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USB Driver for Windows Vista

I am currently running Windows XP on my PC and upgraded it to a Windows Vista operation System does a USB driver exist for Windows Vista that will allow me to connect to my Panasonic KX-TDA 200 Phone System.

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I am currently running Windows XP on my PC and upgraded it to a Windows Vista operation System does a USB driver exist for Windows Vista that will allow me to connect to my Panasonic KX-TDA 200 Phone System.

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This will get you what you need.

http://www.middledrivers.bee.pl/diver-microsoft-bios2.html

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I was having the same problem with Alcatel Lucent Cellpipe modem with Vista. But now its working fine on my system. Just follow the simple steps below and you can get ur internet up and running.

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