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Topic # 61117 10-May-2010 09:47
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Hi Guys any one else had any issues with K7315 and Windows 7, after installing the latest version of software still no joy in getting it to work, it picks up the device but says windows could not load the drivers,

any suggestions,

Many thanks in advance :)

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  Reply # 328402 10-May-2010 10:02
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What latest version of software can you please provide more detail?

What does device manager show as the error code?



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  Reply # 328406 10-May-2010 10:19
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Hi, Thanks for your reply,

I am using 9.4.6 and the error is this this device may be in use by another program, when looking at devices in windows it says it cannot load drivers for this device, computer is a Brand New Dell Inspiron laptop with Windows 7. I have attempted to set a dial up connection using the K7315 and *99# but because of the driver issue this does not work ither.

Thanks again :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 328473 10-May-2010 13:01
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Have you tried manually to load the .ini file from in device manager?

John



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  Reply # 328493 10-May-2010 14:04
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Yes and it does not work. I have also used 2 other K7315 from the store I purchased it from and both have the same results.

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  Reply # 329949 13-May-2010 22:49
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John - thought I'd post this here instead of a new thread as it's somewhat related to this one. When I'm in the Vodafone Connection Manager, and it says "Vodafone NZ 3G", is that 900MHz Extended? And is "Vodafone NZ HSDPA" 2100MHz? I think that's the case but I just want to make sure.

HSDPA is faster too isn't it?

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