Does anyone know where I can get updated drivers to sync my P910i phone in Vista? I was using XP Pro until I got a new laptop recently and it came with Vista.
Any help will be appreciated.
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i think the only problem you encounter is about the sound driver. Because the other driver is plug and play for the other devices. Open the link below and download the realtek audio driver. Good luck.... http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/
i had the same problem. go to sonyericsson.com and search under the global site search for the phone. there you will find all types of updated software that is vista will work with. you will have to force the USB driver to work so the dock will recognize on the port. other than that a little bit of work and wham-o you'll be able to sync. any ?'s email me at [email protected]. just be sure you are on high speed internet or you'll be waiting a while for the download.
This is only a makeshift solution. I use a philips gogear sa52xx and found out, that deleting the drivers, then reconnecting the Player and pressing F5 in the explorer allows me to normally access the philips gogear sa52xx for about 30 seconds. After that, out of nowhere the drivers will sever and the Code 10 error appears. So, another disconnect - deinstall of the driver - reconnect - F5 in the explorer until the Player appears and then sync. The proplem is, that this works best (maybe only) with mp3 files... So convert your music files into mp3 first, than do above steps for drag 'n' drop. Usually, you need to do the whole procedure 2 times for a CD, sometimes 3.