CF-54F WWAN, EM7511

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  1. Greg Hager

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    Greetings!

    I'm trying to install a EM7511 WWAN card into my CF-54F. I've got hardware and software installed, the hex code in the BIOS correct (I'm assuming), but still don't have any cell access or notifications in Win10. I'm showing everything under device manager that I should be to my knowledge, but I have linked a photo so you can tell me if I'm missing anything. However, I do have one device that is not happy. rmnet-qnap-0 I have no clue what this device is...but I'm hoping you all can point me in the correct direction!

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/s8ajnTppi22UjvH66
     
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    Is the wan card showing up in the network adapters?
    What did you set the optional bios kit id to in the bios?
     
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    If its an mk2 change the id to 13

     
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    Now set to 13, and no difference. All devices are still listed as they were before.
     
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    Just reinstalled. No difference. Going to delete all devices and reinstall again.

    I'm under the belief that it's a MK2 since it's a CF-54F, however I could be wrong.
     
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    In the bios look at bios version number. The mk# is the 1st number if the bios version.
    Idk if that card is compatible with the mk1,2
     
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    Bios is 2.15.xxxx, so it's a Mk2. Anything I can do? Any chance of upgrading?
     
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    You could try the gobi 5k driver.
    ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/computer/software/mc7355_driver_firmware_build4368_software.zip
    If that won't get it going you could always buy a gobi card from my website....
     
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