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Topic # 4998 16-Sep-2005 20:49
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I failed to connect my phone to PC, seems like XP needs driver for V1050 which I dont have. Can anyone help me? or where I can download the driver
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  Reply # 20215 16-Sep-2005 23:03
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depends what you are trying to do

do you have Windows XP SP2 - has more USB support






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  Reply # 20216 16-Sep-2005 23:06
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yes, I have SP2
I've installed Motorola USB modem driver, but Mobile phone tools (MPT) still cant find my phone

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 20218 16-Sep-2005 23:27
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Over at http://www.gsmmobile.co.nz/Forums/viewtopic/t=19.html I saw this post for a mot usb issues

But the final post is make sure you have Windows XP SP2 as it should have the latest USB drivers

1. Download all the USB driver updates for Windows XP from this page www.usbman.com/USB%202%20News.htm

2. Install them all

3. Uninstall all motorola drivers curently installed

4. Restart computer

4. Plug phone in and it will recognise all the new drivers:

Motorola USB Device: Accessories Interface
Motorola USB Device: Communications Class - Communications Interface
Motorola USB Device: Communications Class - Data Interface
Motorola USB Device: Data Logging DSP Interface
Motorola USB Device: Data Logging MCU Interface
Motorola USB Device: Test Command Interface

These is no need to remove the memory card to make it work with the correct USB drivers installed!

or another great source is howardforums

try this

http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=473506.




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Reply # 20220 17-Sep-2005 00:09
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Reading that link you posted there's a message saying that the driver downloads are only needed for systems other than Windows XP Service Pack 2. In other words, the advice is not valid and should not be used if you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2.






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  Reply # 20223 17-Sep-2005 01:45
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thanks people, but I'm using XP SP2 as well, USB 2.0 works fine on my computer

when I plug V1050 in, my computer tells me "found new hardware Motorola V1050", then he needs me to install the driver, but where should I get the driver from? I dont have the original CD.... I think a V1050 driver is what I need for that

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  Reply # 20227 17-Sep-2005 08:48
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You have answered your own question

"I dont have the original CD.... I think a V1050 driver is what I need for that"

You need the CD with the driver

Question

What came in the box with the phone?

Is it a NZ brought phone or a import

USB cable and where is the cd

If the cable came with the phone in the box it should have had a CD as that is where your driver will be

The phone is to new and is not showing in many forums
You are going to jave to find someone with the CD

or call Motorola NZ Ph: 0800 449 355 (New Zealand)




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