I installed it and it worked. I’ve had similar problems connecting to carriers here in Europe when using Lenovo’s Access Connection. When the Windows Vista Drivers are used, Access Connections picks up the mobile network as “Virgin Mobile”, and I can sucessfully establish a connection to internet. When you load it up you will be presented with this: I have to credit some posters on Thinkpads Forum for the final, and only, solution I was happy with. Performance was pretty sluggish — it would take ages to load the main interface. Anyway, let me know how you go, and if I missed anything in my instructions.
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Anyway, let me know how you go, and if I missed anything in my instructions. The solution was to go into the BIOS and hit “reload defaults”: Sadly is the only supported way to use the WWAN adapter so you are sort of stuck with it.
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I recently purchased a Lenovo Thinkpad Ts. Incredibly flakey when connecting some times, much more than other 3G USB modems I have that are usually rock solid in the places I travel to. When you boradband it up you will be presented with this: At this point I gave up and decided to try using the Beta version of Access Connections.
ThinkPad X1 gen3 power button cannot sleep. It could, and often would, take ages to connect. Nowhere does it mention that the Fg card is supported, but I can confirm it does work using version 5. It constantly forgets your customised APN settings.
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All my network settings such as APN ericwson correct. Information and comments on this article could still be relevant to you so read on Message 2 of Same problem on X There are at least 3 huge bugs with Access Connections for Windows 7: Both links get you to the same mobilee. Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. Solution was to forget about Access Connections and connect via Wireless manager. I installed it and it worked.
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I have to credit some posters on Moni Forum for the final, and only, solution I was happy with. I have come to the conclusion there is something wrong with the Windows 7 drivers for the Ericsson FG device, or there is some obscure setting which needs to be changed.
All I want is for my broadband card to work! I am using version 5. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions.
You can either use:. Even after figuring this out I would still get the Error message!
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Suffice to say that it just stops at this point and no drivers get installed. Message 10 of I am having the same problem as mjben at the start of this post. For a bug as huge as that to be released into the public, no matter what label you give it, is a sign of a rotten development process.
Yes, resetting the defaults on the BIOS worked for me too – one day my ericsson card had completely disappeared from my X, no mention of it in device mgr, no event log entries, nothing; I even tried re-installing Windows 7 and that had not fixed it.
I’ve had similar problems connecting to carriers here in Europe when using Lenovo’s Access Connection.