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[Q] HTC ONE M8 + Windows 7 64bit Enterprise usb drivers

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By xwireless, Junior Member on 27th June 2014, 08:55 AM
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Hi There,

HTC ONE M8 Usb is not recognized under windows 7 64-bit enterprise.
tried drivers from HTC sync and tried stand alone drivers.
On a different pc 32bit running windows ultimate it works immidiatly as well as on a VMWARE machine.
any advice please?

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27th June 2014, 10:08 AM |#2  
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anyone?!
27th June 2014, 01:25 PM |#3  
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The latest version of HTC sync drivers should work. However you will have problems with 3rd party drivers on 64bit systems as they are generally not signed and Windows 64 bit will not allow use of these drivers unless you disabled driver signing enforcement


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27th June 2014, 03:20 PM |#4  
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unfortunatly that didnt do any change.

whatever i do windows does not except the driver. I plug in the phone and immidatly it shows with a exclamation mark in the device manager.
tried different ports and different cable, i uninstalled any previous smartphone drivers and software, although it works just fine with another computer running windows 7 (32bit).

any hint on how to troubleshoot?

thank you!!
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27th June 2014, 03:59 PM |#5  
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Solved!
solved by using 3rd party software (wierrrd)
1. install moborobo http://www.moborobo.com/
2. plug the phone with "Usb debugging" ON
3. Accept the "not signed" driver warning
4. It will now automatically install the driver succesfully after which you can uninstall moborobo and the drivers will still work
credit to QUBiCA http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2416223&page=4
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unfortunatly that didnt do any change.

whatever i do windows does not except the driver. I plug in the phone and immidatly it shows with a exclamation mark in the device manager.
tried different ports and different cable, i uninstalled any previous smartphone drivers and software, although it works just fine with another computer running windows 7 (32bit).

any hint on how to troubleshoot?

thank you!!

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28th June 2014, 02:03 PM |#6  
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Worked fine for me when I installed it on my work laptop running the same version of Win 7. I've got admin rights but explicitly ran the downloaded file as administrator and once I had connection confirmed, I deleted the synch manager portion of the installation (hey, great idea - let's make people download and install 130Meg of files just to get Windows device drivers... NOT)
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i actually found another way to work with this...

search google for windows xp mode. it will take you to the microsoft website and it will download a pc virtualizer with xp built in. the software is windows xp 32 bit. i just unlocked my bootloader using this and it works great
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