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Powerbook 12inch and PCMCIA


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Hi,
I have a 12 inn Powerbook which doesn't have a PCMCIA slot. I would like to use a a PCMCIA modem like this
http://www.iburst.com.au/?deviceoffe...isit&appCode=&

I was wondering if the datafab USB to PCMCIA is going to work
http://www.expansys.com.au/product.asp?code=109293

Thanks

Pankaj
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I don't see why not. It's just a converter, basically. Typically those don't even require you to install drivers, so I don't see why it would require a specific OS.

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