CF-54F WWAN, EM7511

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  1. BaRRmaley

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    Are you using this EM7511 driver?
    What USBCOMP value is in your driver's Configuration.ini ?
     
  2. Greg Hager

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    No dice there either, just shows up as drivers not installed.

    Gobi card isn't out of the question, but it'll have to go up the chain of command. Last ditch effort though. lol
     
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    Yes I am using that driver. USBCOMP value is 8.
     
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    Ok, try USBCOMP=6
    and 1 to 14 ;)
    upload_2021-3-14_1-9-2.png
     
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    Changing to 6, and I'll do a reinstall.

    What do you mean, if six doesn't work try 1-14? What am I looking at in the photo?
     
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    The mnet-qmap has something to do with Sierra. Have you tried to load the drivers for that or possibly uninstall it?
     
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    Yes, try other usb compositions. There's a list of them with ports and qmi/mbim info on my screenshot to understand what each composition means :)
     
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    I don't know what to try to install other than the Sierra Wireless drivers I've installed that came from Panasonic.

    Okay! So to be clear, change the USBCOMP in the Configuration.ini and try a reinstall each time?
     
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    Aha :)
     
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    Revisiting this! I've done all fourteen USBCOMPs, and nothing has changed. :(
     
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