The first trick of rebooting and turn on did not work. The problem is not localized because I tried this on three different computers so far. All unrecognized.
Now, the real trick may lie in your link: http://www.hat.net/geeky/node/221
Following the steps....
I proceeded to "Remove Hidden Devices" via DOS, then proceeded to device manager, now I ONLY uninstalled the "Unknown devices" under the USB branch. as shown in the photo below. I thought the instructions only meant those.,
Am I required to delete all those greyed our ones included the "Generic USB Device"? Is tis safe? This was not 100% clear in the instructions of that page
An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points
An expert that got 10 achievements.
An expert that got 5 achievements.
An expert whose answer got voted for 100 times.
Re: Thanks mastersaint, follow-up....
If you have tried this on all 3 computers then i would definitely suggest you return the unit. The USB unrecognized works only for a computer that it was working before but the unit must be working on another computer. The solution at my link is for Ghost devices that cause the specific problem. If you tried the device on another computer and you have never plugged the device on that computer then the unit is either defective or nearing that. While it is still under warranty I suggest return it as it will certainly give you problems in the future.
a 6ya Expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to an Expert (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Check your manual for a reboot or override procedure. If there is none,then try unplugging for about three minutes the replug. If no luck,next try unplugging, leave overnight. Then plug in see if that works. Sometimes static electricity can build up, this will help to dissipate it. Of course, it could be a bad control panel. If so you may be able to get a replacement from the company or a local electronic store. Good luck.
Hello there are two tricks that can format your E63.First type *#7370# when your phone is in stand-by mode (normal) and enter security code.Secondly,Format by press and hold three keys i.e. *(star),Green(call),3(three button)until your phone reboot in normal mode and power on the phone.Thanks for visiting fixya
you have to restore your mobile, please follow the steps.
1. Switch off your phone... 2. Remove SIM card & memory chip... 3. Now press & hold keys - 3,*,call green) ... 4. Then without leaving these three buttons press power button... 5. Formatting task will be started... 6. Remember its a very rare trick....
If you have forgot your Nokia N95 8GB's security code then i will recommend you to do following:
Enter 00000 or 12345 as pass code first.
If above codes wont work then you will have to RESET your phone.Resetting your phone will end up in loss of all DATA that you have on your cell.Every thing will be restored to factory configurations no Security code will be their.
Soft reset code *#7370# Hard reset code *#7780#
If the hard format code mentioned aboive does not work, try the following manual method to hard reset/format Nokia N95:
+ Turn off the mobile device. + Press and Hold the following three buttons: the green Call Answer button, the “*” button, and the number “3′ button. +
While holding these buttons, turn on the phone and keep holding the
keys untill the mobile phone restarts and prompts you to enter details.
Hi, Some tricks to try; 1.)Try pushing and holding the power and home buttons for 25 seconds. 2.)Try connecting to iTunes and do a full restore? a.If you are experiencing the same, try this: b.Hold buttons sleep + home until iPhone turns off; c.Open iTunes; d.Hold home button and plug the phone to your computer. The phone will turn on and the iTunes + Arrow + cable screen will appear. e.ITunes will recover you phone from unsuccessful recovery process.
Please let us know if that was helpful enough.
Good Luck & Thanks,
12345 is a
standard code and 00000, but if you change it and you have forgotten
your unlock code, you'll just have to reformat it
key combination which is used to hard reset the phone (similar to
#*7370). It is useful in some cases, for example when the phone cannot
The trick is Switch off the phone.
Hold down the following three buttons: Green (call answer) button, * button, and ‘3′ button
While holding these buttons, press the power button and switch on the phone
When the message ‘Formatting’ appears on the screen, release all of the buttons... reformatting
your phone will delete all your data and also will restore all the
defaults of your phone, and any corrupted application will be
reinstalled, but if the formating doesn't work, you'll just have to re
flash it, the safe way is to go to a near repair shop of your phone and
have then to re flash your phone,
Tried posting a couple of times before, but guess they didn't show up, so will try again. Just for grins and giggles, try the following and see if it doesn't do the trick. 1-remove and reseat the hard drive and try again. 2-remove and reseat the memory module(s) and try again. 3-remove the battery & power cord and let set for awhile. At least for 1/2 hour and maybe as long as over night.
Try these as a first step and let me know how you come out. Thanks, Ron
Based on the things that you have said the first suggestion that i could give is to try another computer install the program and see if it will sync with the Treo. That will help you isolate the probelm.
The issue is now resolved. I found the solution by trawling through the 2wire troubleshooting website articles...
Here's how I fixed mine:
1) open the Management and Diagnostic Console by entering 192.168.1.254/mdc in the address line in your web browser.
2) click on 'Configure' under the heading 'Local Network' on the left column.
3) change the 'set DHCP lease time' to 999hours (instead of 24hours) - this stops the router from resetting itself every day.
4) click on 'wireless' under 'Local Network' in the left column again.
5) change the 'power setting' to 10 - ie maximum - this boosts the wireless signal, which means it's less likely to be dropped.
& that did the trick. Been working continuously now for the last month and a half! :))