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Topic # 84144 25-May-2011 15:17
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Hi
I've got a pre-pay white telecom data stick(Has a sim card) for my PC  (Win xp )
When i pluged it in, it won't install the software off the stick but is comes up with a drive in my computer  (g)
when i select it . Window's tells me to insert disk into drive g. ???
I have turned of my firewall like the manual say's to do.
On my first insert it did install ZTE CDMA Techinlogies MSM Driver but that has not happed again

Any idea's 

Cheers

Snowie


 

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  Reply # 473985 25-May-2011 15:43
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I had the same problem. If you have the MF180 stick you can download the software from here http://www.zte.co.nz/main/Product_Downloads/MF180_downloads.htm

Or you could try Telecom's new software http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=83216



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  Reply # 474201 25-May-2011 23:20
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Yup that sorted it

Thanks
Snowie 

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