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Topic # 22811 9-Jun-2008 14:32
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Does anyone know where I can obtain a Vista driver for an old Gtran dot surfer CDMA 1x card?  All the curernt drivers, including the ones on the Telecom site do not work.  The latest we have is vn 1.5.8.1

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  Reply # 136685 9-Jun-2008 15:55
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We have successfully tested 1.5.8.1 on Vista. This is the latest driver there were no other releases.



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  Reply # 136761 9-Jun-2008 19:29
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Hmmm... will have another go in the morning - but it refused to recognise the card on a new computer today.  Thanks for the note.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 136871 10-Jun-2008 08:48
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We have tried again, without success. 

When first trying to install the mobile jetstream dialer, we get the following error:

"Self registration error - The following files could not self register - flash.ocx error accessing the ole registry - swflash.ocx - error accessing the ole registry."

When inserting card it seems to find it, but when looking at the device under device manager it states it cannot start, "code 10".

When running the dialer, it states it cannot detect the dotsurfer.

We use this same card in a number of other computers, under XP and Win2K, and have no problems.

Any suggestions?





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