03-07-2011 12:15 PM
I got this new L412 I've liked it so far but I have a problem wit 3G mobile connection.
I inserted the SIM card, but I can't run mobile connection. It seems the 3g device has no drivers at all.
When I try to run 3G from Access Connetions, it says "Install Mobile Broadband Connection"
So I downloaded and installed this:
Hardware: Lenovo ThinkPad L412
Software name: Mobile Broadband (Ericsson F3507g, Ericsson F3607gw, Qualcomm Gobi2000)
It says that the dirvers are already installed (i run re-insall anyway). Again no effect.
When i press Fn F5, all it shows me is Wireless 802.11 connection and Bluetooth
I can't find/ run my 3G device anwhere. Any ideas??
03-08-2011 03:51 AM
What is the model/type number of your L412 ? XXXX-XXX
Are you sure you have a 3G modem installed? It's not because you have a sim slot that you have a modem inside.
06-23-2011 06:48 AM - last edited on 06-23-2011 05:38 PM by bananaman
Detail of my lenovo L412 laptop. Type 0585-B86 S/N * 10/06 Product ID 0585B86
I want to know after inserting sim card into slot, How to connect to Gprs using that Sim card.
I am using AIRTEL sim.
i also have BSNL as well as DOCOMO sim card.
looking forward for your kind help
Moderator edit by bananaman: Masked serial number to prevent misuse.
11-17-2011 10:42 PM
07-27-2012 11:24 AM
I’m Dominik from Germany. Like my previous speaker does, I’m using a Lenovo ThinkPad L412 (0530W1E).
Unfortunately I’m having some issues setting up a 3G connection. I put my o2 – Telefonica 3G SimCard into the SimCard slot and wanted to set up a connection. It didn’t work. Then I noticed that no 3G modem is installed.
Can you tell me which kind or brand of modem I need to buy in order to use 3G on my L412? I couldn’t find a proper specification in the Lenovo online shop.
Thanks a lot,
07-27-2012 11:44 AM
Just to let you know I did a little research and unfortunatly your computer dosen't have a 3G modem installed, unless you added one yourself. If needed the list below has all the modems compatible with your computer. You can have the drivers installed but it dosen't mean that the device is actually in your computer. But those are the correct drivers you need.
If you do in fact have the hardware installed, go to device manager and look for those drivers to check for an error message, or a caution symbol. Let us know what you see.
These are all compatible 3G modems for your system.
They should give your computer what it is lacking.
Hope this helps,
08-07-2012 11:00 AM
That's no problem at all LosRochos,
We are here to help. Let us know how it works out for you.
Glad I could help,