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I intstalled Ubuntu 12.04 to my HP mini 110. Everything working OK except my 3g modem. I read that others had driver issues but I think I have some other problem.

So after Ubuntu start it's asking my PIN code but after i type my PIN it's says Network disconnected when i try to connect again (clicking to Mobile network ON) it's says again Network disconnected. I think it's not trying to connect. My PIN is okay (i have an external USB modem for testing, when i insert this SIM card to this modem it's working!)

The type of the internal 3g modem is Hp lc2010 mobile broadband.

Please help.

Thanks!

EDIT: Finally i got the solution. Don't know that it's a HP mini 110 only or not but when the hardware Wifi button (F12) is turned off it's turning off the 3g too! After i turned on the wifi and entered my pin it's found the network and the connect is success!

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BTW it's asking for PIN but i can't see this hardware when i type lshw –  user1399448 Dec 17 '12 at 11:40
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I recently solved similar problem on my Ubuntu by following this guide: http://en.newinstance.it/2010/01/08/3g-usb-stick-on-ubuntu/

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Yes i read that and many other topics about this but looks like i have a different problem. i tried this: sudo modprobe usbserial vendor=0x19d2 product=0x0031 but after that the problem is the some. Looks like it's throwing the "network disconnected" box before it's really trying to connect –  user1399448 Dec 17 '12 at 12:51
    
i tried sakis3g too. It says my hardware but can't see any network. The automatic search of networks is failed and in the "manual select" part i can't see any networks! (as i sad it's working with an external modem so no real problem with network) –  user1399448 Dec 17 '12 at 12:54
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