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Dear all experts out there..

i have bought blackberry storm just recently, and i completely satisfy with all the functions though i am an Apple guy..

however i couldnt switch my bb into a 3G modem to my laptop. please help! the technician told me that my laptop doesnt support the service of my bb being a modem which i think is totally an excuse.

so far i've been able to connect it using standard modem over bluetooth link which is so slow, i dont know is it because of my settings or it just me getting used of a faster internet connection.

i am using Celcom, Malaysia network, wih HP pavilion dv3000 laptop, windows vista service pack 1.

many many thanks of your future response
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