Sony VAIO laptop will not recognize CDMA 3G in PCM/CIA slot

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I have a PCG-V505BL sony laptop, I had a wreless CDMA card in it at one time, I have a new verizon card and it will not recognize it I have removed the software and drivers for the devices and reinstalled and still nothing. I tried a SPRINT card same thing, the cards are good, I inserted a WiFi 802.11g card in the slot and it sees it right away, I have reloaded everything and still no go. I think it has to be a registry error somewhere that is keeping the slot from detecting the CDMA device. I have tried everything I know, please help

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First, you should have a look at the DMESG output.
Sorry, you don’t mention the OS – you probably use some version of Windows. In that case, go to the Device Manager first (Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Mananger. That should give you a clue to what is wrong. No (good) driver seems a reasonable assumption, but it could be something else as well.

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