Or not... hmmmm PC Cards can be accessed through Virtual PC only through it's shared services. For example if the Mac is configured to access the web via a networking PC Card, then Virtual PC can also access the web through Shared IP. If such a thing as a PC Card hard drive exists, then VPC could access that via a Shared Folder. Virtual PC cannot access PC Card devices directly. It would seem you would need direct access to the device, ala the keyspan adapter through both osx driver to get it recognized by vpc, and the windoze xp driver to get it recognized in the virtual machine for the garmin update util. Perhaps this would work through a USB PCMCIA reader? Probably be worth testing, tough to do if you don't happen to have an x86 laptop running native windows (2 evils!) Mark On Monday, May 5, 2003, at 00:02 US/Pacific, Mark Grimes wrote: > > Enter Virtual PC stage right :) > > My Garmin eTrex Legend flashed nicely through keyspan usb->serial via > Virtual PC 6 + Windows XP Pro. After all, you should never have to > carry more then your powerbook and accessories :) > > Mark > > On Sunday, May 4, 2003, at 23:53 US/Pacific, Ulf Wetzker wrote: > >> >> On Mon, 5 May 2003 01:03:34 -0400 >> Loni <loni@xxxxxx> wrote: >> >>> >>> Using Orinoco gold - firmware versions: PRI 4.41, STA 8.42.1 >>> >>> Can these cards be updated? >>> >> >> yes, you can flash the fireware of these cards, if you like to. >> but most flashing software is for windows only. thats the only >> problem... >> >> cu ulf >> >> >> >>> ------------------------------ >>> On Sunday, May 4, 2003, at 07:33 PM, Brad Knowles wrote: >>> >>>> Hmm. Strange. I just tried it with a Lucent WaveLAN Gold >>>> (firmware 4.52.1), and it didn't freeze. It only seems to freeze >>>> with my Senao SL-2511CD PLUS (firmware 1.3.6). >>> >>> >>> >> >> > > -- > Mark Grimes <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxx> > Stateful Labs > > "Computers aren't intelligent, they just think they are." > > > -- Mark Grimes <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Stateful Labs "Computers aren't intelligent, they just think they are."