After OSX self-update, it prompts for driver upgrade of Huawei USB 3G dongle

After my kid's Macbook Pro retina self update (currently showing as ver 10.10.3), the Huawei
3G USB dongle can't work anymore & the OSX will prompt with some sort of message to
upgrade the driver?

The huawei mobile broadband USB dongle modem is model E173 (CE0682  O2)

As I'm no OSX user, kindly guide me step by step/click by click to fix this
sunhuxAsked:
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Doesn't OSX auto-update the driver after updating its OS?

Which specific driver in the link is the one I'll need?  I'm no
Apple product users, so need some simple step by step
instructions
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Or is it just the dialler needs
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Ok, I select E173 & Dongles and the closest result that returns is:

"The tool and guide of HiLink AutoRun(for Mac10.10)"

Presume 10.10 is version of my kid's OSX 10.10.3 but it downloads
as a zip file : thought OSX uses something other than zip but anyway
I opened the zip & found a PDF & a _MacOSX file in it: atached the pdf
HuaweiUsbDongle-Hilink-AutoRun-tool-inst
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strungCommented:
So what is the problem? Just follow the directions in the pdf.
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
The problem self recovered: looks like OS X self updates with the correct driver
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