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Just a quick question about compatibility :

I have a Powerbook 1400 with two card slots.  I also have a New Media Livewire Ethernet LAN adapter PCMCIA card.

Can I use this card with my Powerbook?

thanks!
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Question by:jandp
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by:macmann
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Yes i thaink you can .But does you lodging have an ethernet line?
If not it won't work.
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TheHub earned 150 total points
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You have 2 type II or 1 Type III PC Card slot(s). If you have the software to run the card, the card is of Type II or Type III and your MacOS is installed correctly, yes...it will work.

The best advice is...try it. You won't break anything if you cannot make it work.

-good luck
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by:jandp
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Thanks.
I'll contact the card's manufacturer and see if they have the software to support it. I suspect not, but it's worth a try!

Jon

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