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Hi,

I'm trying to connect my Pulse to my pc with Windows 7.

But badly I can't install it correctly, it's still complaining about not finding all the drivers.

4 times there is a "T-Mobile 3G Phone" is the list of Unknown Devices in the Device Manager.

Is there anyone who made a successful connection of the Pulse to a Windows 7 pc?

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Hi,

I'm trying to connect my Pulse to my pc with Windows 7.

But badly I can't install it correctly, it's still complaining about not finding all the drivers.

4 times there is a "T-Mobile 3G Phone" is the list of Unknown Devices in the Device Manager.

Is there anyone who made a successful connection of the Pulse to a Windows 7 pc?

Install the pc suite now go to hardware manager right click then go to properties > hardware > click the ? item then the properties button

Now in new window click change settings in general tab > click driver tab in new windown > update driver > locate it yourself > browse to pc suite > drivers folder > vista (pick correct one for either normal or 64bit)

Rinse and repeat with them all.

Hope it helps. Took me hours of tinkering and drivers were right under my nose :S

Edited by niko1986
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Install the pc suite now go to hardware manager right click then go to properties > hardware > click the ? item then the properties button

Now in new window click change settings in general tab > click driver tab in new windown > update driver > locate it yourself > browse to pc suite > drivers folder > vista (pick correct one for either normal or 64bit)

Rinse and repeat with them all.

Hope it helps. Took me hours of tinkering and drivers were right under my nose :S

Thx mate  :D you've helped me a lot  :(

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Install the pc suite now go to hardware manager right click then go to properties > hardware > click the ? item then the properties button

Now in new window click change settings in general tab > click driver tab in new windown > update driver > locate it yourself > browse to pc suite > drivers folder > vista (pick correct one for either normal or 64bit)

Rinse and repeat with them all.

Hope it helps. Took me hours of tinkering and drivers were right under my nose :S

Thanks! I was looking so many times at the cdrom disc and on the internet. Didn't expect the drivers in the PC Suite dir :D

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Thanks! I was looking so many times at the cdrom disc and on the internet. Didn't expect the drivers in the PC Suite dir ;)
Exactly what I was doing! Thanks for this, helped me out muchly, I had a sinking feeling that the Pulse didn't have 64-bit drivers!!
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Hi all,

I'm having this problem with Windows 7 too - where the hell is this PC suite install? I've searched the T-Mobile website and cannot locate it anywhere!

Thanks

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Hi all,

I'm having this problem with Windows 7 too - where the hell is this PC suite install? I've searched the T-Mobile website and cannot locate it anywhere!

Thanks

on the (business card sized) CD that came with your phone. and uploaded by Paul somewhere in these threads...

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Hi all,

I'm having this problem with Windows 7 too - where the hell is this PC suite install? I've searched the T-Mobile website and cannot locate it anywhere!

Thanks

You install it from the CD that came with the phone.

I couldn't see any intel 64bit drivers, only ones for AMD64, though they seemed to work.

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You install it from the CD that came with the phone.

I couldn't see any intel 64bit drivers, only ones for AMD64, though they seemed to work.

Oh! Thanks for the info, did not see the mini CD in there!

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I too am having problems with windows 7.I'm running the 64bit version.

Windows doesn't seem to find the drivers.I've got the CD that came with the phone but I can't find any kind of drivers anywhere on the disk.

Kinds sucks as I want to put the custom rom on my phone ;)

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I too am having problems with windows 7.I'm running the 64bit version.

Windows doesn't seem to find the drivers.I've got the CD that came with the phone but I can't find any kind of drivers anywhere on the disk.

Kinds sucks as I want to put the custom rom on my phone ;)

Install PC suite. Look in the folder.

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Damn drivers are hard to find!

What people mean, is: use the CD from the box to install the PC Suite software then, once it's installed go to the installation directory, so for Windows 7 64bit users like me it's:

C:\Program Files (x86)\PC Suite\driver\Vista-AMD64

Use your System Properties/Device Manager to scan for hardware changes (right click) then update each of the 4 T Mobile Pulse drivers. Choose to locate each driver yourself (update driver/browse my computer...). Et voila! Bob's yer uncle and fanny's, yer aunt. :)

Edited by Spook Tooth
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Damn drivers are hard to find!

What people mean, is: use the CD from the box to install the PC Suite software then, once it's installed go to the installation directory, so for Windows 7 64bit users like me it's:

C:\Program Files (x86)\PC Suite\driver\Vista-AMD64

Use your System Properties/Device Manager to scan for hardware changes (right click) then update each of the 4 T Mobile Pulse drivers. Choose to locate each driver yourself (update driver/browse my computer...). Et voila! Bob's yer uncle and fanny's, yer aunt. :)

Any chance someone can zip up the contents of the driver folder and upload it to Modaco so that others (like me) don't have to install the PC Suite just to get the drivers?

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Any chance someone can zip up the contents of the driver folder and upload it to Modaco so that others (like me) don't have to install the PC Suite just to get the drivers?

Yes there is look here

EDIT: Sorry should read properly, that's just the DVD if you loose it. I'll see what I can do for you.

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Different way of getting the drivers without installing (or any other part of the stuff installed during the installation).

Rightclick the setup.exe file and click extract to folder (Using your favorite archivingprogram, eg WinRAR or 7 Zip).

The drivers can then be found here in the folder you just made:

$_OUTDIR\driver

If you dont have an archiving program installed, I already did it for you and uploaded a zipped version of the drivers folder here:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=GAIF6DVH

edit: Clarified link description

Edited by Hermg
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Different way of getting the drivers without installing.

Rightclick the setup.exe file and click extract to folder (Using your favorite archivingprogram, eg WinRAR or 7 Zip).

The drivers can then be found here in the folder you just made:

$_OUTDIR\driver

If you dont have an archiving program installed:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=GAIF6DVH

Cheers chaps, that is very useful - although if someone does have five minutes to zip and upload the directory that would be super.

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The megaupload file is the zipped folder.

Though the way I mentioned it, was a bit vague. :)

Made a quick edit to the post to clarify the link.

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The megaupload file is the zipped folder.

Though I can understand the way I mentioned it, was a bit vague. :)

Cheers Hermg - should have checked the upload, thought you were linking to an archiving program rather than the archive.

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  • 11 months later...

I'm having diferent problems.

After reinstalling OS (Win7 x86) in the device manager there is no T-mobile Pulse as unknown device. Only one Unknown device in USB controllers. None of the drivers seem to work.

Custom ROM was to big, and it took for ages Pulse to boot with ext partition on SD, so i decided to put a T-mobile stock 2,1 on it.

Really thinking of downgrade back to 1,5.

If anybody had a same problem, pls help.

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