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What network intercace card would work with an old HP Omnibook 800 Ct? I'd like to put it on my lan.

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I would recommend a PCMCIA Xircom ethernet card, probably very cheap on eBay. (But not a REALPORT model). A 3Com Etherlink PCMCIA will probably work as well. Make sure there are drivers for your OS. Make sure it comes with the "Dongle."

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heck goodWill stores , throws those in the trash help,
they are no longer viable. period
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and 100000 better than that old hunk of junk,
sorry but that is a fact.

RadioLan 140 PCMCIA (now called PC-card, i like the old name too)
what make you think they still in business or even sell driver for it.
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http://manualzz.com/doc/769802/radiolan-140-mobilink-user-guide


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has 1 USB port , no wifi, no ethernet, yes, dial up modem.
if USB works (test it , i bet it dont")

they try to buy a USB,wifi dongle that has windows 98
drivers with it. Be hard to do and the software if downloaded
will be rife with viruses...

The choices are , again.
1: that dial up port, there called the modem jack.
2: PCARD that has drivers for wifi, seems your are (rare to none)
3: USB wifi with win98 drivers.
4: USB with ethernet port, and win98 driver (most dont)

or get a real PC> from Goodwill for like $10 ,
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this thing you have is like finding parts for a Dueseberg car.

these old laptops are seen in garage sales for $1
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