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Default LTO Problem for Dell WWAN & GPS Application - Fixed - 12-30-2008, 08:35 AM

Guys, I just downloaded a new version of Dell wirelless manager V.5.2.1045.43 and it has a nice button to enable/disable GPS

My problem is it gave error: "If LTO: LTO data is missing, connect to internet to download LTO data" after I press the GPS on button

Do u guys have any solutions for this?
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Default Re: LTO Problem for Dell WWAN & GPS Application - 12-30-2008, 04:47 PM

guys, pls try this application http://supportapj.dell.com/support/down ... eid=274186 from dell if u have a WWAN card

I still do not find any solutions on the Internet but i found a similar case here: http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=319430
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Default Re: LTO Problem for Dell WWAN & GPS Application - 01-09-2009, 01:39 PM

Theres a fix for this in the 3G/Mini 9 forum
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Default Re: LTO Problem for Dell WWAN & GPS Application - 01-09-2009, 06:52 PM

Thanks. It works for me in Windows 7

I assume it will work for XP and Vista too. By the way I haven't try it in outdoor

The signal reception for Dell 5530 is quite bad. I have to put it on my car dashboard in order to get at least 3 satellites signal. Any trees or tall buildings around will block the signal
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Default Re: LTO Problem for Dell WWAN & GPS Application - Fixed - 02-06-2009, 08:32 AM

Hi,

How did you manage to show all the GPS taps, i have only the GPS status
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Default Re: LTO Problem for Dell WWAN & GPS Application - Fixed - 02-06-2009, 06:00 PM

What is the final solution with 5530 card for:

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Failed turning GPS on
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If LTO: LTO data is missing, connect to Internet to download LTO data.
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OK
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in Windows XP problem?
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Default Re: LTO Problem for Dell WWAN & GPS Application - Fixed - 02-08-2009, 10:58 AM

Hi m_,michal

First uninstall all drivers for the Dell 5530 mini then download and install the attchment below(Drivers for Dell 5530) and install it manully later download the Dell wireless Manager R198215.exe and install it .
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Default Re: LTO Problem for Dell WWAN & GPS Application - Fixed - 03-13-2009, 05:35 PM

Hi, Hate to post in the Vista Forum when I'm running XP Home (virgin Dell SSD), but I'm experiencing a similar problem and I'm hoping you guys might have some insight.

I tried uninstalling and re-installing the drivers, but as soon as I finish uninstalling the drivers, and search for hardware, the system automatically installs the old drivers before I'm given a chance to pick which ones to install.

I installed the older version of the Dell/Ericsson Wireless manager in case that would help.
Pro: It seems to like the T-Mobile SIM from my phone (I was curious if it would see the EDGE network around here, but I don't have a data plan so I didn't try to go on-line).

Cons: I'm still getting the "If LTO: LTO data is missing, connect to internet to download LTO data" error message if I try to turn the GPS on via the GUI.

Do I need to have an activated AT&T SIM, and to log in to the internet to get this to work? (my AT&T SIM isn't active yet, I'm not sure I can justify the $60 a month they want for WWAN unless I'm traveling on work, and work haven't agreed yet ).

What IS the LTO file, and is it possible to download one (via WiFi?) without having WWAN on/Active?


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Default 05-13-2009, 02:15 PM

hello please can teach to me how to install this attachement to my dell mini
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Default 05-22-2009, 03:38 PM

just follow naqbi761's way above and LTO problem will be solved
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