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  1. #1
    BJH
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    Hi

    My home PC's PCSuite 6.6 has suddenly decided to lose the DKU-2 USB
    connection to my Nokia 9500.

    It's been working fine until this morning when I plugged my phone into
    the cradle and a message popped up to tell me that Windows was
    installing a new device (I don't know why it was OK before) and then
    crashed halfway through the installation blaming the USB connection or
    some such.

    Well I've spent an hour or two messing about to no avail. All my other
    USB devices work fine in the same socket so I'm assuming that the PC
    hardware is OK.

    I'm at a bit of a loss. My only thoughts are:

    a. Its the phone

    b. Its the DKU-2 cable.

    Any other suggestions?

    Oh BTW I can connect OK via BlueTooth.

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    Best regards
    Barry



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  2. #2
    Steve Jobs
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    Re: PCSuite has lost USB

    BJH <[email protected]> wrote in news:fu9atgrshdnw$.1ig93fmg6z4uk
    [email protected]:
    > My home PC's PCSuite 6.6 has suddenly decided to lose the DKU-2 USB
    > connection to my Nokia 9500.


    Try uninstal, reboot, re-install, and reboot again. Microsoft Windows is
    such a crock.



  3. #3
    BJH
    Guest

    Re: PCSuite has lost USB

    On Mon, 07 Nov 2005 00:52:48 +0000, Steve Jobs wrote:

    >> My home PC's PCSuite 6.6 has suddenly decided to lose the DKU-2 USB
    >> connection to my Nokia 9500.


    > Try uninstal, reboot, re-install, and reboot again. Microsoft Windows is
    > such a crock.


    Thanks Steve, but I've already been there. Even used the Nokia 'Clean Up'
    program to remove all the last bits of PCSuite existence, no go.

    I'm beginning to think that this is more likely to be a cable failure as
    everything's been fine for the last 10 months!

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    Regards
    Barry



  4. #4
    Simon VK3XEM
    Guest

    Re: PCSuite has lost USB

    BJH wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > My home PC's PCSuite 6.6 has suddenly decided to lose the DKU-2 USB
    > connection to my Nokia 9500.
    >
    > It's been working fine until this morning when I plugged my phone into
    > the cradle and a message popped up to tell me that Windows was
    > installing a new device (I don't know why it was OK before) and then
    > crashed halfway through the installation blaming the USB connection or
    > some such.
    >
    > Well I've spent an hour or two messing about to no avail. All my other
    > USB devices work fine in the same socket so I'm assuming that the PC
    > hardware is OK.
    >
    > I'm at a bit of a loss. My only thoughts are:
    >
    > a. Its the phone
    >
    > b. Its the DKU-2 cable.
    >
    > Any other suggestions?
    >
    > Oh BTW I can connect OK via BlueTooth.


    I am currently having problems with my Bluetooth Dongle. It not only
    fails but slows down my (USB) mouse as well. I've tried plugging it
    into another USB port and re-install the drivers but it hasn't resolved
    the issue. If I can't sus it out I will probably re-format and start
    again, it's been a while since that was done.



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  5. #5
    harini26
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    Re: PCSuite has lost USB


    i too suffered from the same problem.just try to download the software
    again from nokia website.it works.


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  6. #6
    Oxygen Software
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    Re: PCSuite has lost USB

    Hello!

    We can also suggest to have a look at Oxygen Phone Manager II for Symbian OS
    phones ( http://www.opm-2.com/symbian/ ). Our program supports direct DKU-2
    (i.e., no cradle), bluetooth and infrared connection for Nokia 9500. Our
    software allows to manage phonebook, calendar, to-do list and messages
    section, manage your phone's gallery both for internal memory and a
    flash-card, read your phone's battery and signal level; MNC, MCC and IMEI
    number, should your phones firmware version and hardware revision code.
    Using our program you can also send SMS messages via phone, connected to
    your PC, synchronize your contacts with Microsoft Outlook, Windows Address
    Book, Microsoft Excel ( import and export for .CSV format, export
    functionality for .CSV, .XLS, .SLK, .DIFF formats), synchronize your
    Calendar and To-Do list with Microsoft Outlook.

    You can download the most recent free trial version here:
    http://oxygensoftware.com/en/downloa...p?ProductID=59

    If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us (
    http://www.opm-2.com/forum/ ).
    Best regards, Maxim Vyalkov
    Oxygen Software http://www.oxygensoftware.com/en/ - tools for your mobile
    phone.
    Oxygen Phone Manager II http://www.opm-2.com/ - all you want from your
    mobile phone.

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    > i too suffered from the same problem.just try to download the software
    > again from nokia website.it works.
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