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Message 11 of 17

Re: X1 Carbon: 1802: Unauthorized Network Card

VID_0BDB & PID_100E belong to a some legacy Sony Ericsson Modem while Ericsson H5321gw, the half size wwan card for X1C, has VID_0BDB & PID_1919.

The only reason we see error with VID_0BDB & PID_100E is IMHO modem returns incorrect VID/PID during the POST. Or embedded controller reads these IDs incorrectly.

As the checking of HW is going on during the POST and BEFORE the Windows starts upgrades or any other sw modifications [b]awaggoner[/b] made are not relevant with this issue.

For me modem is broken.



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awaggoner
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Message 12 of 17

Re: X1 Carbon: 1802: Unauthorized Network Card

I hope I never see it again as well.  This computer is going to the VP of Production.

awaggoner
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Message 13 of 17

Re: X1 Carbon: 1802: Unauthorized Network Card

Looks like a bad WWAN card.  I tried to activate the Mobile Broadband and it would not detect the card.  I rebooted the computer and received the same 1802 error I got the other day.

 

Looks like a call to Tech Support is in order for a warranty replacement. 

ThorsHammer
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Message 14 of 17

Re: X1 Carbon: 1802: Unauthorized Network Card


@awaggoner wrote:

Looks like a bad WWAN card.  I tried to activate the Mobile Broadband and it would not detect the card.  I rebooted the computer and received the same 1802 error I got the other day.

 

Looks like a call to Tech Support is in order for a warranty replacement. 


While you are doing all of that I would make sure and confirm you have the GOBI card.

 

awaggoner
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Message 15 of 17

Re: X1 Carbon: 1802: Unauthorized Network Card

Lenovo wants the computer back.  No attempt to fix it or repair onsite.  Brand new computer is now a brick until a replacement comes.  Not a good first impression.

awaggoner
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Message 16 of 17

Re: X1 Carbon: 1802: Unauthorized Network Card

It was the Ericsson card.  From what I have read, you can't get a GOBI card for the X1 Carbon.

 

A lot of the pre-release material stated you could choose your wireless carrier, but that is apparently NOT true.  While I was on the phone the tech support, they told me that AT&T is the only option available.

eweiner72
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Message 17 of 17

Re: X1 Carbon: 1802: Unauthorized Network Card

Probably the biggest farce in the history of computer sales.  The Lenovo system update is what casued this error on my X1.  Zero hardware changes and no other updates.  The system wont allow me into the bios nor will it allow me to boot to anything other then the hard drive.  Machine is bricked and our of warranty.  

 

Never will I buy a Lenovo, nor will I ever reccommend them to the thousands of customers I service as a systems administrator.

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