You might try your wireless carrier.
I have an adapter that converts a mini PCIe WWAN card from a netbook to PCIe so I have a 3G card built into my desktop. (adapter here: http://www.hwtools.net/Adapter/MR11.html)
I have installed the appropriate drivers for my card (QualComm Gobi 2000) but the software that was used on my netbook to connect to my 3G carrier does not work on my PC (HP Connection Manager...it seems that the exact hardware is needed to run this software, upon trying to install it just says "HP Connection Manager is not compatible with this operating system" even though the netbook had the same OS)
Does anyone know of a connection manager type software that I can use to connect to my 3G carrier? I am with Rogers Wireless
Last edited by doncarbone; 04-13-2011 at 11:55 PM.
i have a connection manager on my viliv x70 it works for rogers and it seems as a standalone app i have the file that includes connection manager as well as the drivers for my modem if you want to give it a try SNO
I know this is a very old post but you can always create a dial up connection if the drivers are installed.
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