For a very long time I have not needed to use my WWAN adapter since I have been working at client sites with plenty of network access. However, it has been bugging me that the damn thing still wasn’t working.
Lenovo vs. Ericsson F3507g – a fight that never ends…
Yes, it seems that with every update to the driver software or Access Connections, trouble has to follow.
I was genuinely happy when I found that Lenovo had release a new version of System Update with support for Win7.
I threw it on my x301, ran System Update and everything seemed just fine… BIOS, software and drivers were successfully updated – and once again, I was happy.
Lenovo x301, Mobile Broadband in Denmark, and “3”
My the ThinkVantage Access Connections on my x301 at first didn’t, out-of-the-box, have a WAN Service Provider for “3.
Lenovo x301, Access Connections, and Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband MiniCard
I’m a happy owner of the Lenovo x301, but starting a few days ago, the Ericsson F3507g suddenly disapeared from the Device Manager, and Access Connections had the Mobile Connections selection button greyed and disabled. Here’s a solution.