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EtherealFlame

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I have a really stupid question. I am total idiot when it comes to networking and was wondering what all you could use a wi-fi adapter on. Let say I have a camera that has a USB connection, could I put a NA on that and wirelessly grab the photos off of it? I mean can I use a NA on anything with a USB port to make the files on it accessible on my network?

I just realized I put this in the wrong place. Sorry about that :)

Edited by EtherealFlame, 09 December 2009 - 08:07 AM.

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nope....with a wifi adapter you have to have something to run the software for the connection...like an operating system (or some other kind of system capable of running software)...

for the camera....check out eyefi it's a wireless enabled memory card
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Well double drats. My camera takes CF cards :)
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http://photojojo.com...-fi-wifi-memory the FAQ suggests that there is a CF adapter for the card
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