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mwelder
What's DOS?
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎03-14-2011
Location: New York
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Checking for presence of Gobi 2000 Mobile Broadband Card

Hi

 

I believe my W510 (4389-2SU) has a Gobi 2000 Mobile Broadband card installed but I can't tell for your sure.

It's not showing up in the device manager list.

 

I've run the Gobi 2000 driver installer and also installed Access Connections. I use ATT so I ran the Gobi coniguration utility to use the ATT image (2) which it seemed to do with no errors.

 

I also updated the Gobi based code as suggested on the driver downloads site

 

How can I tell whether the Gobi card is installed without opening the machine up?

 

Thanks

 

Mark

Vince69
Bit Torrent
Posts: 1,213
Registered: ‎12-24-2010
Location: Perth, Australia
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Re: Checking for presence of Gobi 2000 Mobile Broadband Card

Hello mate,

 

You don't have a WWAN modem in your machine. The 4329-2SU has just a WWAN option.

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