I'm trying to use QuickLink Mobile Phone Book on a Dell Vostro 200 desktop running Windows XP. I can't seem to load the drivers from the install disk. The installation wizard can't find the drivers. Has anybody run into this problem?
I've been using iTunes 9.2 Beta and iOS 4 GM for a while now. When iTunes 9.2 was officially released, Software Update did not pick it up because I was already running the 9.2 Beta. Will the same apply to when iOS4 is released tonight since I'm running the GM version now? If so, will the .ipsw file be available separately so that I can perform a restore like I did to install the GM version?
I cannot find another thread with answers about what I am looking for so am making a new one. Please forgive me if I overlooked something.
Recently I upgraded my computer to Windows 7 from Vista.Now, the computer doesn't recognize my BB, and Desktop Mgr doesnt *find* the BB when plugged in. All worked perfectly before I upgraded the OS on my computer....now, nothing works. I tried reinstalling the software but that did not help.Please advise on what I should do or try.
Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52)
Info: iPhone 4, Windows 7, My PC (HP Povilion, running windows
My itunes identity, and apple store identity, on the comuter lists my new email adress. However, even after syncing, the iphone lists my username as my old email address. How do I get the iphone to use my new email for itunes and apple identity?
How can I read Adobe digital edition type media (books) on my iphone that I did NOT download through Apple or iTunes? They are from another source. All the apps I find want me to download from them, not read or import existing material.
I can pair my torch 9800 with my laptop running Windows 7 but it can not install the driver. Where do I find the driver? It pairs, my torch is showing in device list, Windows searches for driver but not able to find the driver to install.
I have a Samsung Hue 2 tethered as a modem through Alltel (now Verizon). It worked fine with Windows XP, but not with Windows 7. I called Samsung and was told that a Win 7 driver does not exist yet. This phone is still under contract so I cannot switch it for a different brand. Great, the only computer I could buy now is Win 7, 64 bit.
I recently received an email from BlackBerry that there was an update available for my BlackBerry Bold 9900. I opened the desktop software and clicked on the update button. Then I needed to update the latest version of my os. Before doing anything, I backed up my phone to the desktop software successfully. After the updates the software does not recognize my device. I get a message to install driver software and I am prompted to use a disk which I never had, so it searches for a solution, but fails.
I am unable to successfully add my Blackberry 9700 as a bluetooth device paired to my Windows 7 64 bit laptop in order to use the wireless syncing function. When I attempt to pair the device, I receive the error message "device driver was not successfully installed" and "Bluetooth peripheral device- no driver found." The properties display 2 missing drivers. Can someone advise me from where I can obtain these missing drivers. I am using Desktop Manager 126.96.36.199.
I have a old phone (K750i) which I used to use on my XP. Now that I am using Windows 7 Ultimate Edition, I am not able to install the USB driver on my PC, and connect my K750i. Can someone please suggest if I can use/ install the USB driver on windows 7 to connect to my K750i phone.
I tried to connect my Lumia to Windows, but my Vista does not seem to have a driver for Lumia.I downloaded Zune, but also when I connect Zune to my phone, I get the message 'driver not found'.Can I get the driver from somewhere? Or is there another way to copy an mp3 onto the phone?
I am just receiving my Motorola Defy.But I can't transfer files between computer and phone : the MTP driver has a bad installation.I have a message (not exact I translate because I'm in french): "bad service in INF file"I have tried reboot, uninstall and re-install, by the hand or by the Motorola drivers installer (I have dowladed the last version). Nothing.
Trying to install my BB on my new laptop w/Windows 7 Professional. Tells me "device driver software not found," troubleshooting says driver not compatible with this version of Windows. I had no problem with my old Vista. Tried to register for support but since I can't get my phone onto my laptop it would not let me.
I was able to use Ovi suite fine before I recently reinstalled XP on my system. But now when I connect the N8 I get the "Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)" error. Have tried uninstalling and re-adding the hardware, but keep getting the same problem. Have tried installing drivers from the download on the Nokia site, version 188.8.131.52, but it refuses to do so, telling me I have more up to date drivers already installed (although the installed ones seem to be 184.108.40.206, which is older, isn't it..?)
does anyone know where I can download Windows 7 driver for LG SU-430 (code named Lollipop 2)?My sister-in-law is visiting from South Korea and she only brought the USB adapter. I plugged it into both my desktop and laptop running Windows 7 and it correctly identified the device as LG SU-430 but neither has the driver and as a result, she's unable to charge the phone.
I went to 5 different cell phone stores in a local shopping mall today to see if they have an AC adapter that fits this model but no such luck.
Ive found several devices or apps that actually block Texting emailing even calls for phones in motion. But they all seem to work with Droid or every other phone besides Apple!? Does anyone know of a device or app that actually BLOCKs a driver from texting while driving.
I was fed up with the limited amount of sounds on the iphone 3gs so wanted to change it and found that you can buy one from Itunes so I did this and bought one now my problem is installing it on the phone as a ring tone. I downloaded it via the itunes on the phone not the computer.
I guess the only way I can tether my iP4 to my 10v hackintosh without paying o2's 'extra charges' will be by jailbreaking right? Any other way?...If I put my already activated micro-sim into my iP4 at the store, what will I be able to do with it on my train back...or will i need to 'register' via iTunes first before i can mess with it?
If I have to register it via iTunes before i can do anything with it then i guess i can do this on a Mac at the store right (making sure i sign out properly after having finished doing this ofcourse)?I have already downloaded the apps i will be installing via iTunes to my netbook. i'm guessing i simply plug the ip4 into my netbook and install them on the way home...or will i need an internet connection to install already 'downloaded' apps?