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Driver for Hudl

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Still having trouble with hudl usb connection on windows 7.  In windows sometimes the hudl is recognised, sometimes not.  That is, I can access the sd card for a while then can't read or write to it.  Device manager shows yellow mark so when I install either the google usb driver or the rktools one windows says it can't find a compatible driver.  I'm pointing to an .inf file which i assume is correct.

 

Any ideas?  :wacko:

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Still having trouble with hudl usb connection on windows 7.  In windows sometimes the hudl is recognised, sometimes not.  That is, I can access the sd card for a while then can't read or write to it.  Device manager shows yellow mark so when I install either the google usb driver or the rktools one windows says it can't find a compatible driver.  I'm pointing to an .inf file which i assume is correct.

 

Any ideas?  :wacko:

You could try this driver auto installer for windows 7 if you are still having problems https://www.copy.com...verAssitant.zip

Its from this website http://www.rockchip.nl/downloads/

 

Also someone reported a problem with their USB connection coming loose. Does yours seem solid?

http://www.modaco.com/topic/368309-charging-issues-followed-by-micro-usb-socket-detachment/

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You could try this driver auto installer for windows 7 if you are still having problems https://www.copy.com...verAssitant.zip

Its from this website http://www.rockchip.nl/downloads/

 

Also someone reported a problem with their USB connection coming loose. Does yours seem solid?

http://www.modaco.com/topic/368309-charging-issues-followed-by-micro-usb-socket-detachment/

 

Thanks so much for that link, that did the trick.

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