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Topic Title: PCMCIA Network Adapters
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Created On: 04/20/2005 02:38 AM
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 04/20/2005 02:38 AM
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What is the difference between a 16-bit 10/100 PCMCIA network adapter and a 32-bit 10/100 PCMCIA network adapter?


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 04/20/2005 09:56 AM
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The 32 bit will likely use less resources to run as it can transfer twice as much data per transaction. The 16 bit may not even work under Win XP 64, if you have a 64 bit processor.

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