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Old 04-05-2005, 11:12 PM
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howto use gprs as internet connection for laptop

I've tried for a long time to connect my laptop to internet due 3650 gprs. I've managed to connect to internet with a datacall but how to use gprs instead? I know that the mobile is equped with a modem. It's way more expensive to pay for the time that the amount of data.

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Old 05-05-2005, 06:15 AM
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When you place a call, call the number *99# or *99***1# (cryptic tech "shorthand" for dialing the default GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA packet data connection for Internet access). In some cases you may have to initialize the modem with the dial string +cgdcont=1,"ip","internet"

To make it all easier, download the 3650 modem drivers from http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,5184,5370,00.html and the One Touch Access application from http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,8764,72028,00.html and install & try them.

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Yeah, it works. Thaks a lot.

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wondering whether a laptop support Graphics card

Hello fellows, I was wondering whether a laptop support Graphics card. It's pretty expensive to procure a laptop with integrate GE Force kind of Graphics card directly from the laptop vendor. It can be cheaper if we buy a lower version of laptop and enhance ourselves (if the slots are present on the mother board). How can we find out whether our laptop can support an additional Graphics card after the purchase?
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howto use gprs as internet connection for laptop

Hey buddy..

U should start GPRS in ur mobile device then, connect ur mobile with ur laptop via cable or bluetooth as u like... u must have complete GPRS setting for mobile after connect mobile GPRS u can easily join it to laptop , for more details u have contact to ur sim service provider and ur mobile instrument company.
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HI buddy
First you need to ask for gps setting to your service provider .He will then send setting and you need to save it.Then you have to change some primary setting according to your mobile.This can also be suggested by customer care executive of your service provider..
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