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Old 07-10-2008, 08:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Desktop manager won't detect usb Black on 1 session

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Hello guys, i have spent to much time on that problem!

I have a Win XP pro with blackberry desktop 4.2.2

When i connect my Blackberry i get asked to put my PIN and it is detecting the device but after 5 seconds it is showing disconnected and it is never reconnecting. I have tried reinstalling but nothing... even if i do it manual device look up it is saying "device not found" on USB

The thing is when i create a new session and connect the Black it is NOT doing that... and is always showing as connected

The problem seems to be with that session.

I have tried to delete the intellisync folder in application data with no result.

I don't want to trash my session and re-create another.

Anny help would be greatly appreciated
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