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My razr motorola v3 will not connect to my computer.i have downloaded the 64 bit drivers but windows still does not recognise my phone.ty

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    ollie bates Dec 30, 2006

    i have all the software & the usb cable & my pc is 100% 64bit.

  • divyansh Nov 29, 2007

    my pc not detecting my cell.what will i do?

  • Brown Shuga Dec 06, 2007

    Is there a way to do this if you don't have the cd/software? This phone sucks.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2008

    my moto is read on my PC as an unrecognized device that cannot be used, what should I do, have tried to update the drivers I have but then the PC is saying the machine cannot find any update better than the one I have installed

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I got data pilot from btjunkie and it worked for me there is one for mac and one for pc and it has a wide variety of the Motorola models

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I doubt your pc would be 64 bit, only 32bit, but you should have a cd and usb lead with the phone.

Posted on Dec 30, 2006

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