You may have to run the program with administratve rights. (I had some trouble after getting a new laptop with Vista, that fixed it). It may also be a faulty port on your gps, or a breakage in the usb cable... Or it may be broken...
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You can send mp3,datas,pics,videos etc without havin net.. Its very easy way....
Just buy a SD card or Memory card and take that card and connect to the computer through USP port and the USB port will be opened and copy what all you want to copy from PC to Memory card and take the memory card again and put back in the mobile and you can get all in mobile.. Easy...
Try a different usb port even another computer to see if its your phone or the computer. if you have no luck you can try the jl commander option to wipe your phone and then try to reconnect it but this will lose any un backed up data. Also look in the usb port and see if any of the prongs look bent pushed out of place or missing. if this is the case the phones only chance to connect is via bluetooth
If desktop manager will not recognize your phone then download JL commander (google search it) and select the wipe option then try again.
transfer via bluetooth may have some limitations as the bandwith is limited from the BT to the mobile, try connecting the mobile to the USB port useing the data cable provided with the mobile, then it as good as trf file to a pen drive.
Okay, a coworker had this problem and it was a fairly easy fix, first, plug the USB reciever into a direct USB port, then pess the connect button on the underside of the mouse, when the red light starts blinking let go and then press it and hold, and at the SAME TIME press and hold the connect button on the receiver until both the receiver light and the mouse light turn on steadily, and voila!
Work through My computer once putting the disk in the USB port. It
should read "removable device". Click back and forth from c: drive to
my computer to make the computer recognize it faster. Then once the computer recognizes teh drive you will be able to send any file through right clicking the mouse and going to "send to" "removable disk". Let me know what
If your UPS has both a Serial and USB port uallly only one may be used - since this is generally ment to go to a server to signal a shut down is required to the operating system. if you have both PC's on the LAN use one as the "server" since the UPS utility will allow you to send commands to shut down other PC's that are sharing your UPS on your LAN.