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Topic # 22109 16-May-2008 22:09
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The following from the Nokia website (found after my attempt at firmware update failed) -

Support for Microsoft Vista has temporarily been removed from the Nokia Software Updater. This is due to recent changes in certain Microsoft Vista configurations that cause the Nokia Software Updater to become unstable. Other Microsoft Operating Systems are not affected. Support will be reintroduced as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
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Reply # 131350 16-May-2008 22:13
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This is good funny section to put it in though!

John



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  Reply # 131426 17-May-2008 13:51
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Yes, you may be right John, but what section is better? I'm happy for it to be moved to somewhere more appropriate.

But probably not "Microsoft Windows" as this isn't a Windows problem as such, rather a Nokia compatibility problem and as my phone is on Vodafone I put it here, though applies equally to Telecom mobiles so could also go in CDMA forum.

Wherever it goes the message is the same - don't waste your time trying to update Nokia firmware if you run Vista.

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