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PC does not see t30

Hi everebody!

My t30 does not connect to any pc(windows,linux), no more files transfer, the firmware is broken :-((
hardware is ok, all functions mic/rec/menu/settings work
probably i need to do low-level flashing, then i need a dos or xp driver for t30
where to get it?

any ideas /any fellow-sufferers???

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  • kizziykan Nov 28, 2007

    same thing here....i dont know what to do

  • shakes81 Dec 05, 2007

    i have exactly the same problem here

  • NASIQUE Jan 02, 2008

    Hi folks!
    i tried aleady several os windows, linux - usless
    i need driver, wich probably owns only manufactor something like
    low level formating solution for DOS,
    does anybody know is there any DOS driverĀ forĀ this device?

    can enyone tell, whether t60 is better as t30
    or still the same, i mean quality of sound
    links with test results etc.would be appreciated.



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SAME PROBLEM...going to return it tomorow..the problem is that it works only with US and EU win seem that i dont have windows for that market.. check your OS.......

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