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    3 Hardware ???

    <img src=/S/confused.gif border=0 alt=confused width=15 height=20> Likely asked/answered many times before: Can wireless/wired routers be daisychanged? Can Compact Flash (cartridges) be used for 'removable' memory (store/read/write)? Can the less expensive desktops with integrated graphics, and no AGP socket, be upgraded with a PCI video card, vis. Radeon X300XE, to handle some of the newer games?

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    Re: 3 Hardware ???

    Ladimer,
    First, WHY do you want to Daisy CHAIN routers?
    As to the video card, you would have to look for a better card that HAS PCI instead of AGP. Then turn off the internal video card in the BIOS.
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    Re: 3 Hardware ???

    Regarding the daisy-chain issue, see this thread at TechSupportForum.
    The point about using a cross-over cable 'as necessary' refers to the Lan ports which are normally configured as inputs (from PC's) and can thus not be simply linked with a standard patch cable. One of the routers may be configured to be 'auto-detect' or one may have a designated port (possibly with a switch) designated for 'uplink', otherwise you will need a cross-over cable to link the two. Check the documentation!

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