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Hi, Have a MacBook Pro running 10.6.1. Trying to use a "3" webstick (HUAWEI Mobile Connect, Model: E169G) for web access, the pre-loaded software wont install with the message "AutoOpen quit unexpectedly". Mac customer support to me their's an app called "Rosetta" on the apps install DVD, I've ran the install and searched the disk to no avail and no success re-trying the install. Internet (Mac.com) tells me it's pre-installed?? can anybody help? Simon
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Rosetta is in the optional installs folder on the 10.6 disc.

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