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Sony Ericsson K750 and w810

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I need USB modem drivers for Windows 2003
Sony Ericsson K750 and w810
I need this to access AT commands in the phones.
They are both working fine on Windows 7 but not Window 2003
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You have a tough question.

Sony Ericsson is no longer in business and there is no support for their old products.

But, the one below might be the software that you are looking for.

http://sharemobile.ro/file/377060

Take it at your own risk as it might ruin your OS. So, take a full system backup or create a system restore point or try it on a VM before actually install it in your production environment.

http://www.windowsreference.com/windows-server-2003/how-to-installenable-system-restore-on-win-server-2003/
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I am using Windows 7 with Gammu and it is working fine for both phones
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