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Nokia PC suite can't find Nokia 7510 USB cable

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by fredmah, Aug 31, 2010.

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  1. fredmah

    fredmah Thread Starter

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    Dear Gurus, First, I apologize if there is a mobile phone forum elsewhere


    I seem to have got into a chicken and egg situation.

    Using Nokia PC suite for file transfer from PC to Nokia 7520 supernova, my problem is the bluetooth works but the USB cable CA-126, doesn't!

    Nokia PC suite can communicate with my nokia 7510 supernova using bluetooth which is painfully slow.

    Nokia PC suite doesn't seem to find the mobile when I use the CA-126 cable for a USB connection.

    Suspecting something wrong with USB I checked the XP USB hardware and got a list of 4;
    generic USB CF reader USB device
    generic USB MS reader USB device
    generic USB SD reader USB device
    generic USB SM reader USB device

    According to XP the above are all working correctly.

    I did note that when PC suite was installing it mentioned USB2. Using freshdevices, it lists
    as part of the installed drivers
    system32\drivers\usbport.sys description usb 1.1 and 2.0 driver

    I tried to run 'driver whiz'. it sticks when it is listing and comes to generic sm usb reader.

    Which leaves me where I started.

    My only consolation, printer, scanner, mouse, webcam, all with usb connections work perfectly.

    Help if possible to get me cable connected 7520 to PC

    Bye and thanks

    Fred
     
  2. maneshgohil

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    How old is your machine?
     
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