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hi eveybody, i'm facing a big problem with my pcmcia gpc 6210 ev-do wireless card, i can't find any driver to get it installed under windows vista 64, i sent a driver request to the Gtran company support and they said that the product is no longer supported and no vista 64 driver will be available, please can anyone help to find a driver for vista 64 i tried to identify the chipset integrated in order to find a compatible driver but no result... please rescue me, thanks to everyone in advance

DotSurfer 6210 CDMA EV-DO

www.pccard.co.nz

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what is the device id and subsys id?

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what is the device id and subsys id?

Thanks for replying,

is it this one?

PCI\VEN_104C&DEV_8039&SUBSYS_FF101179&REV_00\4&2d0ca0ef&0&30F0

device description

GTRAN CDMA2000_1X_EV_Card__Rev_1.0

hardware ids

PCMCIA\GTRAN-CDMA2000_1X_EV_Card__Rev_1.0-185F

PCMCIA\GTRAN-CDMA2000_1X_EV_Card__Rev_1.0-028B-0080

PCMCIA\GTRAN-028B-0080

if you need any additional information let me know, i'm asking myself if it's possible to covert the original 32 bit drivers to 64 bit??

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what is the device id and subsys id?
what is the device id and subsys id?

here are the information on the PCMCIA device:

Gtran Wireless

DotSurfer

Dual Band CDMA 1xEVDO

QUALCOMM 3G CDMA

Model: GPC-6210

FCC ID: PL5GPC-6210

so as i'm using it under Windows xp media center, the installation package includes the driver and a small dialer program but it can be used without the dialer just by creating a new internet connection...etc so the main problem is getting recognized by the vista 64 OS as a working pcmcia modem the dialer .exe don't matter at all

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There is no VISTA 64bit driver available for this device :)

XP 32bit drivers yes (after putting them together from various sources using google).

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