Boot camp was mainly for programs to work on the apple operating system, not for hardware to work. If you want to make it work on there you need to go on the internet to search for a driver to make it work.
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While Android phones already have Android File Manager as an option for transferring data, ZTE offers its own suite at http://joinme.ztems.com/ which will install ZTE-specific drivers on your Mac. JoinMe Mini is a simple file manager while the Mac version of JoinMe PC also offers synchronization with the address book and other data.
You may have a costly problem on your hand, but it's not like you have to buy a new Mac. Because you can't get past the Apple Boot screen, the hard drive has to be removed and connected to another pc via a USB IDE/SATA adapter. Back up your info and reformat the hard drive. Replace the drive into the Mac and do a complete install of the Mac OS you have. Hopefully if you have a power pc mac, you have kept your discs; you will need them to a fresh install. Hopefully it's not your hard drive totally say bye bye to all your info, unless you have $1200 - $2400 to invest in a Data Recovery company. Good Luck
I haven't used that modem (wrong country, even), but I might be able to point you in the right direction:
Is the company called Optus? If so, I think your best bet would be to call them. 1300 300 937 looks to be their number.
(Earlier I was thinking . . . Plug the modem into one of the USB ports. Select "System Preferences" from the Apple menu in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. Click "Network". Look for your USB modem in the list on the left side of the window. Click its name to select it. . . . I'm not sure this will work. Call and ask them for help. I believe I read somewhere it was compatible with Macs 10.4 and later. You likely have 10.5 or 10.6.)
TATA Indicom's installation was pretty easy as they provide the modem
drives for mac. But the guys from Indicom may try hard to convince you
that Plug2Surf does not work and mac and you need their dialer to
connect to the internet.
1. Download the Mac Drivers for Qualcomm CDMA MSM modem.
2. The zip file you downloaded has to be unzipped. You'll see two
files inside, one for the Newer Intel x86 Macs and other one for the
Older PowerPC Macs. Open the appropriate installation (.pkg) file.
(Note : Unplug the device before opening the file.)
3. Click Continue.
4. In the next window, "Continue" after the reading the license and
then click "Install" .
6. Now open System Preferences > Network. You'll see "Qualcomm CDMA
Technologies MSM" on the left side bar (or it pops up a window, that
it has found it). Click on it.
7. Type Telephone No #777 , Account Name and Password both internet.
8. Click on "Advanced" > Select Vendor : Generic and Modem : Dialup
Device. Click "OK"
9. Your Done! The "Connect" button should be clickable now and will
connect to the Indicom service once clicked.
I suspect that your issue is that your external optical connects via USB. You can't boot from a DVD in this device because the device cannot be selected for boot -- PowerPC Macintoshes cannot boot over USB.
There are multiple ways to finesse this. Some (use target disk mode or network boot) require a second Mac. Some (copy the DVD to an external drive) require an external FireWire drive. Or you can obtain a FireWire DVD drive for under $70. Any way you cut this, you are going to have to buy or borrow additional hardware to do this job.
Actually, what you have to get is the Vista version of the High Definition Audio Codecs fom Realtek .... http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsCheck.aspx?Langid=1&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3
Insert Leopard DVD for Boot Camp Drivers [if you know how to use torrents then download from here http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/3860505/BootCamp_2.0_(Leopard)_Windows_drivers] .
Don't auto-run the installer. Navigate to the drivers folder and there you find the individual .exe files files for each driver.
Right click on the RealTek driver and select 'troubleshoot installation'. Windows will ask you several questions, but basically the gist of it is to tell Windows that 'This driver used to work OK in Vista'.
You need drivers of boot camp on mac osx 10.5.4 dvd.then open Drivers folder, you will see RealTekSetup.exe right click then click to troubleshoot compability. A window will apper.You'll se Program Compability click next below. Select "the program worked earlier versions of windows but won't install or run nom." and click next. Realtek Setup will start and install drivers. solution is just this.Lemme know if this solved the problem...
While operating in the windows mode, insert your mac os leopard disc and it should auto launch the program that will allow you to install all needed drivers and settings. The mac os disc will completely set up your computer in window... but let it run fully.. don't interrupt it.. this should set up for your wifi screen res etc... If you need help with printer drivers... download a copy of Bonjour from apple...it's free and it will find your printers and set it up for you! Way to go Mac... way to make windows work!
Hmmm... First of all, is the Vista computer located at the SAME location as the G4? A USB modem (which I have on one of out LAN machines) will have a much smaller antenna than a "normal size" unit, say a DLINK or LinkSYS unit. This makes the location of the receiver much more critical. Since you are using it in a laptop, may I suggest that you take it to the same location as the Vista machine and try it there? As you probably know, when dealing with cm wavelengths, moving an antenna a few centimetres can make all the difference. Try that first to try to isolate the problem. (IE: if it still fails at the PC location, then it's most likely a software issue on the G4.. just a guess though..)