From: Pencetera (pencetera_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Apr 24 2000 - 16:53:32 EDT
I simply meant that size does not indicate cardbus
compatibility (or not) and used my 770 as an example.
As for your current situation, you need the most
current version of win95 or, preferably, win98 to
assure cardbus compatability.
The SVGA model was withdrawn in Jan 1997, the XGA
version in October 1997.
--- STeve Andre' <andres_at_msu.edu> wrote:
> I didn't mean to imply size made acceptance of
> CardBus or not, just that
> the 760 looks very much like my old 700C did, which
> indicated to me the
> age of this beast, likely predating Cardbus, but you
> said it does work. Huh.
> Well, I'm having a heck of a time getting the
> cardbus Xircom to work. Thanks
> for the info, STeve Andre'
> At 12:34 PM 4/24/00 -0700, Pencetera wrote:
> >The size of the machine indicates little, my 770 is
> >physically larger than most but handles cardbus
> >nicely, as does the 760e, it's what my 770
> >--- STeve Andre' <andres_at_msu.edu> wrote:
> > > I have a sick TP 760e which really needs to get
> > > the net to fix some
> > > problems.
> > > I have a Cardbus card made by xircom; will this
> > > work? I get the feeling,
> > > looking
> > > at this beast (its awfully close to my 700c in
> > > that this predates
> > > Cardbus by
> > > some time and I'll have to use a 16 bit card
> > > instead. If thats right, has
> > > anyone had
> > > experience with the Xircom 33.6K modem/ethernet
> > > (CEM33?)?
> > >
> > > Thanks, STeve Andre'
> > >
> > >
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