CF-31 JBGEA1M Win 10 install issues

Discussion in 'Panasonic' started by r.wyll, Feb 15, 2021.

  1. r.wyll

    r.wyll Notebook Geek

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    Tried to install and save files. Didn't work. Did clean install. Where can I find the needed drivers for this unit. I just need it to get by for a few months so I can save for an MK4. I had gps, gobi 2000, S&T 2013. How can I make all this work again? Had no problems over the years updating all the way through win 7, but I think this is a different monster.
     
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    Running 32 bit, but want to upgrade to 64 bit. Not necessary, But wouldn't hurt.
     
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    Most of the drivers should be included in Win10.
     
  4. r.wyll

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    I can't get the carrier selection app to work. My AT&T comm manager is loaded. Windows wireless utility shows a verizon connection, even though an AT&T sim card is present. ACM shows no device found. I can use my hotspot if needed but would rather not all the time. The win 7 upgrade was relatively simple, this has been a little more complex. Unless I am doing something wrong!
     
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    I don't mess with WWAN so I can not be of much help.
     
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    r.wyll Notebook Geek

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    A step in the right direction for sure! Windows shows AT&T. AT&T comm manager shows no wireless device detected. Windows wireless utility shows cellular turned off. Can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.
     
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    Check the driver and hardware switches, if you haven't already.

    Windows 10 also has the ability to disable things a few different ways (manual disable, software switch, Airplane Mode, and via driver).
     
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    Still no luck. Tried restarting without sim in. Same thing. Restarted again with sim installed. Tried to change what I could within Windows. No luck. Thanks anyway!
     
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    Did you go into the "Optional Kit Configuration" in the BIOS to select the correct provider? The providers name (as I recall) is not listed... They only use numbers. When I loaded my WWAN it was required as it was AT&T when I bought it and I needed to Switch it to Verizon. The password to get into it is "Panasonic" I think... If not it is an easy Google.
     
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