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WIFI and SDIO

Hi. i have the toshiba e330 pda and can't get the sd slot to work as a proper sdio slot. does anyone know of any bespoke drivers that have been writen to update the firmware? thanks.

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Re: WIFI and SDIO

Are you sure your PDA supports Wifi through SD? I have only found information that suggests BlueTooth.

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