Wirelessly posted (Bold 9000 )
Ok seems to be issue with the drivers, try going to add remove programs on your computer, select dm and remove, then select repair, that should reinstall the drivers, once done, reastart the computer and connect the phone run dm and see what happens.
If that doesn't solve the problem we'll try a diff solution
I did the repair...still no go.
I am still not able to connect, but I looked in Device Manager and it does now show a Blackberry Smartphone driver in the USB Controllers. It seems maybe we made a little ground.
Not to jump in out of left field but. Try launching DM, plug in the berry (it won't recognize right?) then do a battery pull while its connected. I have seen this solve thus issue several times in the past.
I just rebooted with it still plugged in. Still no connection to DM. DAMN!
FWIW: I found this gem on another site.
"Just use your task manager to kill these 3 processes: RIMDeviceManager.exe, BbDevMgr.exe, and DesktopMgr.exe
Or just utilize the taskkill command by hitting Win+R(i.e. opening Windows Run dialog) and executing this command: "
I looked at Task Manager and The only process that even shows up is the DesktopMgr.exe. The other two are non existent.
Will app loader recognize it? If so it may be a corrupt DM. Sorry if you've reinstalled DM,I'm mobile and trying to keep up.
Have you uninstalled DM and reinstalled it? If you can see the phone as drives and other periphals work I doubt it the drivers. IMHO.
I can see the phone drivers. I haven't actually reinstalled DM, but I did run the installer and did a repair per someone's suggestion here. Would a full uninstall/install be worth trying?
what you need to do is a clean uninstall of dm, i will suggest that let me find the link to step by step...
Here is the clean uninstall guide from BlackBerry.
BTW I installed the DM version without Media Manager. I doubt that matters, but I thought I'd let you know just in case.
Hopefully its just a corrupt install of DM.Quote:
Originally Posted by caminator