Wallstreet USB PC card

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  1. InuNacho, Feb 10, 2014
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    InuNacho macrumors 65816

    InuNacho

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    I got a great deal locally on a 2nd gen Wallstreet running 9.2.2 and it came with a USB PC card. I tried plugging in a small 2GB flash drive and nothing happens, just a blank icon on the finder saying "This PC Card adds functionality to your computer. It cannot be opened".

    How do I go about getting flash drives to show up?

    Also my PB came with an Airport card that is unusable, if anyone is interested in it PM me.
     
  2. Hrududu macrumors 68020

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    You need the drivers for the USB card installed on the Mac. Hopefully the card had a Mac OS driver written for it that you can download somewhere.
     
  3. InuNacho thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Was afraid of that, the only place I've found it's driver was the Belkin site but it leads to a dead link.
     
  4. micahgartman macrumors member

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    Copy and paste the dead link into the Wayback Machine at Archive-dot-org:

    https://archive.org/web/

    You might just find a working link :cool:
     
  5. InuNacho thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Interestingly it took me to the Apple USB 1.4.1 website, installing that driver didn't do anything.

    Guess I'll go with the PC card to CF option.
     

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