I have been using the LG 8600 tethered to my computer (desktop) using the USB cable (purchased through Alltel, came with the CD) for a while. Works great. Yesterday, buy a new laptop and attempt to put the Alltel program on there.... I believe that I have the CD in storage. I was able to go through the Alltel site (software.alltel.com) and download the drivers. Put it on a CD. I was not able to find the driver for the Vista programs, but assumed because it is relatively new, and with my fingers crossed, that it would work on Vista as well if I selected XP. Put it in my new laptop, unzipped the file, plugged in the USB cable and it is not working. When I plug in the USB cable, I get a message to search for the driver. I select the file that the unzipped file for drivers is located in. It gives me a message that there are no drivers at that location. I did get the laptop to open the CD, and started going through the motions of installing the driver and QuickLink Mobile. When I get to the screen that indicates I need to plug in the USB cable, it doesn't "see" the USB cable that is plugged in. The system that I use is my only internet connection. The laptop gives me the option of going online and trying to find it.... But, I can't do that because I am trying to install my internet connection. When I downloaded the drivers from the website, it was on my desktop, which runs XP. Someone said to uninstall it, and remove the "bluetooth stacker" off of my Toshiba (what the new computer is) for this type of thing.... Can anyone shed any light on this???