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August 31, 2010 6:24:21 PM

I want to use a pcmcia sound card, but my new laptop only has USB. Do you have the correct converter for this situation?

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August 31, 2010 6:47:34 PM

Yes, There are several out there. Here is one below:
http://www.arstech.com/item-USB-2-0-to-PCMCIA-card-usb2...
To find more do an internet search for, USB to PCMCIA converter.
Just make sure that if your running a 64 bit OS that the device you choose is the correct one.
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August 31, 2010 7:08:52 PM

Thanks for such a quick response. I'm trying to connect my e-mu audio interface soundcard (pcmcia) to my laptop, and it appears that new laptop technology has done away with pcmcia.

I did stumble across this site you suggested last night, and I saw that they have a 32 bit technology which is what I would need. http://www.arstech.com/item-SSI2-PCMCIA-card-ssi2_pcmci..., and yes, I do have 64 bit for Windows 7. I was hoping to find a cheaper one, but I can deal with $109.00. Thanks for confirmation.

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September 7, 2010 5:14:34 AM

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