Swap PCMCIA-USB 2.0 32 bit CardBus for 16bit PCMCIA card

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by DONOTREPLY, May 12, 2007.

  1. DONOTREPLY

    DONOTREPLY Guest

    Hi from Great Barrier Island!!

    Want a 32bit Cardbus USB2.0 to PCMCIA adapter?

    We need one. We bought a Dick Smith XH6739
    PCMCIA card (needs 32bit cardbus PCMCIA, like is standard
    in all laptops after 1997 or so) and we want to swap it
    for a old PCMCIA-to-USB 1.0 adapter 16bit, "PCCARD"

    please send an email QUICK! our computer specialist
    is visiting for a few days only, and he could install
    the 16bit card so we can download photos from the
    CONCORD 1.3m pixel camera...

    please email
    phena (at} gmx.net

    THanks!!!
     
    DONOTREPLY, May 12, 2007
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  2. I fear you won't get any offers since as far as I know no one has ever
    made a USB card for the 16-bit PC Card slot. Presumably because by the
    time USB started to catch on most laptops had already switched to the 32-
    bit CardBus standard.
     
    Roger Johnstone, May 12, 2007
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