05-04-2017 07:32 AM
how to use sim card in hp Elitebook 6930p
My os is - window 7 (32 bit)
Please give Full instrustion................
05-04-2017 07:59 AM
In addition to a sim card, your notebook must also have the optional mobile broadband (WWAN) card.
90% of 6930p's do not have this option, as it was a very expensive option to add.
If your notebook has the mobile broadband card, it will be listed in the Device Manager under the Network Adapters device manager category.
There will be 3 networking devices...Intel wired, Intel wireless and mobile broadband.
05-07-2017 06:25 AM
Your notebook does not have a WWAN card (only wireless and ethernet showing), so you can't use the sim.
You need these drivers for the other devices...
Base system device:
This package contains the Ricoh Media Card Reader Driver for the supported notebook/laptop models and operating systems. The Ricoh Media Card Reader driver provides support for the following media: Memory Stick, xD-Picture Card, MMC, SD, and SmartCard.
This package contains the software required to support the HP Integrated Module with Bluetooth Wireless Technology in the supported notebook/laptop models and operating systems. The HP Integrated Module with Bluetooth Wireless Technology provides wireless connectivity to other devices from the integrated module of the supported notebooks/laptops. It also provides additional Bluetooth Profiles.
This package contains the driver for the AuthenTec Fingerprint Sensor in the supported notebook models and operating systems. NOTE: To use a fingerprint to logon to a Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Windows Vista, or Microsoft Windows 7 notebook, the HP ProtectTools Security Manager Suite version 4.00 is required.
This package contains the software that enables the HP Quick Launch Buttons, which are special function keys on HP Notebooks. This software works with supported notebook models that are running a supported operating system.
This package provides HP 3D DriveGuard for the supported notebook models and operating systems. HP 3D DriveGuard receives notifications from the integrated accelerometer and protects the hard drive (HDD) by automatically "parking the heads" to reduce the risk of damage if the notebook is accidentally dropped or is abruptly impacted by another object.