USB Modem

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#1

Hello,

can someone help

I need to unlock the BT Voyager 105 frame ware, to get it work on Windows XP (SP3), vista, and windows 7.

http://www.voyager.bt.com/usb_modems/voyager_105/downloads.htm

thank you in advance


#2

[QUOTE=ncc123;2492571]Hello,

can someone help

I need to unlock the BT Voyager 105 frame ware, to get it work on Windows XP (SP3), vista, and windows 7.

http://www.voyager.bt.com/usb_modems/voyager_105/downloads.htm

thank you in advance[/QUOTE]

Either use compatibility modes included in the OS’ or just perform virtualising.


#3

Hi and Welcome![QUOTE=ncc123;2492571]
I need to unlock the BT Voyager 105 frame ware, to get it work on Windows XP (SP3), vista, and windows 7.[/quote]You need no “unlock”, you need drivers.

http://www.voyager.bt.com/usb_modems/voyager_105/downloads.htm
From there:
Please note that this product is not Microsoft Windows Vista compatible.
XP drivers are available there.

So if you want to use Windows 7, you need a new modem. A broadband router is the better option, since it is operating system independent.

Michael


#4

No, he doesn’t want a broadband router he wants an ADSL modem which is around 30-35£.
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Dlink-DSL-320B-ADSLplus2-(AnnexA-M)-Single-Port-Ethernet-Modem-Also-Converts-Cable-Router-to-ADSL
http://www.dabs.com/products/netgear-dm111p-adsl2--ethernet-modem---dsl-modem-4DJ7.html?q=dsl

You can get a router with a builtin modem but they usually work poorly and if you switch to cable you need to get a new router too.

//Danne


#5

[QUOTE=DiiZzY;2492631]No, he doesn’t want a broadband router he wants an ADSL modem which is around 30-35£.
(…)
You can get a router with a builtin modem[/quote]That’s what I was thinking of.

but they usually work poorly
I can’t complain here.
and if you switch to cable you need to get a new router too.
It depends.

Michael