The Pantech PX-500 is a PCMCIA card. I don't understand why it would show up on the Device Manager list under the Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Could this be part of the problem of why the computer is not able to recognize the Pantech PX-500 card?
Anyone else have any suggestions?
That could be one reason, but that leads more towards something wrong with the computer itself not the card or the software. Makes it seem that Windows is mis-categorizing the device, which I have no idea how to correct.
That could be. And I tried the card on a co-workers lap-top. But I ran into the same problem (unknown USB Root Hub). We're both running HP Compaq NC6400s
I've upgraded to Windows XP SP3. That didn't fix it.
I've installed InstallShield Script 11 as found in: http://forums.buzzaboutwireless.com/baw/board/message?board.id=MobileBroadband&message.id=41. The drivers show up in the Program File directory (they didn't before). But none of them work. I get the same message as before (Specified location does not contain information about your hardware).
I tried to upgrade from version 3.02.21 (included on the disk) to 3.02.036, but the CMPWI.exe file crapped out and still would crap out after rebooting the machine.
What I think I need:
Pantech Connection Manager version 3.02.019
or the name of and download site for the Pantech PCMCIA card driver.
Can anyone provide me with that information?