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Findout from MDA site what is the 'reset to factory default settings' is. Remove the memory card and reset. It will do away with the new SW that you installed. You will loose all settings that you made and the SW that you installed. But your phone will be as good as brand new. In case of Nokia the code is *#7370#. Yours may be different.
in windows, right click on the CD player with you cd in it. click explore and look for USB Drivers. Install the drivers and try hooking your phone up again. Try using a fast USB 2.0 port on the computer.
dear u need to reinstall ur OS on ur MDA it will automatically install ur blue tooth device drive..there is no possiblity that in MDA blue tooth wont present...so go to start>> setting >> clear Storage...and then wait for ur OS to install automatically...but remove ur storage card and also backup of ur data (device data) or copy it to storage card...it will work..
Go to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER>ControlPanel>Phone Here is an D-Word registry called: CallIDMatch, the value on my phone was standing on "12". When you edit the value and set it to 8. All of the problems dissappear.
It recognizes every type of storage of contact.
and that is your prob solved ;o)
Go to this link and click "user manual" and there are a selection depending which software version you are running;
Hope this helps :)