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Delete device. reinstall. There may be a setting in the device manager that lets you use only one input method. So if the original keyboard will over ride? All this guess work would be eliminated if you give the os pc specs. If it's an external keyboard on a desktop then you may need to disconnect it? A laptop lets you use more than one input keyboard or wifi mini etc.
this is all i could find out about this problem. Problem:
When a Nokia phone is connected to a computer through a USB connection, 'please wait' message is shown in the phone screen followed by 'no response from host' message. Further, the computer might show a notification around the taskbar area that the USB device is not recognized. Solution:
First check if the required drivers for the Nokia phone are correctly installed on your computer.
If required, update current version of your Nokia PC suite to the latest version.
If the above steps do not work then follow these steps:
Switch off your phone.
Remove the back cover of your phone.
Remove your phone's battery.
If your phone has a memory card, also remove it.
Wait for few seconds. If you see any dust sticking around the battery or memory card, wipe it clean. Be careful while cleaning the memory card. Hard contacts may result data loss.
Place the battery and memory card back in their places.
Put back the cover.
Switch on your phone.
Try connecting your phone to a computer again. (Your phone should connect successfully this time)...
I don't think your computer has bluetooth, in which case you'll need to use the usb cable. I don't what type of phone you have but your phone should have come with a software. This software should have a feature allowing you to connect your pc to the internet via your phone. Simply change the software internet settings to match the web settings on your phone.... if necessary. There is, however, a more complicated method, if the software doesn't work, then i'll try to explain that method.
Hi Did you have any luck connecting to the PC? Tried mine but couldn't connect through the USB [no phone found!] Could've tried bluetooth but then again,it doesn't apply here. Thought this device could never connect to a PC! If you can connect,just open the folder with the pictures and drag them onto the desktop.
yes,nothing to worry about , try to install samsung driver and your device you will work properly , u can download the from samsung drivers from samsung website or u can find em on the internet just type samsung drivers that is it
Are you still having this problem? If so, uninstall Norton 360 and restart the system. After restarting then setup Norton 360 do not add any additional apps into your computer until it fully is installed and it tells you to restart the system.
If that doesn't solve the problem then get AVG Internet Security 2011 and it will help you to secure your system from hackers and viruses.
Let me know if the problem persists. Then the other thing is total format of the system and all data has to be backed up in Safe Mode. Do not do any thing other then backing up and formatting the system to a fully brand new partition and install Windows back on and do not connect to the internet till you get Norton or AVG installed once there installed then connect to the internet and see if that solved the problem.
After that install on the applications and then restart and login into your system and your all set.
I would suggest to connect your Acer through wire (cable), install any good DriverInstaller and run it. Or, if you're computer literate, look for driver by using DEV_ID info from device properties. The other solution will be to buy an USB WiFi dongle.
I've personally gone through this circle...ugh.
First - Reboot your computer, and your cellphone. Turn them both completely off, and back on.
If that doesn't solve it,
Second - UNinstall everything to do with your phone. Drivers/Software/Etc. Once that's done, Reboot your computer. Now reinstall the drivers/software/etc, and when that's finished, plug your phone in, let windows find and install what it needs to.
If THAT doesn't work,
Sometimes windows installs your phone as a modem, and then as a usb disk. It may be possible that you machine recognizes the modem first and runs a process to coincide with that. FInd that process and kill it, and you should be good to go!