Best Solution: Right click on START - left click on Command Prompt (Admin) Windows command processor will pop up Select 'YES' Next to C: WINDOWS system 32>type in the drive where your modem is located: i.e. 'D:' / 'E:' / 'F:' etc. Hp Laserjet P1005 Printer Driver For Windows 10 there. For Example: My Modem is in Drive F - below is how I change it to the F: drive C: WINDOWS system 32>F: Hit Enter on your Key Board next to F: type in StartModem and hit enter on your key board i.e. Pixma Mp450 Driver Windows 10. F tartModem This will allow the software application to pop up on your screen and you can connect - minimize but don't exit so you can connect and reconnect when you need to Please just note that once you have closed the application you may need to restart your PC and follow the same instructions as above to re-connect Same applies when you shutdown your pc. Hope this helps Regard Natasha McQueen.
Hi All I'm trying to install a TELKOM D-LINK MODEM (DWM 157) on windows 10 computer,but it just shows a block message. What should I do?
I want to install a driver for my D-Link 3G USB modem under Windows 10. Assumptions: • I'm the only user on this copy of Windows, • my account is a local administrator, • I have lowered UAC to 'do not notify me about anything'. After sticking my D-Link modem into USB port, nothing happens (on non-Windows-10 systems driver setup program is run automatically), but virtual CD drive with modem's drivers is created. When I browse it and try to manually start DriverSetup.exe or WirelessModem.exe, I'm hit with an error message that Windows has blocked running this program and that I should contact an admin: ( the above screenshot comes from below source, not from my actual device -- however the only difference in my case is a path / file origin pointing to a virtual DVD path, not to hard drive) This topic was risen on (for slightly different modem version), but no resolution was posted there. I don't have access to this device right now, thus I'll be able to try to apply steps mentioned in articles linked to above one only this evening. Is there any constant explanation on why Windows 10 is blocking possibility to run software by the only user on particular system (who should install software )?