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Laptop does not see pcmcia adapter

Got my Sony D770 last night...... every thing works fine except when I put the supplied pcmcia card adapter with the SOny stick memory...... laptop does not see the card. There is software driver supplied for the parrallel port adapter, but no info or directions supplied as to how to get your laptop to see the card. It does see my other PC cards...SCSI and ethernet cards. Thanks for any and all help.

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I found out today the supplied card works well with Win 98

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Try going to the control panel, add new hardware, and follow the prompts.

Posted on Sep 08, 2005

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