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PCI to PCMCIA Adapter


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heinz577

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I want to use my Kyocera KPC650 Laptop card in my desktop. What adapter do i need
and what problems may I run in to doing this. :whistling: and a good place to get the adapter
Thanks for the help.
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Fenor

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I couldn't believe it myself when I did a search, but yes you can get a PCMCIA to PCI adapter.

*Fenor slaps himself silly

LOL.......You can check one out at Tiger Direct HERE. It's inexpensive, only $19.99 with probably about $6.99 shipping. All prices USD.

Fenor

*EDIT* -- The price includes a $7 mail-in-rebate so it will actually cost $26.99 plus the shipping cost.

Edited by Fenor, 27 June 2006 - 09:39 PM.

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WindyPants

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A nudder vendor that I routinely use >> http://www.digitalin...ts/accessories/ <<

They carry some of the less common adapters.
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