I've spent something around a couple of days trying to figure out a way to solve my problem ... I need help...
I have a Sony Vaio TT21WN/B which I've now upgraded to Windows 7. Everything seems to work just fine EXCEPT getting the Globetrotter built-in 3G to work.
I've tried to use the driver from vaio-link's ftp (for a TT21WN/B with Windows 7): http://support.vaio.sony.eu/computing/vaio/downloads/updates/index.aspx?l=da_DK&m=VGN-TT21WN_B&os=10
I've tried to use the driver from OPTION's own website: http://www.option.com/en/support/software-download/embedded-mobile-broadband/gtm382w/
I've installed VAIO's Smart Connect, through which shows light in the WWAN field (I can't seem to turn it off, though).
I've tried to use the newest version of Globetrotter Connect v3.1, but it says that "Device not found".
I can't locate any device problems in the Windows7's Device Manager.
I can't even find the device in the Device Manager.
I've tried to search for a device, but Windows 7 can't find any unregistred/uninstalled devices.
It seems (on internet discussion rooms) that some drivers work with some connection-programs (in Windows 7) while others work with other programs (in Windows 7), though the posts are also quite old and both Vaio-link and Option provides drivers for Windows 7 (which I've tried).
I wondered if it was the fact that I was missing the Sony's Everywair program - but I can't find and download it anywhere on the internet.
I've also tried to put a sim-card in the modem, but that didn't change anything.
I can't seem to uninstall the Global Connect through the Add/Remove Programs in Windows. Nor does the program-folder contain an uninstall-file. And I can't change the driver as well, as I can't find it in the Device Manager.
I have no idea what to try or what to think of. Any suggestion is welcome and I will try it all! I really just want it to work! THANK YOU for your time and effort!!