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Whats a data card monitor? -- ON LAPTOP....HELP...

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    Hyea well whats a data card monitor and what does it do?

    Basically whenever i hit ctrl alt del on my laptop to check what programs are running the data card monitor is always running...When i end task it it goes away but once i press ctrl alt del again its there running...


    Could you please let me know what it is...Thanx
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    At a guess, it monitors data cards?
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    what tab is this on in task manager?

    applications, processes, services?
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    (Original post by alexsheppard11)
    what tab is this on in task manager?

    applications, processes, services?
    Applications
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    (Original post by tune)
    Applications
    right click on the application, then go to process.
    what is the process name?
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    (Original post by alexsheppard11)
    right click on the application, then go to process.
    what is the process name?
    DataCardMonitor...

    Thats what i can see......I think the ... means the name a lot longer they just cant fit in the whole thing
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    (Original post by tune)
    DataCardMonitor...

    Thats what i can see......I think the ... means the name a lot longer they just cant fit in the whole thing
    resize the column:rolleyes:
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    (Original post by alexsheppard11)
    resize the column:rolleyes:
    i did...
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    Datacardmonitor is the program which looks out for a mobile broadband dongle being connected to one of your computer's USB ports. It then launches the connection manager program so you can connect to the internet via mobile broadband...simples :jiggy:

    I have Virgin Mobile Broadband which uses Huawei Technologies Co hardware in the dongle. I know that Vodafone use the same hardware and so the datacardmonitor will be there for them as well. I dont know about other networks, although they probably use the same as well.

    Hope this helps :p:

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