Will this work with that? You must be logged in to post a comment. July 5, at 7: I called Verizon and they sent me the Novatel Wireless V to try. I have a problem though! You can get to this a variety of ways, but Control Panel Network Center works.

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September 9, at My question for all is: When you go to plug in the card, make sure Windows Vista RC1 has network connectivity so that any drivers it detects can come off the Windows Update site.


June 13, at 4: Will this work with that? May 16, at 9: The detection process needs to get the drivers from the Windows Vista update site. October 15, at 6: Go to the Network Center. Click the yes button to search for the drivers.


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You can get to this a variety of ways, but Control Panel Network Center works. Thanks for all the help. I know it’s not a supported card but could I some how get I launched the app, configured it for the card, cufitel connected to the Internet…. In fact, I did some testing Thursday of this week because the billing for my account changed and so did the phone number. The place to find device driver updates.

September 11, at 7: I upgraded curitle BIOS to the latest 1. If you have anything else for a pcmcia card for testing, I would advise trying it.

September 11, at 3: If you just reboot with the card in it will work fine. Who is online Users browsing this forum: I sat there and watched it like a dummy for a few minutes then finally just tried things and viola, it was working. They are polite and willing to listen though so far.


openbsd user – misc – Verizon PC card (Curitel Communications) wireless WAN card

Thanks to anyone who can help. Anyone else experiencing this? However, when I installed both of them including drivers and insert my SIM card, it And trust me I have tried it from nearly every angle.

Dial — no username or password. It worked great with XP SP2. June 12, at 7: May 5, at 55740 I use this for guest access on my machine. December 10, at I never had a problem with my three previous laptops Dell, HP, and Fujitsu and these cards.

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