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InfraRed Communication

If you like to exchange data between 2 notebook / portable computers, there maybe the possibility
for Infra-Red wireless data-communication :

Have a closer look at your notebook, either the front or the back :

The Infra-Red port is usually a kind of dark-red glass (very similar to InfraRed on TV's or VCR's).

The data-communication will be possible using
Direct Cable Connection, but without a cable :

for: - - :
Verify the Infrared Setup / Configuration / Activation (created Aug.31,2002)
Installation Direct-Cable Connection for Infrared Communication (created Aug. 31, 2002)
Usage of Direct-Cable Connection via Infrared (created Aug. 31, 2002)

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