On Tuesday 09 November 2004 13:44, Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
> On Tue, 9 Nov 2004, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> > I could not rely on that.
> > My laptop, in particular, has no floppy or CD drive,
> > and no link to the rest of the world except WiFi,
>> and a wafer thin USB port?
>> or a parallel port?
Actually, it doesn't have a parallel port.
It does have a USB port,
but I'm not sure how I could use that to link it to my desktop?
More to the point, I could use a PCMCIA ethernet card,
but that wouldn't really be different in principle to WiFi,
and would mean I would have to climb the stairs.
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