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Wireless Internet stick

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Hi all,

Is there some adaptor of some sort that can be used in order to use wireless internet stick on a laptop that has no USB ports?

Thank you :) .
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A notebook with no USB ports? Hmmmm, that would be odd - or perhaps very old.

I would hope it has a PC Card (PCMCIA) slot and in that case, you could use a wireless adapter PC Card, such as one of these.

Or, if you already have a wireless USB adapter but no place to plug it into, you can get a card that adds USB support to your notebook with one of these.

I will only post again if I’ve tried your suggestions & problem remains unresolved.

Please post back to tell us if a suggested solution works too!

Edited by Digerati, 03 July 2010 - 07:31 AM.

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