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I found the drivers on the forum here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1041153&page=2 installed it now the device is shown as Qualcomm HS USB QLOADER 9008
 
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Have you made sure there is charge in the battery? Dont mean to sound condescending but sometimes the simplest of things does the trick

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i just found that driver too.

After installing, did adb work?
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i just found that driver too.

After installing, did adb work?
Nope now the red light on the right side of the phone is constantly on.
 
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Well, you need a program that interacts with the device using that driver. Check if theres one out there, but i would doubt it.

Its just like the other threads said....send it to HTC.
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lol i can't its not warranty i bought it from someone :/ and I'm not giving up that easily this things needs a solution Let's hope we find it out somehow
 
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People I am waiting for your replies . Are you guys telling me that there is no solution to it?
 
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People have we found a solution to this yet?
 
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There is a solution called J-Tagging, but it isn't practical for us home users. It is only practical for a repair shop or HTC because it is a lot of work and expensive.

What actually happens is that the motherboard is removed from the device, hooked up to a special device which wipes and rewrites the boot partitions completely in a way that can't be done through the recovery or any similar method.

If you can find somebody that can J-Tag Desire HD's, that is where you should go to get the phone fixed. However it is best to send it to HTC if you still have warranty.

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