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Old 03-17-2007, 03:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to charge my 8800 on my Vista laptop but don't want the full blown DM installing. Is there a way to just install the USB Drivers?
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Mine charges just fine without any drivers. I travel and I hate to carry chargers. I have a retractable USB cable and it does just fine.
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I'm getting the obligatory USB charging current is not sufficient message.
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I get that message as well but it DOES Charge. I have been on the road for a week and the only way it gets charged is via a Belkin retractable USB cable.
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i get that msg too, but when i just hit the back button, the msg goes away and the little lightning bolt is next to the battery charging!
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