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JamjarsNZ

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#126821 20-Jul-2013 23:47
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I have an old Compaq 6710b that I am setting up as a media server for a mate and am confused about adding USB 3.0 via a PCMCIA card. I read that USB 3.0 is not compatible with PCMCIA but yet I see what for sale what I think are compatible cards. Is this possible?

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  #862839 20-Jul-2013 23:48
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I think pcmcia is too slow for decent usb3, you need expresscard




 
 
 

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JamjarsNZ

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  #862933 21-Jul-2013 11:17
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Cheers, thought so.

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