So it's not often I have to plug my phone into my computer at home since I don't do a lot of data transfer between my PC and my Droid.
I always plug my phone in at work just to keep it charged since I play a lot of games on it, and have never had any problems.
So yesterday I come home and decided I want to add some new songs to my phone. Well, the only time I remember adding songs to my SD card must have been before I rooted and installed the custom ROM on the phone (DroidMod 1.0). I didn't have any problems before with mounting the phone. Windows detected it as mass storage (which is fine by me), I mounted it and moved the files.
Well last night when I wanted to add some new songs I noticed something different. When I plug the phone in, you can hear that Windows recognizes something being plugged in, but it no longer recognizes it as a mass storage device. Instead, it sees it as a Motorola A855. The only way I can actually mount the phone is if I turn on USB Debbuging on the phone.
As I stated earlier, I don't have this problem at work, but then again that machine is running Windows XP Professional (32bit) instead of Windows 7 Ultimate (64bit).
Anyone have any suggestions as to what could be going on here?