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  1. #1
    Will Davis
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    After looking around for a while on the web, I found a great webpage
    that has USB modem drivers for the Sanyo SCP-4900, SCP-8100, and I
    also believe it has a driver for the SCP-5300. There's also a ton of
    hard to find Adobe acrobat tech files there. If you don't mind all the
    photos there, it's a great website for Sanyo SCP-8100 phone users, it
    tells you everything there is to know about them !
    http://www.geocities.com/sanyoscp8100/



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  2. #2
    INTELLER2
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    Re: Sanyo USB Modem driver

    also:http://www.futuredial.com/support/us...rs/Drivers.htm
    has all the usb drivers


    "Will Davis" <cnygemini@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:d092387a.0403130816.60290dcc@posting.google.com...
    > After looking around for a while on the web, I found a great webpage
    > that has USB modem drivers for the Sanyo SCP-4900, SCP-8100, and I
    > also believe it has a driver for the SCP-5300. There's also a ton of
    > hard to find Adobe acrobat tech files there. If you don't mind all the
    > photos there, it's a great website for Sanyo SCP-8100 phone users, it
    > tells you everything there is to know about them !
    > http://www.geocities.com/sanyoscp8100/






  3. #3
    Will Davis
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    Re: Sanyo USB Modem driver

    Futuredial is a paysite though, and specializes in only 3 software
    packages. The webpage I saw was all free, and it had the technical
    info on the SCP-8100 chipsets I have been looking before. Sprint
    really doesn't want anyone to have access to that stuff, they are
    afraid people will try to override the #777 call block, and fax from
    their 8100's. I don't get it, Sprint would gain more customers if they
    allowed people to fax from their phones !



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