From: NewtonMP - Paul Curtis (paul.curtis_at_newtonmp.com)
Date: Wed Nov 17 2004 - 07:47:37 PST
I'm sorry I've come into this thread late...
I still offer the America's Newton-Card Loaner program. I have everything
you could possibly need to get your Newton Message Pad connected pre-loaded
I would strongly suggest utilizing an infra-red port if one is available.
It's simple, it's fast and you need no cables.
If you want to take advantage of this offer I just need your physical
mailing address and e-mail address and the rest we can do offline.
MP 120 v1.3/MP 120 v2.0/MP 130/MP 2100/MP 2100/MP 2100
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[mailto:newtontalk-bounce_at_newtontalk.net] On Behalf Of Russell,Allen
Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 5:07 PM
Subject: [NTLK] PC Serial Connection Problems with 2100
Or, if you do have a modem in the Newton, email the package. Send to
yourself, download it via email to the Newton, Put Away to Extras Or, if an
NYC get together ever happens, someone can beam it to you.
>Subject: Re: [NTLK] PC Serial Connection Problems with 2100
>> The thing that's frustrating about this is that, in the absence of a
>> dongle, I have just been installing packages on me 120 and either
>> them over to the 2100 or swapping the memory card. It worked fine
>> until now, when I want to mess around with wireless. I have a
>> WaveLAN Silver,
>> just need to get the NIE packages onto the 2100. Hopefully
>> thereafter I
>> just use wireless to communicate with the computer. But I appears
>> that I
>> can't first put the NIE packages onto my 120 then bring them over.
>> Or is
>> there a way that anyone would know? Really, I just need to get those
>> the 2100.
>The only possible way around this without someone installing the
>packages on a card and sending you that,(and other than installing a
>SER-001 board) is to use a modem to modem transfer. Check
>http://tools.unna.org/wikiwikinewt/index.php/MODEMtoMODEM for details
>on this method.
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