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PC card modem. Doing so may adversely affect the stability of your connection to the lenovo s 668 t AT&T wireless network. If the Device Wizard was inadvertently executed,
T 668 Bksee this article to re-establish the communication between the PC card modem and Windows. b t fault Verify the correct Connection Profile is being used in Communication Manager. New and existing AT&T wireless services customers: The standard Connection Profile is "EDGE/GPRS t bone who is at fault Accelerated" unless the user has subscribed for other options for an additional monthly service charge. Former AT&T Wireless customers: The standard Connection Profile is "Cingular Proxy [Default]" unless the user has subscribed for other options for an additional monthly service charge. If the correct Connection Profile is not being
T Bone Accident Faultused, select accordingly and attempt to reconnect. If no Connection Profile profile, create a new Connection Profile. If unable to connect access Device Manager. Uninstall drivers from Device Manager. Identify which drivers are installed for this modem. Right-click on the appropriate driver. Select Uninstall. Repeat as necessary until all devices are removed. Remove or disconnect the device from the laptop. Restart PC. Restart Communication Manager. If using a PC card insert the card into the computer. For tethered handsets run Device Installation Wizard in Communication Manager. Attempt to reconnect. If still unable to connect and receiving Error: "668 connection was terminated" contact AT&T Customer Service for wireless customers for further troubleshooting. If you are viewing information on devices or services, please note: content reflects instructions for devices and services purchased from AT&T. Some differences may exist for devices not purchased from AT&T.
out of the box, the AT&T USBConnect Mercury manufactured by Sierra Wireless left a little to be desired. So did the technical support AT&T was willing to provide me. "Don't worry about me, AT&T Wireless. I'll figure this out on i got t boned who is at fault my own. Thanks, though!" BACKGROUNDAll in all, it's a neat little package and I really t bone collision fault have to commend the Sierra Wireless guys for a great piece of engineering and design. Leave it to the %#*&! carrier to rebrand it and ruin it with their provisioning. The device is a little USB dongle that is part *supposedly* read-only flash memory and part cellular data connection. All powered off the USB port, as it should be, with http://www.att.com/support_static_files/KB/KB53623.html the driver and application software (AT&T Communication Manager) installer on the read-only flash memory. Pretty nifty idea, as usually worry about taking a data card with me and not having driver software to use it. This solves that problem. Now if they'd just put the OS X software on there too. When will we learn? So, I'd installed one of these on a Mac a few months ago and, surprise surprise, this Windows install proved to https://quantumtom.com/2009/01/30/att-usbconnect-mercury-from-sierra-wireless-error-668-the-connection-was-terminated/ be a lot trickier. No, seriously, I was surprised. I remember it wasn't that long ago that one had to hack the OS X kernel to get a Verizon Wireless card to work on a Mac. I'd be speaking from person experience if the binding EULA didn't prohibit taking such actions.ūüėČ Now, after the install, I rebooted and ran the cute little "AT&T Communication Manager." I got four out of five bars and decided to try clicking on the inviting little button that said "Connect" only to be greeted with a nasty little Windows dialog box informing that "Error 668: The connection was terminated." I googled all over for a good solution, and, although I got a lot of good pointers that fleshed out almost the exact nature of the problem, I still had no solution. I don't usually spend too much time with tech support, unless I'm desperate. I gave them 60 minutes on the phone at which point I decided I'd be better off continuing to work on the problem myself. A lot of the posts I'd read pointed me back to Sierra Wireless to get their version of the software. I'm usually a big fan of using OEM software over third party ports, so I gave it a shot. Sure enough the installer threw about fifty new drivers in, along with