I have managed to break my Sierra Wireless EM7565 Modem, not sure exactly of the root cause, although I was power cycling it quite regularly. Before the device was showing up with process ID of 0x9090/bootmode, however now I cannot see it at all, i.e. in /dev on my Linux machine, the command ‘lsusb’ is not showing any device. How would I recover it?
Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.
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Have you installed the MBPL driver?
If not, please install the latest MBPL driver following the link below:
Then unplug the module and plug it back in.
Do the issue still happens in this case?
Thank you for your reply.
Just to confirm, which of these files should I download?
I did download the MBPL_DRIVERS_R28_ENG1-bin.tar.gz file and found my operating system but my kernel version is not listed.
I am trying to get the modem working on both of my systems, one running Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS, Kernel 5.15.0-46 and Debian 9, Kernel 4.19.94, neither of which kernels are listed in that file.
I tried to load the drivers for the Ubuntu_x64\5.3.0-55-generic kernel into my Ubuntu system but it returned a “Exec format error” when I tried to load it in with modprobe.
It is impractical for me to change the kernel on my systems as there has been a lot of work done on them so far.
Hi @tmiller ,
If you are using a USB cable for the module, you should download the MBPL_DRIVERS_R28_ENG1-usb-src.tar file, then extract and install it according to the instructions in the “Readme.txt” file contained therein.