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PCMCIA Network Card Combo?

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Hey guys, I have an older laptop (old Toshiba Satellite) for word processing, web surfing, and Starcraft only. Recently, my old PCMCIA hardwire network card went bad on me, and I was looking into getting a wireless card. But then I thought it would be ideal to get a card with hardwire and wireless capablilites. Does such a thing exist, or will I be dreaming for the rest of my days? Thanks for any help ahead of time! :tazz:
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I haven't seen anything like that personally but they may exist.

An option would be to get a PCMCIA USB 2.0 card and get USB Ethernet and WiFi adapters. Unless your laptop already has USB then you can just get the adapters. You can use Froogle and search for USB Ethernet and USB 802.11B or G, whichever protocol you prefer.
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