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M1 vodafone K3565-Z problem with windows 7 erickwan1989 Nov 4th, 09, 01:02 PM #1

it is possible to connect ZTE K3565-Z (Vodafone) to network under Windows7 ? Tnx.


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czheyuan Dec 23rd, 09, 01:08 AM #2
I am also trying to look for this solution leh. Just installed windows 7 but not sure how to get the driver for the K3565Z..
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sirchua Dec 25th, 09, 09:15 AM #3
Why not get the Aztech HW550-3G
It says supported the K3565-Z


If you haven't heard already, the 257.15 Beta ForceWare driver set from NVIDIA accidently had the ability for ATI users to again use an NVIDIA card as a second to do PhysX.
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Thanks to sirchua for this useful post! Dec 25th, 09, from czheyuan
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czheyuan Dec 25th, 09, 01:39 PM #4
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Originally Posted by sirchua View Post
Why not get the Aztech HW550-3G
It says supported the K3565-Z
Oh didn't wana get a new modem mah. Anyway, will be swapping for new modem with friends who got the new E1550 modem from M1 and still using Vista. Then issue solved le.

Thanks anyway for your help!
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msaz Dec 31st, 09, 01:53 PM #5
Been using this stick with my netbook no issue. just plug in and run the .exe file install on the free m1 netbook lg x130 with win 7 starter OS.No additional driver needed
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chrisjones Oct 17th, 10, 09:20 AM #6
I have spent all day looking for a solution for this problem, trying everything short of a full reinstall. There is a simple solution that worked brilliantly, install and run McAfee Removal Tool and hopefully this should solve your problem.
Download the removal tool from: http://download.mcafee.com/products/...tches/MCPR.exe
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