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old laptop-not ethernet capable

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I have a Toshiba laptop satelitte cdt 335.Has a credit card modem (xircom) w/ telephone dongle. Have a pc card for wireless internet (linksys). When traveling w/ laptop I was unable to use dsl because I have no ethernet connection and I wondered if they make an adaptor I could use for this?

Edited by mccarroll, 25 February 2004 - 07:58 PM.

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Any credit card ethernet adapter should work. Xircom (Intel) is a very popular and recommended. You can just swap the modem and ethernet adapter depending on your available connection.
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