I need to reset the EM7511 cellular module. On older devices there was an ieOC.exe that would reset the module, but I cannot find something similar to perform the reset. Is there some sort of utility that will do this?
Everything shows up normal in the device manager with no errors. It lists Sierra Wireless in:
Modems (not disabled, no exclamations, warnings, etc)
Network Adapters (not disabled, no exclamations, warnings, etc)
Ports (not disabled, no exclamations, warnings, etc)
USB > Composite Device (not disabled, no exclamations, warnings, etc)
However the cellular will not work. I have swapped drives with an identical device (exact same hardware) and it works on the other one with this hard drive, so I know it is not a software issue. I also made sure the BIOS shows WWAN is enabled. Windows just doesn’t seem to be able to find it. In a last ditch effort, I reinstalled Windows fresh, but the same issue persists. I have also tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Drivers and Firmware to no avail. Windows just will not see the cellular module. In adapter settings (Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Network Connections), it shows it disabled, but when I try to enable it, it will not enable.
Really hoping I can get it to work by resetting it. It seems to have stopped working when I installed a Virtual GPS software to split NMEA data, but instead, it seems to have broken the cellular module to an extent.
Using Windows 10 21H1
Carrier is Verizon