Installing Huawei Modem Driver Of PTCL V Wireless On Wi
Dec 5, 2009
Installing Huawei modem Driver of PTCL V Wireless on windows 7. In this article you will find how to install huawei modem (ETS2558) drivers of previous version windows (XP) on windows 7.
Other user (other modem brand) of PTCL V or windows XP service pack 3 and vista user may get help from there to install their drivers.
As we know that win 7 has great support for previous windows applications so software make no problem only driver create a problem.
To install the driver follow these steps.
1- Insert CD into CD/ DVD ROM.
2- Cancel auto run of huawei application.
3- Go to start Menu in search bar type "Troubleshooting" and open it from menu.
4- Now click on programs and follow the instruction (Run application in Win XP service pack 2 compatibility mode and follow procedure same as XP).
Select not listed….
Select Location of application….
Click on "Try recommended settings"
Now click on start the Program…
5-After installizations save compatibility settings. (Windows may warn u that it is not compatible just ignore it).
6-Now go to the Device manager here you will see TUSB3410 DEVICE IN Multiport serial adapters which will be marked with some sign Right click on it and then click on update driver. Now click on brows files from computer and select CD/ DVD ROM in which driver is found. It will scan the CD/ DVD ROM n find and install drivers automatically.
7-Refresh the list of device manager or re-open it. U will see that USB-Serial Port (COM 3) in Ports (COM & LPT) will be marked with sign. Now perform same procedure as in step 6 with it.
Now you are ready to use your application.
Now open application ptcl v and click on connect it may take 1 to 2 minutes by displaying a message initializing.
I can't get my Huawei 169 modem to function in Windows 7, I've tried both build 6801 and 6956 -same result
As soon as I plug the modem in Windows 7 recognizes it as a usb disk, I can access the disk and launch the on board installer. I've downloaded the latest driver from the Huawei site, but the installer fails with the error "can't find any modem"
If I do a hardware scan in the device manager only the usb disk turns up, but not the modem.
I'm using this modem on this laptop in both WinXP and OSX without any problems, so the modem and PC is allright...
Is there any special windows 7 services that I need to start?
The laptop came preinstalled with Vista Home 64bit and i was able to use the mobile broadband without any issues.
I have installed Windows 7 Pro 64 in a dual boot config and it runs fine on wired or wireless connections, but when i try to use the mobile broadband i run into issues.
After the modem driver and software install and a few restarts I was able to get all the devices in the device manager to be happy, and i was able to connect via the 3 Connect software and access the internet. But after a few minutes Windows will inevitably lock up, regardless of what program is being used. The screen will freeze, there will be zero harddrive activity and the only course of action is to hold down the power button
The mobile broadbands company site says that the vista drivers should be happy on windows 7, but something isnt happy.
I really need to resolve this as my mobile broadband allows me to connect to various servers for work via its allowed IP address.
Is this the modem, the USB bus or something else?
I have checked the event log and there isnt anything useful in there.
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Just a moment ago, my computer could not connect to the Internet. When I ran the troubleshooting tool, it suggested to "Make sure the other end of the cable is plugged into the router. If that does not help, try a new cable."
I checked the LED light on the network card, and it appears to be solid red. I'm not too sure about its usual colour when it was working fine. The modem's LED shows that it detected a connection from the cable. I tried to replace the cable with another one, but it the light is still red and the modem still shows that it detects a connection from the cable, but my windows is not able to connect to the modem. It failed to detect any connection.
I am currently using a D-link wireless USB adapter to connect to the modem.
Can anyone tell me what is wrong? Is there a problem with my settings or is the network card damaged?
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