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# 46925 9-Nov-2009 22:02
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Has anyone seen or perhaps possess the process by which I can make my Vodem work with Windows 7?

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Uber Geek
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  # 271459 9-Nov-2009 22:12
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Download VMC software 9.4.3 from

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  # 271460 9-Nov-2009 22:14
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Also make sure the E220 Vodem has the latest frimware and software from

Updater works on vista or XP (remove SIM when updating)



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  # 271468 9-Nov-2009 22:38
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Sorry forgot to mention remove the old Vodem software off the PC after you have run the 2 updates

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  # 271470 9-Nov-2009 22:53
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Thanks for the quick response.  Small issue - went to and it says you need to be subscriber to access the downloads.  I don't seem to be able to find where to subscribe (either that or I need to get my hand off it!!)

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  # 274704 20-Nov-2009 11:36
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Hey Guys,

I've updated using the Firmware from the page provided there Johnr and the card is working perfectly with Vodafone NZ now thank you, however refuses to install device drivers under Windows 7 32-bit.

Any advice on how to get this working? - I see a lot of people from international forums are having the same issue with the E220 under Windows 7.


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