Updated guide to installing win7 on your shift.

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Caid444

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This is just an updated version of deadnex's original guide, with a few things thrown in from various people who have found what works and what doesn't.

This guide has been used and tested as effective with the windows 7 rc 7100 build.

Step 1 - Go here http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/download.aspx and download Windows 7. You can get a key from the same place, so don't worry about not having a key.

In the event that the servers aren't offering the download {due to server issues} you can download a current version through a torrent site. I recommend mininova as it's the most legitimate of the bunch.

To get a key for windows 7 (32bit) (if you downloaded it through a torrent site), go to this address https://www.microsoft.com/betaexperience/productkeys/win7-32/enus/default.aspx
(64bit)
https://www.microsoft.com/betaexperience/productkeys/win7-64/enus/default.aspx

To clarify this part, you're setting up a usb flash drive or usb card reader and sd card to work as an installation drive for windows 7. I've followed these steps exactly, and found them to be completely accurate. They work, so do each step, and make sure to keep track of your steps so as not to miss one.
Thanks to deadnex for all of this information.
USB-install:

User feedback suggests that doing this next part should be done on a computer running windows vista. In winXP, your usb drive might not show up during the process.

edit (before step 1, create a folder on your main computer called windows7. Don't do this on your shift, and it's recommended to use c:\windows7\ to make the process easier. If you use another location to extract the files to, make sure to remember which directory it is, and adjust the steps of this tutorial to your own location.)


1 - Open the windows7 Iso file with winrar, and extract all the files into C:\WINDOWS7\ (or the folder you created as mentioned above)

2 - Open command prompt in administrator mode (start - all programs - accessories - (right click) Command Prompt and select run as administrator.

3 - Then type these commands without the - and press enter after each :

- CD\
- DISKPART
- LIST DISK
- SELECT DISK X ( X is the memory stick disk number you got from LIST DISK)
- CLEAN (CAUTION; THIS WILL ERASE ALL THE CONTENTS OF THE SELECTED DISK)
- CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
- SELECT PARTITION 1
- ACTIVE
- FORMAT FS=FAT32 QUICK
- ASSIGN
- EXIT
- XCOPY C:\WINDOWS7\*.* /S /E /F U:\ (U:\ is the name of usb drive you are using for your install, if your drive has another letter, which is most likely, of course put in your own) (after *.* and after each letter preceded by / there's a space!)

OPTIONAL- Include an extra folder on your windows7 usb drive called drivers, and put all the drivers in there that you'll need to get windows 7 running smooth. Drivers are listed just a little further down on the page, so before completing the next step, go there and get the drivers.


WARNING- THIS WILL ERASE YOUR VISTA AND REPLACE IT WITH WINDOWS 7. THIS IS IT!!! Don't worry, win7 rc 7100 is far better anyway. Just to be safe though, backup your personal data before continuing to the next step.

[edit] With a little use and time, I've come to find that windows 7 has a great amount of compatibility issues with certain games. Although I've only had the chance to try a few, there seems to be a trend with win7 being unable to run a lot of older, but still 3d, games. Warcraft 3, and Dungeon Keeper 2, to be more specific. If you're not a gamer, it shouldn't matter, and Windows 7 is still the best choice for you. If you do like to play games, you might want to reconsider changing to windows 7. [edit]

Restart your computer, at startup push FN+F10, and choose your usb drive.
This will take you to the installer, select your language, timezone, and keyboard layout. Next.


In summary, you're going to select Custon (advanced) in the windows 7 installation process, and some card readers (sd to usb) don't work.

This will not affect your HTC SHIFT Vista recovery partition but it will remove Vista itself from your shift. Your settings from Vista will not be carried over to Windows 7.
_________________________________________________________________


DRIVER DOWNLOADS AND INSTALLATION.

Well, once you're through all that, you should be looking at your new windows 7 shift. Now's the fun part! Driver installation!

Go to this link, and download all of the drivers. (10 in total)
http://www.htc.com/www/SupportDownload.aspx?p_id=60&cat=1&dl_id=82
Putting these files on the same flash drive as your windows 7 install makes matters much easier for this time and next time should you need to try again. I also recommend copying and pasting the installation order from the htc site in a notepad or wordpad file and putting that in the same folder as your drivers. That way, when it's time to install your drivers, you can open that file, and use it as a reference to ensure you have the order correct. Chances are that your shift won't connect to the net, right after the win7 installation.


IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT
INSTALL EACH DRIVER IN THE ORDER THAT HTC HAS LISTED ON THEIR DRIVER DOWNLOADS PAGE. DO THIS OR FACE TOTAL DEATHKILL!!! actually, you'll just have driver issues, but that SUCKS!

After many people have responded, I wish to remind everyone. Install all the drivers. INSTALL ALL THE DRIVERS. Install all the drivers. Yes, I said that three times. Although your shift seems to work, when only installing a few, the fact is, drivers like the synaptics touchpad driver also control other parts of your shift, like the two face bottons above the touch pad. If you install one driver, and skip one in between, you mess up the order of installation that is so important, and then force yourself to need an entire wipe and reinstallation of win 7. So, one more time, INSTALL ALL THE DRIVERS FROM HTC.

One more important thing to know about the drivers is, DON'T LET WINDOWS RESET AFTER INSTALLING EACH DRIVER, select RESTART LATER AFTER INSTALLING EACH DRIVER. I REPEAT, INSTALL ALL DRIVERS (IN ORDER) BEFORE RESTARTING WINDOWS.
IMPORTANT When you've finished installing your drivers but still need to restart to take effect, go to your display settings (right click the desktop) and select a non aero theme. save settings after that. Windows 7 Basic is a non aero theme and it looks good. If you leave Aero enabled, your shift will blue screen of death crash when it boots into high res mode.

Windows 7 can not run Aero in high res on the shift. (for now, at least)
When you install the drivers – beware that you have to install them with Vista Compatibility mode enabled and run as Administrator. Right-click the driver setup file – click the Compatibility tab – select Windows Vista and mark “run this file as Administrator”

To save yourself a headache, copy and paste the following list into a wordpad file and place it in the same directory as your driver downloads. Putting this list in the same directory on your win7 flash card means that you can open it on your shift after installing win7 and use it as a reference when installing your drivers. Keep it all together.
EACH DRIVER IS 100% IMPORTANT AND NEEDED, DO NOT SKIP DRIVERS, EVEN IF THAT DEVICE SEEMS TO BE WORKING ALREADY. SKIPPING THE TOUCHPAD DRIVER MEANS THAT THE RESOLUTION AND COMM CENTER BUTTONS DON'T WORK. SKIPPING THE SOUND DRIVER MEANS THAT CERTAIN APPS WILL CAUSE THE SYSTEM TO BLUE SCREEN. SKIPPING THE VIDEO DRIVERS MEANS THAT CERTAIN APPS WILL CAUSE THE SYSTEM TO BLUE SCREEN.

DON'T SKIP DRIVERS.
Here's the order.
a. VISTA_INTEL Chipset Driver v8[1].3.0.1014
b. Intel VGA driver(7[1].14.10.1461)
c. VistaECDrvV1[1].0.1.10
d. TouchScreen(1[1].1.0.2)
e. Synaptics MicroPad(10[1].0.11.1)
f. Realtek Audio Driver R197(6[1].0.1.5653)
g. Vitakey _AC5023_Fingerprint AP v5[1].0.2.0 and Driver v7.10.1.0 *
h. Extension Kit USBLanDriver(3[1].8.3.7)
i. Shagctrl_1[1].2.6.122-control center
j. Marvell WiFi driver(8[1].114.123.139)


This next part was contributed by Thaihugo. Thank you a ton for this contribution Thaihugo .

To connect the Windows Mobile (your Shift's other OS) side to the PC side of your Shift, run USB Tools in the windows mobile side. If nothing happens, go to your settings (still in mobile)- Connections, then click on "USB to PC". Uncheck the "Enable advanced network functionality and wait at least 5 minutes to see if it connects (you must enable the port in USB tools first). Another note, some roms, for the wm side of shift, don't include the internet sharing app. If you can't find it, you've got a crap rom, and you should follow a guide which will allow you to put a real rom on it.


Make sure you are connected to the internet on win7 side (using wifi for example) to download WMDC (Windows Mobile Device Center).

If WMDC doesn't load, plug another pocket pc into the shift's usb port while running windows7 and it will download , or if you don't have another pocket pc lying around, download it manually from Microsoft.

Also, after this setup, the Snapvue side might turn off and not turn on again. In this case, reset under vista side using the HTC tools, and go to the power settings (long click or right click on the battery icon in the bottom right of your desktop). Disable all the "turn device off after x min" settings and make sure to click ok to make the changes effective.


Again, a big huge thanks to deadnex for originally posting the steps to this process. And thanks to everyone else who contributed to a better running shift via windows 7.

Caid.

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Everythnig works fine for me untill.. I boot from usb go to "install now". And then ...
"A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing.If you have a driver floppy disk,CD,DVD or USB flash drive please insert it now.
Note: If the windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step"

I go to browse and then " No device drivers were found.Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OK".
I'm completly lost help..
 
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thaihugo

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Caid444, you can upgrade your guide with the following info:

To connect the Windows Mobile side to the PC, use the USB tools. If nothing happens, go to settings, Connections then click on "USB to PC". Uncheck the "Enable advanced network functionality and wait at least 5 minutes to see if it connects (you must enable the port in USB tools).

Make sure you are connected to internet on vista side (using wifi for example) to download WMDC.

If WMDC doesn't load, plug in another pocket pc using the USB port, or download it manually.

Also, after this setup, the Snapvue side might turn off and never turn on. In this case, reset under vista side using the HTC tools, and go to the power settings (long click on the battery icon). Disable all the "turn device off after x min".
 

androgyn

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Thanks for your description. It looks good. Only onr thing let me bluescreen
my Shift. Whenever I install Synaptics MicroPad(10[1].0.11.1) my Device ended with a bluescreen. I tried a newer Version from the website, but no way, same result. Does anybody understand why? Does someone found out same?

Greets

Androgyn
 

Caid444

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Caid444, you can upgrade your guide with the following info:

To connect the Windows Mobile side to the PC, use the USB tools. If nothing happens, go to settings, Connections then click on "USB to PC". Uncheck the "Enable advanced network functionality and wait at least 5 minutes to see if it connects (you must enable the port in USB tools).

Make sure you are connected to internet on vista side (using wifi for example) to download WMDC.

If WMDC doesn't load, plug in another pocket pc using the USB port, or download it manually.

Also, after this setup, the Snapvue side might turn off and never turn on. In this case, reset under vista side using the HTC tools, and go to the power settings (long click on the battery icon). Disable all the "turn device off after x min".

I've added this part, thanks again Thaihugo.

Caid

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Greenarcher707

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You are probably under Windows XP. Try a vista computer or another computer for this operation.

You're right. it's all good though, i used MBRWIZ to take care of that minor setback. I can boot Windows 7 thru a USB drive now. I'm still on the fence about it, i have Vista Ultimate on my Shift right now. From your experience will Win 7 be drastically better?
 

thaihugo

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You're right. it's all good though, i used MBRWIZ to take care of that minor setback. I can boot Windows 7 thru a USB drive now. I'm still on the fence about it, i have Vista Ultimate on my Shift right now. From your experience will Win 7 be drastically better?

It's like driving a race car compared to vista.
 

apoparis

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Everythnig works fine for me untill.. I boot from usb go to "install now". And then ...
"A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing.If you have a driver floppy disk,CD,DVD or USB flash drive please insert it now.
Note: If the windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step"

I go to browse and then " No device drivers were found.Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OK".
I'm completly lost help..

Please, is there anybody who can help me resolve my problem? I tried lots of times by nothing works..I'm reading all these positive comments about win7 and I can't wait to have them on my shift.. I can see the usb, I browse there to the folder I have the drivers but can't install them.
Thank you in advance
 
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Caid444

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This is for those who've encountered problems.

Start the whole process over again. I didn't make the guide clear enough when I first posted this thread. It's clearer now. The symantec drivers are probably fine, you're probably crashing because windows aero is still enabled, and it is crashing your shift whenever it tries to switch to high res mode. Disable aero.

As for apop, you need to install via the second option, not the first. I got the same error when I selected the first install option when I booted into the windows 7 installer. This method will completely remove vista as the main os and put it in another folder. As a precaution, I recommend backing up personal documents that are stored in any windows sub directory. *word documents and the likes.

Anything outside of your windows directory, or on the main hard drive itself should remain after the install, but I only did this process once with extra stuff on the drive (it stayed).

Back it up, and do a fresh install.

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Thanks for your anser Caid. I just don't have an external DVD.. Is it impossible to go through 1st way? I have read that some people managed to do it this way..
 

Caid444

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You mean via a usb flash drive? That's how I did it. Follow the steps for the usb flash drive method, but when you boot it on your shift and you have the option to do a custom or express install, do the custom install.

Caid
 

apoparis

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You mean via a usb flash drive? That's how I did it. Follow the steps for the usb flash drive method, but when you boot it on your shift and you have the option to do a custom or express install, do the custom install.

Caid

Yes, I'm using a usb card reader and sd card. I don't have two options (custom/express). Just one "install now"..
P.S. Thanks for your interest in my case.
 

Caid444

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ok

After you select "install now" there'll be a license agreement. After that there'll be a choice between two install options. You need to choose the second one.

Caid.
 

Caid444

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Can someone explain to me how to set up a cellular internet connection through windows 7? I've got the sim card inside, the phone recognizes it, but I don't know how to get it working through win7, I used control center to enable modem, but still no luck. This is really annoying.

Caid.

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scocios

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SnapView Turn's and WM7 too ... the screen goes off

Hi, I completed the W7 installation successfully. I even got to conect SnapView with W7 this time. I say this time because with the previous Wm7 guide I wasn't able to do it.

Anyway, now my screen is blank for WM and W7. In fact I have to press the on switch to get the W7 screen back. Once I have W7 working I need to reset Snapview throught the Shift Control Centre to get it going. Finally Snapview / WM comes on. However it lasts on for a few minutes and then the screen is off again. W7 will last for a few minutes more and the same will happen. I then need to press the sliding switch again. The W7 screen will turn on back to normal (the OS doesn't actually turn off but just the screen); however, WM doesn't turn on (in this case it's the screen and WM itself). I then need to repeat the resetting process again.

I did do this:
"
Also, after this setup, the Snapvue side might turn off and not turn on again. In this case, reset under vista side using the HTC tools, and go to the power settings (long click or right click on the battery icon in the bottom right of your desktop). Disable all the "turn device off after x min" settings and make sure to click ok to make the changes effective"

I did it at W7. Am I missing something? Any hints from the experts? Needless to say, everything was working fine with Vista.

Thanks
 
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    This is just an updated version of deadnex's original guide, with a few things thrown in from various people who have found what works and what doesn't.

    This guide has been used and tested as effective with the windows 7 rc 7100 build.

    Step 1 - Go here http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/download.aspx and download Windows 7. You can get a key from the same place, so don't worry about not having a key.

    In the event that the servers aren't offering the download {due to server issues} you can download a current version through a torrent site. I recommend mininova as it's the most legitimate of the bunch.

    To get a key for windows 7 (32bit) (if you downloaded it through a torrent site), go to this address https://www.microsoft.com/betaexperience/productkeys/win7-32/enus/default.aspx
    (64bit)
    https://www.microsoft.com/betaexperience/productkeys/win7-64/enus/default.aspx

    To clarify this part, you're setting up a usb flash drive or usb card reader and sd card to work as an installation drive for windows 7. I've followed these steps exactly, and found them to be completely accurate. They work, so do each step, and make sure to keep track of your steps so as not to miss one.
    Thanks to deadnex for all of this information.
    USB-install:

    User feedback suggests that doing this next part should be done on a computer running windows vista. In winXP, your usb drive might not show up during the process.

    edit (before step 1, create a folder on your main computer called windows7. Don't do this on your shift, and it's recommended to use c:\windows7\ to make the process easier. If you use another location to extract the files to, make sure to remember which directory it is, and adjust the steps of this tutorial to your own location.)


    1 - Open the windows7 Iso file with winrar, and extract all the files into C:\WINDOWS7\ (or the folder you created as mentioned above)

    2 - Open command prompt in administrator mode (start - all programs - accessories - (right click) Command Prompt and select run as administrator.

    3 - Then type these commands without the - and press enter after each :

    - CD\
    - DISKPART
    - LIST DISK
    - SELECT DISK X ( X is the memory stick disk number you got from LIST DISK)
    - CLEAN (CAUTION; THIS WILL ERASE ALL THE CONTENTS OF THE SELECTED DISK)
    - CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
    - SELECT PARTITION 1
    - ACTIVE
    - FORMAT FS=FAT32 QUICK
    - ASSIGN
    - EXIT
    - XCOPY C:\WINDOWS7\*.* /S /E /F U:\ (U:\ is the name of usb drive you are using for your install, if your drive has another letter, which is most likely, of course put in your own) (after *.* and after each letter preceded by / there's a space!)

    OPTIONAL- Include an extra folder on your windows7 usb drive called drivers, and put all the drivers in there that you'll need to get windows 7 running smooth. Drivers are listed just a little further down on the page, so before completing the next step, go there and get the drivers.


    WARNING- THIS WILL ERASE YOUR VISTA AND REPLACE IT WITH WINDOWS 7. THIS IS IT!!! Don't worry, win7 rc 7100 is far better anyway. Just to be safe though, backup your personal data before continuing to the next step.

    [edit] With a little use and time, I've come to find that windows 7 has a great amount of compatibility issues with certain games. Although I've only had the chance to try a few, there seems to be a trend with win7 being unable to run a lot of older, but still 3d, games. Warcraft 3, and Dungeon Keeper 2, to be more specific. If you're not a gamer, it shouldn't matter, and Windows 7 is still the best choice for you. If you do like to play games, you might want to reconsider changing to windows 7. [edit]

    Restart your computer, at startup push FN+F10, and choose your usb drive.
    This will take you to the installer, select your language, timezone, and keyboard layout. Next.


    In summary, you're going to select Custon (advanced) in the windows 7 installation process, and some card readers (sd to usb) don't work.

    This will not affect your HTC SHIFT Vista recovery partition but it will remove Vista itself from your shift. Your settings from Vista will not be carried over to Windows 7.
    _________________________________________________________________


    DRIVER DOWNLOADS AND INSTALLATION.

    Well, once you're through all that, you should be looking at your new windows 7 shift. Now's the fun part! Driver installation!

    Go to this link, and download all of the drivers. (10 in total)
    http://www.htc.com/www/SupportDownload.aspx?p_id=60&cat=1&dl_id=82
    Putting these files on the same flash drive as your windows 7 install makes matters much easier for this time and next time should you need to try again. I also recommend copying and pasting the installation order from the htc site in a notepad or wordpad file and putting that in the same folder as your drivers. That way, when it's time to install your drivers, you can open that file, and use it as a reference to ensure you have the order correct. Chances are that your shift won't connect to the net, right after the win7 installation.


    IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT
    INSTALL EACH DRIVER IN THE ORDER THAT HTC HAS LISTED ON THEIR DRIVER DOWNLOADS PAGE. DO THIS OR FACE TOTAL DEATHKILL!!! actually, you'll just have driver issues, but that SUCKS!

    After many people have responded, I wish to remind everyone. Install all the drivers. INSTALL ALL THE DRIVERS. Install all the drivers. Yes, I said that three times. Although your shift seems to work, when only installing a few, the fact is, drivers like the synaptics touchpad driver also control other parts of your shift, like the two face bottons above the touch pad. If you install one driver, and skip one in between, you mess up the order of installation that is so important, and then force yourself to need an entire wipe and reinstallation of win 7. So, one more time, INSTALL ALL THE DRIVERS FROM HTC.

    One more important thing to know about the drivers is, DON'T LET WINDOWS RESET AFTER INSTALLING EACH DRIVER, select RESTART LATER AFTER INSTALLING EACH DRIVER. I REPEAT, INSTALL ALL DRIVERS (IN ORDER) BEFORE RESTARTING WINDOWS.
    IMPORTANT When you've finished installing your drivers but still need to restart to take effect, go to your display settings (right click the desktop) and select a non aero theme. save settings after that. Windows 7 Basic is a non aero theme and it looks good. If you leave Aero enabled, your shift will blue screen of death crash when it boots into high res mode.

    Windows 7 can not run Aero in high res on the shift. (for now, at least)
    When you install the drivers – beware that you have to install them with Vista Compatibility mode enabled and run as Administrator. Right-click the driver setup file – click the Compatibility tab – select Windows Vista and mark “run this file as Administrator”

    To save yourself a headache, copy and paste the following list into a wordpad file and place it in the same directory as your driver downloads. Putting this list in the same directory on your win7 flash card means that you can open it on your shift after installing win7 and use it as a reference when installing your drivers. Keep it all together.
    EACH DRIVER IS 100% IMPORTANT AND NEEDED, DO NOT SKIP DRIVERS, EVEN IF THAT DEVICE SEEMS TO BE WORKING ALREADY. SKIPPING THE TOUCHPAD DRIVER MEANS THAT THE RESOLUTION AND COMM CENTER BUTTONS DON'T WORK. SKIPPING THE SOUND DRIVER MEANS THAT CERTAIN APPS WILL CAUSE THE SYSTEM TO BLUE SCREEN. SKIPPING THE VIDEO DRIVERS MEANS THAT CERTAIN APPS WILL CAUSE THE SYSTEM TO BLUE SCREEN.

    DON'T SKIP DRIVERS.
    Here's the order.
    a. VISTA_INTEL Chipset Driver v8[1].3.0.1014
    b. Intel VGA driver(7[1].14.10.1461)
    c. VistaECDrvV1[1].0.1.10
    d. TouchScreen(1[1].1.0.2)
    e. Synaptics MicroPad(10[1].0.11.1)
    f. Realtek Audio Driver R197(6[1].0.1.5653)
    g. Vitakey _AC5023_Fingerprint AP v5[1].0.2.0 and Driver v7.10.1.0 *
    h. Extension Kit USBLanDriver(3[1].8.3.7)
    i. Shagctrl_1[1].2.6.122-control center
    j. Marvell WiFi driver(8[1].114.123.139)


    This next part was contributed by Thaihugo. Thank you a ton for this contribution Thaihugo .

    To connect the Windows Mobile (your Shift's other OS) side to the PC side of your Shift, run USB Tools in the windows mobile side. If nothing happens, go to your settings (still in mobile)- Connections, then click on "USB to PC". Uncheck the "Enable advanced network functionality and wait at least 5 minutes to see if it connects (you must enable the port in USB tools first). Another note, some roms, for the wm side of shift, don't include the internet sharing app. If you can't find it, you've got a crap rom, and you should follow a guide which will allow you to put a real rom on it.


    Make sure you are connected to the internet on win7 side (using wifi for example) to download WMDC (Windows Mobile Device Center).

    If WMDC doesn't load, plug another pocket pc into the shift's usb port while running windows7 and it will download , or if you don't have another pocket pc lying around, download it manually from Microsoft.

    Also, after this setup, the Snapvue side might turn off and not turn on again. In this case, reset under vista side using the HTC tools, and go to the power settings (long click or right click on the battery icon in the bottom right of your desktop). Disable all the "turn device off after x min" settings and make sure to click ok to make the changes effective.


    Again, a big huge thanks to deadnex for originally posting the steps to this process. And thanks to everyone else who contributed to a better running shift via windows 7.

    Caid.

    444
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