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USB 760 modem
Spartacus00
Member

I recently upgraded from Windows Vista to Windows 7 and now have an issue with the USB 760 modem.

 

When the computer is plugged in(AC) and I shut down the computer, the green light on the USB device shuts off. When I do not have my computer plugged in and shut it down, the light on the USB 760 does not turn off. I have played around with the power options on my computer and no success.

 

When the computer is running on battery power, I can only get the USB to turn off when I choose the "Power down WWAN device" in Verizon Access Manager. Previously I never had to do that when I had it running on Windows Vista. I am running the most current version of the access manager.

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Re: USB 760 modem
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Unplug the USB760.

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Re: USB 760 modem
Spartacus00
Member

Yes...unplugging it is an option but never had to do that before, the device would shut off when the computer was shut down previously.

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