driver error under WinXP for WiFi card

July 30, 2010 at 04:31:25
Specs: Windows XP, 1024
Hello,

after buying laptop there was Windows 7 installed. Installing Huawei worked correctly andit worked OK too. I installed Windows XP, then Huawei, according to what installer asked me to (I deactivated antivirus Avast, disconnected device when the installer asked me to do it etc.). Unfortunately, after running the application, there was message about rror of CoreCom.exe 15.1.2.0 application. In details there were many names of the files given, among others ntdll.dll, kernel32.dll etc. Application theoretically works but it scans for the network all the time and cannot find it. How can I properly install Huawei? Below I give information about Huawei and laptop:

Huawei Mobile Broadband
Model: E1752
HSPA USB Stick
CE0682

Laptop ASUS K50AB-SX101V (A119)
Procesor AMD Turion 64 x2 RM-75 (2.2 GHz)
Pamięć RAM 4096 MB DDR2/HDD 500 GB SATA
Grafika ATI Radeon HD4570 512 MB
Matryca 15.6 WXGA 1366x768 HD
Nagrywarka DVD Super Multi Dual Layer
Czytnik kart 3w1 / Kamera 1.3 MPX
WiFi 802.11b/g 4xUSB/LAN/Modem

By the way, where can I find the drivers for WinXP? There was no CD with drivers with notebook, and the only what I found on google is (http://pcarena.pl/download/file/1759036/Asus-K50AB-Notebook-ATI-Graphics-Driver-867300-for-Win7.html) driver for graphic card, I hope it is good one.

Regards!


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#1
July 30, 2010 at 06:22:27
I can answer the driver issue. Manufacturers don't provide drivers for every operating system in the world. You had a Win 7 OS but decided to go back 8 years or so & install XP.

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#2
July 30, 2010 at 09:27:50
Hello,

Summing up: Perhaps problem with Huawei is
solved however I still look for replacements for drivers for my laptop.

Thanks for your answer! After much time spent on my own trials to solve the problem with Huawei, after visiting Orange point and later after calling technical help of Orange they told me that it is problem with WinXP with SP3 and I should install WinXP with SP2. That's weird because SP should be reversly compatibile.

However about the drivers I am also surprised. I wouldn't be surprised if I tried to find drivers e.g. for Linux, OS2 or other operating systems like those but OSs from Microsoft are the most popular for PCs and XP is relatively new and popular among those, only Vista and Win7 are newer. Are there any replacements for drivers for my computer? I would appreciate any drivers which should work more or less with my hardware configuration.

Regards!


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#3
July 30, 2010 at 19:11:23
I can't believe that the Huawei people told you that you have to take 2 steps backwards for their software to work. First, you went back to XP. Now you have to go back to SP2!

As I said before, I think you're out of luck with the drivers.

How do you know when a politician is lying? His mouth is moving.


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