Ramblings from another nerd on the grid
I’m sure by now that a number of you have signed up for the Verizon BroadbandAccess EVDO service. If you are a trail blazer and are part of the Windows Vista testing gang, you have probably noticed by now that Verizon’s connection software (VZAccess) doesn’t run under Windows Vista. Never fear, there is a solution to this problem.
Creating an EVDO Dial-up Connection
Happy surfing!!! FYI, I also tested VPN connectivity across this to my corporate network.
For the Kyocera, KPC650,
I tried installing the KPC650 on Windows Vista build 5600 and received the BSD (blue screen of death) on two separate laptops (Dell & Toshiba). Anyone else experiencing this?
Doesn't find drivers for Kyocera KPC650 via Windows Vista Update. RC2 Build 5744
BSOD putting in the Verizon v620 with Vista RC2 Dell D610. It worked great with XP SP2. Can't get Cisco vpn client to work either. Can anyone help.
Finally got it to work! All I did is disable the smart card adapter in device manager whitch shared the same IRQ (19) as the Novatel v620 EVDO card. Stuck the card in and no more BSOD. I also download Cisco VPN Client 4.8.01.0410 just released for Vista and now that works. Thanks for all the help.
Earlier this week my hard drive on my primary laptop begin to show signs of failing - I took this as...
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