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Old 05-08-2009, 06:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, i have a blackberry 9000 that is dead. I tried flashing it through loader but always get error message. Also, tried wiping it and flashing again but still getting error message. Can anyone help me?
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Old 05-08-2009, 06:58 AM   #2 (permalink)
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jl_cmder? Have you tried that?
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What error message are you getting on the loader? Also, try and wipe it with lj_cmdr as codudette said.

By error message, we can determine what is wrong. Jl_cmdr will wipe the berry to basically a flash drive with berry drivers. The loader will detect it as a new berry and will reload software on it
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Also, make sure that when installing the OS that you're not plugged into a USB Hub. Not enough power. You need to make sure that your phone's USB cord is plugged directly into your computer.
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I tried wiping it with jl_cmder and flashed it with loader but still error. The piece is basically dead but only the red LED is on...any ideas?
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What is the error? We need more details in order to help you.

What error are you getting each time? at which point does it give the error?
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What is the error? We need more details in order to help you.

What error are you getting each time? at which point does it give the error?
Im at home today, will give you the info tomorrow...
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hi,
make sure that your PC /Laptop power settings that the USB power management is disabled . (Win vista, Win 7 Beta & Win 7 RC1)
also take out media card from Bold sometimes gives problem when using tool to wipe clean.
these were the two problems i lived through last time
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Im using windows xp. ALso, when i flash the piece with loader, it gets stuck at "wait for device initialization" and then gives error "Unable to reconnect to the device during a multi-stage load operation"
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That error is common when using a USB hub. Make sure that you're plugging the USB into a port on the back of the PC. Reboot your PC and try again.
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go to control panel / system / device
do not remember XP
however you should have power management - then disable
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go to control panel / system / device
do not remember XP
however you should have power management - then disable
I cant find it...i went to device manager but cant find power management. Please guide
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WinXP by Default turns off USB Root Hubs to Conserve Power causing some devices not to resume correctly after Windows resumes from sleep, hibernation or computer inactivity

In the Device Manager > Universal Serial Bus Controllers > USB Root Hub > Power Management, Uncheck the box

Uncheck all boxes on all root hubs
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WinXP by Default turns off USB Root Hubs to Conserve Power causing some devices not to resume correctly after Windows resumes from sleep, hibernation or computer inactivity

In the Device Manager > Universal Serial Bus Controllers > USB Root Hub > Power Management, Uncheck the box

Uncheck all boxes on all root hubs
There are 11 USB Root Hub, also i cant find power management, please guide
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ok you need to right click on them ( one at a time) and you should see the power management tab. do this to all
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ok you need to right click on them ( one at a time) and you should see the power management tab. do this to all
I dont see a power management tab but see a power tab, or should i right-click on a USB Root Hub tab and disable it?
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Control panel > Device Manager > Universal Serial Bus Controllers > USB Root Hub

then ... you will see (see file attached)

and Power Management, Uncheck the box per the illustration attached. Uncheck all boxes on all root hubs.
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ok
Control panel > Device Manager > Universal Serial Bus Controllers > USB Root Hub

then ... you will see (see file attached)

and Power Management, Uncheck the box per the illustration attached. Uncheck all boxes on all root hubs.
There is no power management tab in windos xp
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Can you try that using another PC?
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I found power management and unticked all boxes, then flashed phone with loader, still getting same error!! help
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