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Mar 16, · lotam March 16, , am #5. Sorry guys, I don’t have EM on hand and as the module was built and sell with Lenovo laptop so I think it makes more sense for Lenovo to release a driver that they validated on the laptop itself. Still, I found a similar thread on Lenovo forum, one gentleman said he obtained a driver for win7 from Lenovo. Sep 27, · All firmware on this page is in FLZ format. To flash it, use Intel M.2 Firmware Updater Tool from the LATEST EM driver package on Lenovo Support Site. If you need to flash using Infineon Flash Tool E2 (i.e. for unbrick or emergency recovery), extract FLS file from the corresponding FLZ file. Mar 16, · My understanding is that for Windows there is no Sierra Wireless EM network driver because the device always works in MBIM mode thus uses Microsoft generic driver. My intention was that I hoped you can recommend me some of your development/diagnostic tools that can diagnose the issue. Puppy March 16, , am #4.
Cellular option missing after upgrading to Windows 10
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Under Windows 10 the device appears fine in device manager and also in Network Connections, where it is shown with a red “not connected” cross but strong signal. I have the latest updates and drivers installed. The network diagnostic trouble shooter cannot find a problem and there are no warnings in device manager.
But despite the adaptor appearing in the right places and reporting no errors, the cellular option is missing in Windows. How do I get it back please? This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
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Type NCPA. CPL and hit the Enter key. Locate the adapter name, right click on it, select Enable and check if it fixes the issue. Right click on Start button Windows logo and select Device Manager. Right click on the device and select uninstall. Tick the checkbox to delete the driver from your computer. Reboot the computer install the driver downloaded from the above link. Reboot the computer again and see if it works.
Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for your feedback. I ran NCPA. CPL and the adaptor is present and enabled and reporting a strong signal, as I said originally. I did as you suggested, although this is the driver I was already using, as I explained I had installed all the latest drivers.
Having followed your advice I am now in a worse position than I was before! The device was fine in device managed but now it says the drivers are not installed and it doesn’t appear in Network Connections any more. The driver to which you referred and which I was using until I followed your advice to reinstall it is from and claims to be compatible with my exact model of laptop 20BS and Windows 10 64 bit. This is an older version from Having followed your instruction to reinstall the latest driver and found it made things worse, I have tried this one but it also did not install.
I could have done but having followed your advice the device is no longer installed so I am unable to update the firmware. So before taking your advice the network adaptor was fine in device manager and appaered with a strong signal in Network Connections, Windows just didn’t allow me to connect with it.
Now the device is not in Network Connections and the driver is not installed and will not install. What should I try next? I would suggest to try installing the driver in compatibility mode. Please follow the steps as given below. Place the applications installation file on the Desktop.
Select the appropriate options from the list in the following image. Right Click the file and select the Run as administrator option to install.
Hi, reinstalling makes no difference. I set it to run in Windows 7 compatibility Mode for all users and installed as Administrator as you suggested. There were no error messages. As I have already stated, the device was fine in device manager and network adaptors when I migrated from Windows 7, the problem was Windows 10, despite the device being correctly installed, would not allow cellular connection. Having followed your advice the device now has a yellow exclamation in device manager with the error “the drivers for this device are not installed code There are no compatible drivers for this device”.
Clearly this is untrue because the device was installed without error when I migrated from Windows 7 to Windows Networking in Windows 10 generally seems poor, with Aircraft Mode switching itself on for no apparent reason and the computer failing to connect automatically to known networks even though the automatic connection option is selected.
I’m very disappointed that having followed your advice the situation is worse than it was before. As the driver were removed completely from the computer and you are unable to reinstall them, I would suggest to try system restore and see if the drivers and cellular connectivity gets restored.
Note : System restore will not delete any of your personal files, however the apps and updates installed after the restore point was created will be uninstalled.
Also any changes to settings make after the restore point was created will be lost. Select the restore point which was created before we uninstalled the drivers. Please refer to the section Restore from a system restore point of the article:.
Recovery options in Windows Once the system restore completes, check the status of the device in device manager and let us know if the drivers are restored. Thank you for your response. I carried out a system restore to 26th February, which was before making any of the changes you suggested. This has undone errors in device manger by reinstalling the drivers and I’m back where I started. Despite Windows 10 knowing it is there and reporting no errors, the user interface does not offer the cellular connection option.
Glad to know that the device drivers were restored. We appreciate your time and patience. Microsoft Community-Moderator.
This is clearly a Windows 10 problem in that the device worked perfectly under Window 7 and even Windows 10 shows the LTE modem installed without error in Device Manager and in Network Adaptors, Windows 10 just won’t allow me to use it even though it shows no errors with the device.
Having spent 12 days following your advice around in a circle, I’m now back exactly where I started but the time slot in which I can roll back to Windows 7 has expired. Not a great outcome. Please try updating windows. If this is not working, go the the WWAN manufacturing site or your PC support website and download wireless application.
That application can be used to connect to a cellular network but the issue is frequent disconnections. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Previous Next. Hi, Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums. Cellular settings in Windows 10 It is possible that the adapter is disabled. How satisfied are you with this reply?
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Thank you for your quick reply. In reply to BarwickGreen’s post on March 2, Hi, Apologies for the delayed response. What happens when you try to reinstall the driver?
What is the status of the device in device manager? Hope it helps. Peer Samie Microsoft Community-Moderator. In reply to BarwickGreen’s post on March 6, Hi, Thanks again for the reply.