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    psalink
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    http://www.sanyo.com/consumer/commun...er_install.htm

    try this...I know I have that file somewhere


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    http://futuredial.com/support/download/USB_Drivers.htm

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    this is the site for usb sanyo drivers through futuredial

    Hope one of these gets you what you need. I am not a computer person, just very persistent.



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    Well all is well. I just had to run the windows hardware manager and tell the computer to look in the folder where I downloaded the .inf files. thanks a mill
    J.L.



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    Re: Sanyo PM-8200 USB Software

    I have downloaded the bitpim and the drivers, but I cannot get either my laptop or my desktop to recognize my 8200.
    When I plug the cable in, the phone prompts for either PictBridge, or Modem/Standby. Selecting Pictbridge will cause the "new USB hardware chime" to sound, and then windows picture viewer will show up, but will see no pictures.
    If I select Modem/Standby, the chime will sound simutaneously as if the hardware is being connected and disconnected at the same time.
    I did once get both computers to begin to detect new hardware, but both times it said the drivers were incorrect, even when the location of them was specified specifically. Im out of ideas here, what do I do? BTW, I am using WinXP Pro, if that matters.



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    Re: Sanyo PM-8200 USB Software

    All I can think is that Pictbridge is a default program to open whatever the file type is that is prompting it. Did you download the file on setup to read first? I recently had to reinstall all of this on my computer due to a hard drive replacement and had NO problems. I am unfamiliar with any differences in our OS, I use Win XP.
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    Re: Sanyo PM-8200 USB Software

    Did you try running the windows hardware manager as in Caldwell's post just above yours?



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    Re: Sanyo PM-8200 USB Software

    I ususally have Bitpim running when I plug the phone in....I'm pulling at straws here trying to figure out how we can get your working.
    Downloads USB Drivers of FutureDial Products did you get this driver?



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