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    "missing drivers"

    I can't get the Droid to connect to my pc. I tried on 2 separate units and got the same result. How do I find those missing drivers? I use Win 7.
    I also get mysterious "Droid" sounds for no reason. There are no new emails, texts or voice mails associated with the sounds. When the sound comes, the task bar reads, "droid alert"
    One more, I had 3 voice mails yesterday but the voicemail box said "0".

    Any help is appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flemming Rose View Post
    I can't get the Droid to connect to my pc. I tried on 2 separate units and got the same result. How do I find those missing drivers? I use Win 7.
    I also get mysterious "Droid" sounds for no reason. There are no new emails, texts or voice mails associated with the sounds. When the sound comes, the task bar reads, "droid alert"
    One more, I had 3 voice mails yesterday but the voicemail box said "0".

    Any help is appreciated.
    Why is it I get involved in something I know absolutely nothing about?

    First, how do you know it's missing Drivers? It doesn't seem like you'd be missing anything with Windows 7.

    That Droid sound would make me think that there is a connection. Are you pulling your window down on you X and tapping on the "Mass Storage Device" message? That's what you need to do with the X to mount it to the computer.

    Voicemail issue, that I don't have a single clue.

    At least this will bump your post. Sorry if I wasn't much help but maybe telling you about the Mass Storage Device will help you. You didn't mention anything in your OP.
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    You need to get the motorola drivers on your PC. I had to do the same thing yesterday to hook the phone up via USB cable. Something called "Motorla Consumer Driver Installation MotoConnect". Here's the URL:

    USB and PC Charging Drivers - Motorola USA


    Hope this helps,

    Warner

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