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4th September 2007, 12:45 AM   |  #1  
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here i m writing the steps necessory to run upgrade utility on vista. You need to do this only once.

1. install some zipping utility like WINRAR.
2. Right click on the setup file of activesync 4.5.
3. Extract activesync 4.5 on any location.
4. Run Windows Mobile Device Center and click on Connection Settings.
5. Uncheck the Allow USB Connections and click OK.
6. Run task manager and go to services tab and check the services 'Windows
Mobile-based connectivity' and Windows Mobile 2003-based connectivity'
are started. If not, click the services button at bottom and go to next pop
up page.
7. Click the service name and press the 'play' button on the top bar.
8. Start Device Manager.Expand the 'Mobile devices' section and click
the 'HTC USB Sync.
9. Right Click and Update Driver Software.
10. Click 'Browse my computer for driver software on pop up screen.
11. Click Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
12. Click Have Disk.
13. Click 'Browse', and browse to the location where you extracted the
activesync 4.5 in 3rd step.
14. Double click wceusbsh.inf.
15. Select HTC USB Sync from the list and click Next.
16. Finish the installation process.
17. Run Task Manager Then find the WMDC.EXE and click End Process.
18. Now run the update utility and done ur update.
19. when you want to start syncing normally again run Windows Mobile
Device Center enable the allow USB connection as you disabled in step 5.
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It's not correct! ...if i Uncheck the Allow USB Connections the device is not present in the list ...

The drivers not recognized by Vista....
Have you a solution?
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Originally Posted by NikitaSor

It's not correct! ...if i Uncheck the Allow USB Connections the device is not present in the list ...

The drivers not recognized by Vista....
Have you a solution?

put ur phone in bootloader and cradel it u will see vista will detect it.
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There are simple instructions here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ighlight=vista
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Have you ever heard about the wiki?
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Vista must die today!!!!
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If only new users spend some time reading wiki, everything is there... When I had to upgrade using windows vista, it worked the first time... I just read and follow the step by step instruction from wiki...
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Dangit, I can get these upgrades to work when I'm at work on an XP machine, but I can't for the life of me get it to work on my home Vista 64bit machines. And yes, I HAVE read the wiki, and this post, and that post and many other posts that all give the same directions.

Disabling driver signature enforcement on the 64bit driver doesn't do any good either. It gives an error trying to install the driver.

You just gotta love computers. A ton of people can get something to work, and then a person that programs for a living will come along and can't get it to work. Makes you feel like a total goober. *sigh*

Maybe I have an old XP machine gathering dust in storage somewhere. *grumble*

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