2nd droid that cant mount properly..

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  1. jerz_droid
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    idk what it is... windows 2007????? i mount my droid, on a fresh restart(my computer) and it works GREAT!!!(unfortunately my update.zip failed, so i deleted and then try another) i try it a secondd time(sync new update.zip) and nothing shows(no start up box to pick the right option).... un mount try a third and it shows i click the folder and it disappears................. im sick...of tacking..my sd card..... OUT!:icon_ banana:

    am i missing a driver....
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    what version of windows are you using exactly?

    when you plug in your Droid for the first time it should automatically search for drivers.
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    I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate and haven't had a problem with syncing. Just wanted to throw that out there to try and help narrow the scope of possible causes.
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    nope it varies how it wants to act when i plug it in... windows 7
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    when you plug in your Droid go to device manager.

    uninstall the drivers and reinstall them.
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    Leave your Droid in a drawer with another Droid over night, it will figure out its mounting problem on... Oh.

    Wait... No... Wrong mount.

    Re-install the drivers. Be patient (do the old 10 count before you go pulling plugs and cursing). Be consistent in the order in which you do things.
    Last edited: Apr 13, 2010