Samsung A900M Fails to Connect on Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs
I've been connecting to the Sprint EV-DO network with the Samsung A900M on Windows XP for a while now. It had always worked wonderfully. Recently, I have a few thin client notebooks that I like to try the same feats on. The thin client notebooks are running the Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs (WinFLP). It's a stripped-down version of Windows XP based on Windows XP Embedded (XPe). So far, WinFLP had ran everything I throw at it beautifully. I didn't think it would have any problems accessing the Internet with the Samsung A900M camera phone. But it did.
The actual problem was quite interesting. The installation process, as documented in "Connect Windows XP Computer to the Internet Using the Samsung A900M Camera Phone", went smoothly with one slight script error at the start. But everything installed according to plan. But when I tried to connect to the internet, I get the following error message (see screen shot below):
I have tried it on two separate WinFLP notebooks and the same problem persists. Perhaps WinFLP doesn't install some software module that is installed in the regular Windows XP version?
The following screen shot shows the description after I clicked on the "More Info" button. I've also typed it below for those of you on text browsers:
Everyone is having the same trouble. The following are some web sites that cover the problem and suggest some kind of solution. So far, seems like none works.
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