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Topic # 9536 25-Sep-2006 20:32
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Hey does any one know where i can get UEStatus.exe software for woosh? i dont have the CD and need the software. i managed to get the firmware which is the driver but i need the dialler. any one know of where i can get it? or if u have it ur self could you send PM.

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Reply # 46820 25-Sep-2006 20:52
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Have you tried calling up Woosh and request that from them? Technically they should provide you the drivers and supports. Since you paid the services from them, so why not utilise them?




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Reply # 46824 25-Sep-2006 21:19
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I am not a customer of them any more and i dont think they will send me a cd, im wanting to sell it on trademe but can not untill i have software

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 46830 25-Sep-2006 22:06
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You don't need it unless you are needing support, You can just install a driver (not formware) and then make a "new dialup connection" in windows XP and connect "to a broadband modem using a username and password, this is often referred to as a PPPoE connection"

And *99# as the dailup number. Woosh will send out a CD to the new owner.

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  Reply # 46969 27-Sep-2006 16:33
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I fail to see the point in anyone buying Woosh modems on Trade Me as Woosh will still charge you the $99 to 'activate' the modem.




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Reply # 46978 27-Sep-2006 17:08
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as mentioned above, if you are selling it and the new buyer bought it and get it connected to Woosh, Woosh then will have to send the software CD to them as legally they are the new customer. As for your part you don't have to provide the CD.


You failed to mention that you are no longer a Woosh customer, hence my reply to you to contact Woosh for help.

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Reply # 46982 27-Sep-2006 17:19
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tottaly happy for help thank you, about selling it on trade me the person that buys it doesnt have to go on a 12month contract with them for thier free modem, so if they buy of me then they can kill the service when ever :)

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Reply # 46987 27-Sep-2006 18:44
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tomonz: tottaly happy for help thank you, about selling it on trade me the person that buys it doesnt have to go on a 12month contract with them for thier free modem, so if they buy of me then they can kill the service when ever :)


It's my understanding that new Woosh customers must accept a 12 month contract irrespective of whether they provide their own hardware. Can anyone confirm or deny?

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