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WMDC 6.1 Windows Vista 64-Bit

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Anyone else having this problem? Ever since I went 64-bit, I can't do anything. Upgraded to the new WMDC 6.1, didn't work. Reinstalled it after uninstalling every mobile driver I had.

I cannot even find a way to install the 64bit MIT Drivers because nothing is showing up in the Device Manager that I can right click and update driver too.

I don't even think I can connect to flash.

Help!

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Anyone else having this problem? Ever since I went 64-bit, I can't do anything. Upgraded to the new WMDC 6.1, didn't work. Reinstalled it after uninstalling every mobile driver I had.

I cannot even find a way to install the 64bit MIT Drivers because nothing is showing up in the Device Manager that I can right click and update driver too.

I don't even think I can connect to flash.

Help!

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I'm running Win7 64bit and I don't remember needing to install special drivers.

'Enable advanced network functionality' cannot be enabled and it seems like i had to reboot the phone a couple of times while connected to PC.(i think the rebooting installs the MIT drivers)

Of course all this was done after the latest WMDC was installed.

Hope this helps!

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It was WDMC (the latest from Windows Update) messing up the Active Sync. I had another issue with not being able to install the MIT Drivers, but I forgot about turning the phone off :) ;) :(

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I'm running Win7 64bit and I don't remember needing to install special drivers.

'Enable advanced network functionality' cannot be enabled and it seems like i had to reboot the phone a couple of times while connected to PC.(i think the rebooting installs the MIT drivers)

Of course all this was done after the latest WMDC was installed.

Hope this helps!

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