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Huawei E 1550 - Computer does not recognize; Device Manager says an unknown device is plugged into a USB Port. My Huawei E 1550 has stopped working. Yesterday, it was working fine and I was downloading some music from youtube, suddenly in the middle of download a message flashed that the file was unreadable and hence the download was incomplete, while I came back to the Mobile Partner User interface, it was all white. I tried to close Mobile Partner, but it did not respond. The Task Manager also reported that the Mobile Partner was not responding. I was unable to do anything on my computer and hence was compelled to force shutdown of the machine. On restart of the computer, the machine could not detect the E 1550 device, even the Device Manager says that an unknown device was plugged to a USB Port. Any Idea? What should I do? Thanks in advance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I kept hold about 30 seconds the blue light button on the USB controller device and it worked!. I guess that's the way to sinchronize both the mouse and the USB controller of the mouse. Ramón.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
I was having this problem as well, but solved it.
I, like others decided to just buy a USB cable for my VX9900 and use Windows Media Player for sync'ing. (I also have the Verizon Essentials program that I downloaded, but I like WMP better. No particular reason).
I was getting the installation messages and as soon as the MTP message came up, I got the "problem" message and it didn't sync.
What I did when I got the cable was to run the CD drivers that came with my cable. That may have been my mistake. I was bothered that the date of my driver was in 2005 since the phone came out late in 2006. So I looked at the name of the driver and it was something like C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\LGUSBDriver.xxx whatever... I went to my device manager and uninstalled the driver. I went to the C:\Program Files\ and deleted the LG USBDrivers folder. I went to the Windows/system32/drivers folder and there were three LG*.* files I deleted them. The next time I plugged the phone in and set it to sync, it worked. It's late and night and I may not have typed this really clearly, so feel free to contact me at bill (at) halfamind.com (because a half a mind is still a terrible thing to waste).
Posted on May 04, 2008
Does you drive make any sounds like these? If yes you have a mechanical problem and you should get a specialist to work on it. If not - try to remove the drive from USB casing and connect it directly to your PC or put into another USB enclosure. This should help if the problem is with the enclosure itself and not with the drive.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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