June 8th, 2012, 02:29 PM
Join Date: Oct 2011
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This happened to me when I first got my phone, and It could be because your computer uses a USB Host controller, I'm not saying that's the problem, but it was mine, so It could be similar.
When you unplug and plug in the phone without safely removing the device, or turning off USB connection, the computer thinks that there's something wrong, and it won't allow it to start.
Go into Device Manager, Universal Serial Bus Controllers and look for a device that says something similar to "Enhanced Host Controller" or "USB Host Controller"
Make sure you unplug the phone from the computer
Then right click it, disable.
Then plug your phone in, if this doesn't work, the just enable the controller back and reinstall drivers.
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