Hmm, I might try turning off the faux-CDROM feature, but I suspect it won't
What's happening is that it does get detected as a 3G network adapter,
looks as if it's about to connect with little green whirly and all, but
then after a few seconds it says disconnected again. Also (inconsistently)
sometimes the checkbox for "Enable Mobile Network" becomes unchecked and is
impossible to turn back on.
But the owner is about to travel to Australia so I've decided probably the
easiest thing is to put the original Windows back on, which solves the
wireless problem and also means it'll be easier for her to get support in
general. At least it'll be a clean install and not the broken mess I was
originally presented with.
On 19 March 2012 15:39, Chris O'Halloran <cmoman(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 18 March 2012 09:31, Bruce Kingsbury
Sierra's website says this device is
compatible with Linux.
Does this device also load as a USB stick?
If it does, may a race condition is developing between loading as a
communications device or a storage device.
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