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pbl_ibm
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Info urgently needed -> Need IEEE 1394 (Firewire) connection

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I need a IEEE 1394 connection for my T60 (1951 A47) for transfering digital video from our new HD video camera. How can I upgrade my laptop to receive such a signal?

 

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Kind regards

Per Buch Larsen

IBM Denmark, Communications

Message Edited by pbl_ibm on 10-10-2008 04:38 AM
Message Edited by pbl_ibm on 10-10-2008 04:40 AM
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Re: Info urgently needed -> Need IEEE 1394 (Firewire) connection

get an PCMCIA IEEE 1394 adapter, shouldn't cost more than 40 dollars around ebay.
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pbl_ibm
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Will a PCMCIA IEEE 1394 adapter mean troubles for me?

I have searched for other issues in this forum regarding the mentioned PCMCIA IEEE 1394 adapter. It seems that people do experience troubles using it. Is there one adapter that is better than another? Should I change something in the setup of my T60? Simply, will it chrash?  :smileymad:

 

Thans in advance

Kind regards

Per Buch Larsen

IBM Denmark, Communications

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Re: Will a PCMCIA IEEE 1394 adapter mean troubles for me?

i use one on my T60 occasionly, and i have not yet seen it causing my computer to crash.