cristibostan

drivers for windows 8.1

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Has anyone managed to connect his S500 to a computer running Windows 8.1?  :(

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Step 1. Don't use Windows 8.1

Step 2. Don't use Windows 8.1

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yeah, thanks. That was tremendously helpful...

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yes, I did manage to make at least adb work under Windows 8...

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yes, I did manage to make at least adb work under Windows 8...

if you still have problems, you can look over the topics in cm s500 section, where we already discussed and solved this problem.
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if you still have problems, you can look over the topics in cm s500 section, where we already discussed and solved this problem.

Sorry, can you please be more specific? I tried searching, but I didn't find anything. I'll be grateful!

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Sorry, can you please be more specific? I tried searching, but I didn't find anything. I'll be grateful!

contact me over my Skype id. You will find it on my profile
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Or , try install the acer drivers from acer site.

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[Problem Solved] !

 

Still I didn't find the time to write an acurate tutorial on how to install drivers for Acer under windows 8 or 8.1 , but those who are in serious need can contact me on Skype , using the I.D on my profile , and I will tell them exactly what to do.

 

I hope I will find the time to do the ' writing ' so you can upgrade to windows 8 ...

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