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Topic # 11611 2-Feb-2007 08:47
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Anyone using a Treo 700wx with Windows Vista came across problems when plugging the device and having the Windows Mobile Device Center installing wrong drivers and failing?

My Treo 750v was working fine, as my i-mate Jasjar. As soon as I plugged the Treo 700wx WMDC spilled the beans and stopped working with the Treo devices.

Anyone else?

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  Reply # 59575 2-Feb-2007 11:22
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I had an issue like that with my Apache. It installed but wouldn't complete the install properly and just wouldn't work in WMDC.

So I unistalld the WMDC and then plugged in the Apache, it installs as an unknown device, then reinstalled WMDC. and it works fine.

I don't know what's goin on. The beta3 build worked perfectly. I would be going back to that if OneCare didn't block it.

If you want the install file for that I still have it here, that way you can see if the problem is the Treo or WMDC.

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