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Topic # 12292 9-Mar-2007 14:57
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There's some drivers (and instructions) for using your Woosh modem on Vista at www.woosh.com/vista 

The drivers are there for both PC Card and P1D modem for USB (and PPPoE doesn't need drivers). Just make sure that your modem has it's username and password 'flashed' onto it - this can be done in the following ways:

- if it's already been connected properly with your username/password on the Woosh network
    - the Netgear MBR814 flashes your PC Card
    - the Woosh dialler flashes your PC Card and Modem
- use the 'flasher.exe' program on a XP or 2K machine to put your username/password on the modem
- if you've got the P1D modem, set it up with the USB cable, and put the following string under the 'Extra Initialisation Commands' under the modem properties in Device Manager
           AT+CGDCONT=1,"PPP","woosh.co.nz","username@woosh.co.nz,password",0,0

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  Reply # 63536 13-Mar-2007 09:02
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Also, Woosh says it will ship Vista drivers with the hardware from now on.




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Reply # 64956 25-Mar-2007 20:23
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Yet I still cant get it to work...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 64963 25-Mar-2007 21:19
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Are you applying yourself hard enough?




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