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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 6003 15-Dec-2005 18:20
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hi i was wondering if there was any way of connecting my nokia 6235 to my pc for file transfer etc. when i only have windows 98 se. thanks......

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  Reply # 24824 15-Dec-2005 21:08
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Yep, you need to get the optional USB cable and download the latest Nokia PC suite (which has the USB drivers built in) for your model phone. The cable is about $100 though... Might be cheaper to get an IR port on the PC (slow though).



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  Reply # 24831 15-Dec-2005 21:35
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yeah i got the cable... but the latest nokia pc suite program (and any supported for my phone) is only compatible with windows 2000 and xp. i have win98se and therein lies my problem...

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 24832 15-Dec-2005 21:37
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i was wondering if there was any alternative software or anything. my computer keeps asking me to install drivers for my phone. i currently have installed an older version of nokia pc suite compatible with win98 but it doesnt appear to be working

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  Reply # 24848 16-Dec-2005 08:43
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Well, according to http://www.nokia-asia.com/nokia/0,,81557,00.html the version 6.7 of the PC suite does support Windows 98 SE (not sure I believe them though). However, you may need to download the USB cable driver seperately. Just google the model of cable you have (eg, DKU-2 or whatever).



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  Reply # 24873 16-Dec-2005 16:55
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mmm yeah ive been to that page also.. but the 6.7 is on the xp/2000 line.. the 98se line has nothing which means it has no support. i initially thought nothing meant 6.7 was good for both, but then i saw other phones and the win98 needed a diff. version.. damn nokia flagging win98! bastards~

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  Reply # 24881 16-Dec-2005 20:40
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Well, to be fair, Win98 is a *little* bit old as OS's go.. Good excuse to get a new PC for Christmas? :-D

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