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Did this solve your problem? Make sure the dongle is connected Open device manager, find the 5 HSPA devices that will be sitting there without a driver.
Install the dodo connection manager normally. There should be two INF files available.
Drivers for HSPADataCard USB Device Management (COM5)
This is kind of what I did and is worked: Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. This malware protection is devixe with Windows and helps identify and remove viruses, spyware, and other malicious software. How satisfied are you with this response? You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but devicd cannot reply to this thread.
We get the message with modemlistener when we get half way through download a dashboard thing from dodos website.
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With any hspadatqcard, you’ll find that the connection manager works now and can establish a connection correctly. For each of these devices Right click, select ‘Update Driver’ Select “I will pick the driver manually” Browse to the Dodo Connection utility folder usually inside Program Filesthen browse to “Drivers”, then “vistax64” for x64 win8, you’re on your own for x86, sorry.
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Uzb have tried your method 1. On another page that pops up it says something about a modemlistener. Srimadhwa B Replied on July 28, I have the same question A fast way to check whether your PC has a virus is to use Windows Defender. I have a windows 8 and I have a dodo modem stick. If yspadatacard hardware is not getting recognized, then run the troubleshooter and check if that helps.
Once you have the device and the required software you can then uusb the device as a wireless modem to connect to the Internet. Sorry this didn’t help.
When you plug in the usb device to the computer, it will automatically recognize the hardware device as the usb drivers are inbuilt in the Windows.
Some data card requires additional software which need to be downloaded from a different computer and install the software on this computer.
A data card is a device used as a modem to connect to the Internet. In reply to lindasennett’s post on July 28, Thanks for marking this as the answer. Windows should now show you a single device depending on which of the 5 devices you’re on.
This thread is locked. Remove the Dongle and plug it back in again.
Drivers >>> HSPADataCard USB Device Management (COM67) driver
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