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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 4663 15-Aug-2005 12:14
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Hey guys,

I'm after a driver for my GTran GPC-3000 CDMA/1XRTT PCMCIA card.

I think Telecom used to have the drivers on their site, but no longer.. Searched everywhere on the web but can't find them..

Hoping for drivers for Win2k and XP.

Appreciate any help!

:)


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Master Geek


  Reply # 18369 15-Aug-2005 13:32
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Hi

Go here http://www.pccard.co.nz/

This is the distrubtors site for that product



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 18388 15-Aug-2005 18:28
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Thanks for the link !

Although I thought there was newer software than that available.. ahwell, still works! ;)

Cheers.
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Reply # 18424 16-Aug-2005 09:08
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2.15.2 is the latest Gtran GPC3000 version.

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  Reply # 18710 19-Aug-2005 10:58
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As Jama said, 2.15.2 was the last released package version for Windows. We also still have the PocketPC drivers for the card, but most PDA's these days are moving to ce.Net and/or no pcmcia slots.

Jp.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 18732 19-Aug-2005 14:02
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2.15.2 , I got version 1.5.8 or something from the Telecom website :( Unless of course that means dialer version 1.5.8 and maybe it includes the latest drivers?? .

Do you know where I can download 2.15.2 ? Has a look on the PCCard site but couldn't find it.


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  Reply # 18735 19-Aug-2005 14:23
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Hi Raphsta, we do have it, but no it's not on the website. The majority of our drivers are in our own driver library.

Send me an email, or msg me your email address and I'll see if I can email you a copy. It's about 8-10 megs from memory.




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