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This device cannot start. (Code 10)

Dell XPS
OS Vista Home Premium 32
Device Man
Portable Devices
This device cannot start. (Code 10)
Phone is Nokia E61i on USB or Bluetooth
I am using latest drivers: (Nokia 11/5/2007)
Phone works to computer, e.g. I can transfer files.
I have removed the phone from Dev Man and disconnected/reconnected the USB cable.
Only problem caused seems to be using the phone as a modem to connect to Internet.

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Re: This device cannot start. (Code 10)


Did you install the PC Suite properly?...meaning the phone and the cable was not connected to the computer prior to installation. Also, which version of PC Suite do you have?

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This code is a hardware device error this could mean that your device driver hasn't been installed properly on your computer or your computer is not seeing the necessary drivers for your phone.
so this is how you resolve it ok: open device manager and
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