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Incorrect, computers have no security measures for USB. Plug the USB device in without ActiveSync running and listen for some sort of jingle and look for any information balloons in the bottom right.
If it jingles and says "searching for drivers", your device is fine and Windows is finding it fine. In which case, it's going to be an ActiveSync configuration issue.
If it jingles in a somewhat "uh-oh" tone and says "windows does not recognise this device", you're USB device's USB interface is faulty.
If it does not jingle at all, you may have faulty USB ports.
What would help would be to tell me your Operating System type. Windows...?
Totally remove the entire USB layer from device manager right click & Uninstall, then reboot.at next desktop, Install your software again, reboot NOW plug in your phone when at desktop next, NOT before, it should go bong, bong, wait a bit reboot, when you are at desktop next you should be all good, it should now show up in MY Computer. & your software should now "See" you unit... hopefully
It sounds like you need the drivers. Click here to get the Palm desktop 4.1.4 & hot sync software. That should fix your driver problems. If you have any more problems after this, comment and ill try to help. If i helped you please give me a high rating.
It seems as though the unit can use an operating system (OS) upgrade. If you've owned this unit for a long time and have never upgraded the OS, try upgrading it to see if the problem gets resolved.
Go to your service provider's internet site...AT&T, Verizon, ROGERS, BELL etc and look for the support tab for your device...in this case BlackBerry. Surf to the model and see if they have an upgrade to the OS. You can check what your version is by clicking on the OPTIONS (wrench) icon and clicking on ABOUT. You will see the model of your device and a number following a v, ie v126.96.36.1992. If your version is older, you'll need to upgrade the device via the DESKTOP MANAGER application that came with the unit when you bought it...or pull it down from your service provider.
First download and load the updated version on your pc. Next, run the desktop manager application. Connect your BlackBerry via the USB cable to your pc...the desktop manager application should scan the device and notify you that the OS can be upgraded. Follow the prompts to update the OS.
Caution though. If you are not comfortable performing the upgrade, you should be able to call your service provider's customer assistance line and have them walk you through the procedure over the phone.
first check ur usb port that is it ok? sometimes some usb has problem when it become old. then check ur usb cable is that ok? if everything are ok then format ur pc and install usb 2 software for ur usb system. thanks
The USB driver is (was) available from the nokia website.
You haven't said which OS you are using - I've had a quick look on the site but can't find anything now.
If you check in the Nokia connection software, ensure the USB ports are ticked. I know I had terrible problems getting my 9300 recognised over IRDA to my laptop until I found these options.