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  1. #1
    macmov
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    I can not seem to find the driver to install my phone on my laptop to use as
    a USB modem. I put in my installation disk and it does not find the folder.
    I have done this before and never seemed to have this much trouble. What
    have I forgotten? I reformated my hard drive and need to reinstall this
    driver in order to use my modem on the road. No matter what I do I cna't
    seem to make this work. Can some kind soul step me through this please!
    Thanks in Advance!!





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  2. #2
    Robert M.
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    Re: trouble installing sanyo 8100 driver

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "macmov" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I can not seem to find the driver to install my phone on my laptop to use as
    > a USB modem. I put in my installation disk and it does not find the folder.
    > I have done this before and never seemed to have this much trouble. What
    > have I forgotten? I reformated my hard drive and need to reinstall this
    > driver in order to use my modem on the road. No matter what I do I cna't
    > seem to make this work. Can some kind soul step me through this please!
    > Thanks in Advance!!


    Carefully follow the instructions for when in the procedure the phone
    needs to be plugged in, and when it needs to be turned on.



  3. #3
    Bob Smith
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    Re: trouble installing sanyo 8100 driver


    "macmov" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I can not seem to find the driver to install my phone on my laptop to use

    as
    > a USB modem. I put in my installation disk and it does not find the

    folder.
    > I have done this before and never seemed to have this much trouble. What
    > have I forgotten? I reformated my hard drive and need to reinstall this
    > driver in order to use my modem on the road. No matter what I do I cna't
    > seem to make this work. Can some kind soul step me through this please!
    > Thanks in Advance!!
    >

    When you say installation disk, what program are you talking about? Syncing,
    dialing, ??

    If it's to dial out, you can follow these instructions.

    If you haven't downloaded and installed the Sanyo drivers, you need to do
    that. You can get the drivers from
    http://futuredial.com/support/downlo...USB_Driver.zip . Install
    the drivers.

    Connect the cable to the phone and then to your laptop. It should see the
    new hardware, and ask for the drivers to install the new hardware. Point it
    to where you downloaded the drivers. Then set up a new dial up, using the
    new Samsung set up, and plug in the phone number #777, and do not
    include a user name or a password.

    Bob





  4. #4
    tom ronson
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    Re: trouble installing sanyo 8100 driver


    "Bob Smith" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > You can get the drivers from
    > http://futuredial.com/support/downlo...USB_Driver.zip .


    I'd be wary suggesting that particular driver set for an 8100 or a new
    computer with USB2 --- there are actual 8100 drivers on the FD site, which
    are free if you own the futuredial predicts.

    To the OP, RTFM ---- which says in short open the folder, run setup without
    the phone attached, then once the drivers are part of the Windows driver
    database hook the phone up and let the machine finish the install.

    --tr





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  5. #5
    Bob Smith
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    Re: trouble installing sanyo 8100 driver


    "tom ronson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Bob Smith" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    > > You can get the drivers from
    > > http://futuredial.com/support/downlo...USB_Driver.zip .

    >
    > I'd be wary suggesting that particular driver set for an 8100 or a new
    > computer with USB2 --- there are actual 8100 drivers on the FD site, which
    > are free if you own the futuredial predicts.
    >
    > To the OP, RTFM ---- which says in short open the folder, run setup

    without
    > the phone attached, then once the drivers are part of the Windows driver
    > database hook the phone up and let the machine finish the install.
    >
    > --tr


    Actually Tom, IIRC, that driver on Futuredial's site works for all three
    Sanyo models - 4900, 5300 & 8100.

    Bob





  6. #6
    tom ronson
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    Re: trouble installing sanyo 8100 driver


    "Bob Smith" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Actually Tom, IIRC, that driver on Futuredial's site works for all three
    > Sanyo models - 4900, 5300 & 8100.


    Well, as long as its IIRC then that's okay --- of course my experience of
    just last week, when I set up a pal's 5300, tells me something quite
    different, especially if you have USB2 ports. But if it'll make you feel
    better we can go with your recollections, no problem.

    --tr





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