What is the best way to check if I have the appropriate driver? I think mine is mobile broadband ready. Really need to get this resolved ASAP. HardwareZone Forum Insider on Facebook. Does ur machine comes with the 3G module?
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Did someone help you figure out your problem? Message 7 of Thanks for your advise guys.
Or are there any compatible models in the market? Have had everything replaced by Lenovo.
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This will tell you the driver version. Have you turn on the Access Connections? Saw other lenovo site selling it for much cheaper. Still need to get the 3G card.
Hi, I have been receiving the same error message and issue with my X and Gobi card. There should be 1 tab called Tools and 1 icon named “Mobile Lenoco. See our Sustainability Report. Anyone using the X? The version will be displayed in the bottom of image. Forum members and moderators are responsible for their own posts. I’ve done remote support with Lenovo and removed and re-installed the latest drivers with no improvements.
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Yes, it is only ready. Can you post back to me what version of BIOS your running? Start the Lenovo Mobile Broadband Activation application.
Product | Lenovo ThinkPad Mobile Broadband Global – wireless cellular modem – 3G
I have this question too. That is quite expensive. There’s no way a MC can ever reach that speed!
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