I have some MC7710 cards that about Windows not appear inside the device manager, no COM Port, no networkadapter no modem appear. So I cannot communicate with this cards. I have read that it is possible about Linux to comminicate with this cards. Did anyone have information about this way?
You can download the Windows or Linux driver from https://source.sierrawireless.com
On Linux make sure to blacklist the Qualcomm drivers as per the release notes.
you should also disable modem-manager
Hi and thanks, the problem is that the card dont accept driver, because it dont appear inside device manager. I have a lot of information about flashing firmware, use the correct driver for different systems, flash NVR.files and so on. But I dont found no information ho to reactivate a dead card
If the modem doesn’t show up in device manager. Or under lsusb in Linux then there is no way to recover it.
I think their must be a way. I know from Realtek a developer tool that is able to flash wireless cards new. I think that Sierra also has such tools, because if they produce the card it is also empty and they must flash firmware and nvr.file inside. So I hope someone has information how to flash an empty card