The previous driver installs your broadband card as an old school modem with COM ports et al. There are at least 3 huge bugs with Access Connections for Windows 7: The crucial thing about the new driver is the change in version from 4. You can either use: I recently purchased a Lenovo Thinkpad Ts. A new driver has been released which uses the Windows 7 Mobile Broadband driver framework. Even after figuring this out I would still get the Error message!
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A memory leak that causes explorer. Crash when trying to open VS Beta 2 Help: There are only a couple of negatives I have discovered so far: I recently purchased a Lenovo Thinkpad Ts.
Anyway, let me know how you go, and if I missed anything in my instructions.
It could, and often would, take ages to connect. After installing the new driver no need to uninstall the previous oneyou will have the following new devices in device manager: This driver is radically different from the previous one.
The filename I downloaded was WirelessManager5. The crucial thing about the new driver is the change in version from 4. This is what made it particularly tricky to setup.
Update: Ericsson Fg Mobile Broadband on Windows 7 with Lenovo Thinkpad | Jack Ukleja
When you load it up you will be presented with this:. You should see the following:. There are at least 3 huge bugs with Access Connections for Windows I installed Windows 7 on it soon after, having heard that almost all hardware devices worked under Windows 7.
The previous driver installs your broadband card as an old school modem with COM ports et al.
Just to make things extra confusing and harder to find they removed the actual card model number from the description. GoToState not working on Window. I have to credit some posters on Thinkpads Forum for the final, and only, solution I was happy with. One obvious change is that it shows up in the networks list accessed via the system tray like so:. One great feature about this is that once the radio is enabled you have two ways of getting online.
When you load it up you will be presented with this: The new driver actually gets the broadband card to show up as… drum roll It integrates with Windows differently to a dialup modem. Either way, all the drivers are much newer: Suffice to say that it just stops at this point and no drivers get installed. I have yet to work out if that has a detrimental effect: There is only one trick you may need for setting the APN. 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.
It constantly forgets your customised APN settings. Information and comments on this article could still be relevant to you so read on All I want is for my broadband card to work! I uninstalled Access Connections and will probably never use it again.
How to get Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband card working on Windows 7 & Lenovo Thinkpad T400s
You can set it to automatically connect when there is no other connection nit, which is quite handy and works quite well. Even after figuring this out I would still get the Error message! A new driver has been released which uses the Windows 7 Mobile Broadband driver framework. You can either use: