Pinnacle tuners. Have a G4 powerbook with USB 1.1 - but have bought a Belkin PCMCIA card to enable USB 2.0 (bought it off ebay, so it didn't come with it's own power supply).

Anyone know if the EyeTV or Pinnacle products work? I know some things I connect via the PCMCIA slot don't work as they need to be USB powered.

Thanks.
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