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# 22241 21-May-2008 15:45
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I cant seem to detect this card on a HP 2510p laptop- every version of VMC and VMC lite I have just 'searches for hardware' forever... The card is detected by Windows and works fine on an HP NC4200

Is there a different version that might pick it up??? Anyone know where Vodafone keeps their superseded software downloads??

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  # 132357 21-May-2008 16:24
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Make sure the U630 has the latest firmware 14.5 (can be downloaded from Vodafone NZ site)

Also what OS are you trying to use the U630 on?

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  # 132365 21-May-2008 17:26
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I'll def try the latest firmware- I'll do some searching to find it tomorrow. Its running on bog-standard XP Pro. We use huawei e800 and VMC lite without a hitch on the same hp machines, its just these slightly older cards that seem to give trouble for some reason...



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  # 132732 23-May-2008 10:31
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I'm using a U630 in my Tosh M2, it works just fine, if not slow compared to the newer cards..  It's fine for what I want though, which is webmail and rdp/ssh/vpn connections to do remote support type work.

It came with mobile connect V5.0

If you're still stuck with this I can burn you a copy of the CD, or put an ISO up somewhere...

Cheers, Chris H.

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