3. If there is no name in the Access point name: drop-down box, run Phone Data Manager. Depending on the GPRS-enabled SIM, your HP iPAQ should automatically set an Access point name.
Tap the Activate touchpad at the bottom left of the screen.
Place your HP iPAQ in the cradle.
The Found New Hardware wizard message appears on your personal computer screen, recognizing your new hardware.
6. Insert the Getting Started CD to install the USB modem driver for your personal computer.
7. Select Install from a list or specific location, and then select Next.
8. Browse for location of the modem link.inf file on the Getting Started CD. When the file is found, select it. A message displays “This is an unassigned or unverified driver. Click Continue Anyway on your personal computer.
Select Next to install the driver, and then select Finish.
Create a new modem connection on your personal computer.
Select To connect to the Internet, and then Next.
Select To set up manually, and then Next.
13. Select Connect using a dial up modem, and then select Next. Use *99# for the phone number.
14. Select the default settings for the remaining setup options. When the connection is established, click Connect or OK. If you are using your HP iPAQ as a wireless modem, you do not need to enter a username or password.
To start using Modem Link:
Tap Start > Accessories > Modem Link.
Tap Menu > Activate.
When finished, tap Done.
NOTE Before setting up a serial port modem, an infrared, or USB connection, be sure your HP iPAQ is not connected to another device.
To set up a serial port modem, an infrared, or USB modem connection:
Tap Start > Programs > Modem Link.
Tap Activate. (You should be using the USB drive for your connection.)