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Topic # 114032 5-Feb-2013 19:04
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Hi,

    I'm after an ethernet/network dongle for a 3com pcmcia/pc card/card bus.

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  Reply # 756248 5-Feb-2013 19:38
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3Com Megahertz 1/100 Lan CardBus PCMCIA

Model 3CCFE575CT

How much do you want this for? (please don't say free) :)




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  Reply # 756251 5-Feb-2013 19:44
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Thanks for reply but I'm just after a replacement cable/dongle ... we have a working card.

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  Reply # 758722 9-Feb-2013 16:36
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UPDATE: Just ordered one from USA source (US$3.25 with free delivery), and a mate will bring it when he visits in a fortnight.

Was never this easy in my grandfather's day.

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  Reply # 761956 13-Feb-2013 21:13
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No, thats why I put so much thru my cards that they think they are fraudulant and turn my CC off on me ;)




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  Reply # 762565 14-Feb-2013 18:45
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Do you mean to say that you require an antenna? The definition of dongle is: "A device that is connected to a computer to allow access to wireless broadband or use of protected software."

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  Reply # 762638 14-Feb-2013 20:51
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Edit: Oops, opened two threads at once.

Anyway, they are the ethernet jack and magnetic transciever for the PCMCIA cards since those cant really be housed onboard a thin card without having a dreaded xjack type thing.

Always been called the dongle when I was dealing with them.




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