My Mobile Mapper CE will no longer connect to the desktop computer. The computer does not recognize the device and reports a malfunction. If it does recognize the USB device, it reports a failure during hardware installation. Not sure if a setting was changed or if something is wrong with the unit. If I try to connect from the MM CE it reports that it's been disconnected from the remote computer
I plugged one of our other units (MM CX) to the I/O unit I was using for the MMCE and it connects without a problem.
On your Thales, go to Start> Settings> Control Panel, then find "PC connection". Open that and make sure "Enable direct connections to the desktop computer" is checked. Click "Change Connection" and make sure it says USB then hit OK. Hit OK again close Control Panel. Disconect the GPS from your computer and reconect. It should allow access now.
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
On your desktop, go to control panel and then to network and internet setting's. Now click on network devices and see if your printer show's up. If not, unplug printer for one minute then plug back in and power on, If it is detected in the network devices, then it should work. Being that it is no longer working for either the desktop or ipad, then it is most likely the printer itself and should now be available to both once it is detected in network devices . Once it is detected, left click on the printer icon and then right click on "connect".
On desktop, go to 'start' then to 'control panel' then to 'internet and network' and then to 'network devices'. Left click on network devices will bring up icon's of all wifi device's recognized by computer, Right click on the printer icon then left click on 'connect'. You should now be connected and communicating.
1. Download "ActiveSync" from this link for Windows XP users or "Mobile Device Center" from this link for Windows Vista (or above) users. 2. Once downloaded, open the file to run it. 3. After the Installation is complete, it is best to reboot your computer. 4. After Reboot, connect your HTC Snap via its USB cable and "ActiveSync" or "Mobile Device Center" will recognize your new HTC Snap device. Done.
Hi supriyakhan1 your problem is that you need to down load the windows moblie onto your computer first then you will be able to connect your phone to your computer. Next you need to go to windows market on your phone. The problem sounds like your carrier hasn't set your internet up on your phone. you need to check your account to make sure that your phone is provision for the internet. Ok next you need to setup your phone to see the internet. If you have a windows mobile them you need to going your settings to check for that ok. Hope this helps
at end of this instruction set, see link to review more questions/answers,as your issue with CD/DVD ROM will vary .
This document applies to HP and Compaq desktop computers with Windows XP, Me, and 98.
Use this document to make Windows and the CD writing software recognize the CD or DVD writer drive. Start at Step 1; do not skip to other sections until Step 1 has been completed.Step 1: Does Windows detect the CD or DVD drive?
Use Device Manager to determine if Windows is recognizing the drive:
In Windows XP, click Start , and right-click My Computer .
In Windows 98 and Me, right-click the My Computer icon on the desktop.
In Windows XP, select Properties , click the Hardware tab, and then click the Device Manager button.
In Windows 98 and Me, select Properties , and click the Device Manager tab.
Click the plus sign (+ ) next to DVD/CD-ROM Drives (or similar) category.
Do the following depending on what is listed in the DVD/CD-ROM drives category:
If a drive name is shown but is disabled (icon is marked with a red X, ), the drive has been disabled. Right-click the drive name and select Enable . You may have to restart the computer to complete the enabling process. The drive should work correctly once it has been enabled.
If the drive cannot be enabled, a required service or driver that the drive needs is not functioning or has been disabled. Click the plus sign next to IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers and troubleshoot any problems found according to any error codes in Device Manager. Resetting the BIOS may also resolve this problem.
If the CD or DVD drive is listed as normal but your disc burning software does not recognize the drive, Device Manager shows no special icons . Windows is detecting the drive but the writing software does not. Leave Device Manager open and continue with the next section Disc burning software does not recognize the original drive .
here is a link that will give you several other questions and answers to CD/DVD ROM issues.
All versions of activesync will handle this device providing it is powered by Microsoft Widows Mobile, Microsoft Windows CE, or a similar Microsoft Windows Powered OS. I am unaware of what your specific device utilizes; however I do know that all versions of ActiveSync will provide support to devices listed above.
The CD is most likely a support plug-in or a remote install for desktop to device software.
Please consult Dell's support and Drivers site for any additional information or pieces of software you may require. You should however, providing your desktop/laptop computer is using > Windows XP, be able to utilize limited access abilitys of your device (such as transfer of files) given Windows Mobile device recognition.
Please let us know if you require further information.
hi , on your p3 laptop/desktop go to the device manager and update usb drives (DO NOT CONNECT your phone). Before that uninstall pc suite. Then reinstall again.And follow the on screen guide how to connect the phone.
You need a USB cable meant for your handset to connect to computer. Once you connect your handset to your computer , you can be able to copy pictures from mobile to computer. Go to samsung site to download the latest drivers and softwares for your handset. You will surely get a PCsuite for your handset.