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Adding firewire card for Aspire 5610-4179

  1. I bought a PCMCIA Cardbus firewire card but no drive shows up, and It disonnects my wireless connection when I plug it in my computers slot.
  2. Which is the proper card type for this computer and which one do you recommend?

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    1. I have 1gb of memory. Do I have to configure the card?

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