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Dear Sir, My problem is that i want to have 8GB of ram in my computer for which i need to keep my OS as Windows XP Professional 64 Bits Edition and i want to use Reliance NetConnect and in the reliance website there are no drivers for Windows 64 Bits edition so how can i instal my reliance driver of my Mobile Nokia2112 in this Windows Xp professional 64 Bits Edition

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    lenovo g450.. I'm not able to connect Reliance Netconnect+ dongle.

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This 64 driver can only retrieved from the Reliance company or keep your windows as 32 Bit. 

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