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Re: Question PB3400 (Claus Enneper)
Re: None Re: Question: PB3400 (David Hinds)
Date: 2000, Aug 02
From: Claus Enneper Claus

On Wed, Aug 02, 2000 at 03:36:19PM -0700, David Hinds:
 >: 
 >: I'm not sure I understand the question but I think the answer is
 >: "yes", you've got a CardBus bridge, which will take 32-bit cards.
 >: 

Apple's Tech Info Library:
"Except for the original PowerBook G3 model, all PowerBooks with a G3
 processor support the use of CardBus PC cards." 

The first G3 is also known as 3500, form factor of the PB3400.
AFAIR the PB3400 [which is quite one year older than the 3500]
has got the (old) PCMCIA standart.

But linux says it's a CardBus bridge.
 unfortunatly I can't find any link at apple.com regarding this question.

-- 
Yours, ce

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1. None You have a CardBus bridge by David Hinds, 2000, Aug 02
1. None Re: You have a CardBus bridge by Claus Enneper, 2000, Aug 03
2. Feedback I _think_ this should work... by Albrecht Dress, 2000, Aug 03

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