Support Unable to connect mmx a57 to PC

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  1. akg7

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    Hello,:)

    I'av tried to connect my mmx a57 to PC, when i connect USB Cable to PC, there is nothing happend except mobile charging...:secruity:

    Plz someone help...:rolleyes:
     

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  2. SiempreTuna

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    Sounds like there may have been an issue installing the drivers.

    Try unplugging, removing whatever are currently being used as the drivers and then re-connecting: with a bit of luck the drivers should auto-install.

    Failing that, you may need to get the drivers from the Micromax site and install them manually.
     
  3. akg7

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    Actually i'av already done connecting, disconnecting, rebooting - both(Mmx a57 & PC), installing / un-installing device driver - both(integrated & downloaded from website), Formatting the Windows & redoing all these things still can't fix this problem...
     
  4. akg7

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    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] *****************************************************
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] Dispatcher: Spanning worker process C:\Program Files\Common Handset USB Driver\SetupImpl32.exe -i
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] Dispatcher: Span worker process success, process id 2988, waiting for process to finish...
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] Setup: Main thread started, thread id 0x00000624
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] DriverDir is : C:\Program Files\Common Handset USB Driver\Win32\
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] CleanDevice: Dealing with device USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9E08\MICROMAX-A56 information in register
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] CleanDevice: Device USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9E08\MICROMAX-A56 information in register was marked as reinstall driver,because it appeared after switch with other driver
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] ExecuteSingleRegeditReq: Register operation fail, req 2,HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{3F966BD9-FA04-4EC5-991C-D326973B5128},ClassDesc,,1 error code 0x00000000
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] ShiftDevice: Shifting device...
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] ShiftDevice: Shift mode is 0
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] ShiftDevice: SCSI device USBSTOR\CdRomUSBModemDisk____________2.31 found,sending SCSI cmd 06,f5,04,02,52,71
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] ShiftDevice: Send SCSI cmd 06,f5,04,02,52,71 finish,result is 0x00000000,begin to install driver
    [2002/01/01 00:11:39] RefreshDeviceSet: Waiting 30 seconds for system to enum device...
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] RefreshDeviceSet: Device is ready for auto match
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] AutoDeviceMatch: Auto matching device...
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] AutoDeviceMatch: User set match mode to 0
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] AutoDeviceMatch: Max match cycle is 30 times, cycle interval is 1 seconds
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] DriverDir is : C:\Program Files\Common Handset USB Driver\Win32\
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] AutoDeviceMatch: No device matched in 0 seconds
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] Setup: Setup process fail,begin rollback...
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] ExecuteSingleRegeditReq: Register operation fail, req 2,HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{3F966BD9-FA04-4EC5-991C-D326973B5128},ClassDesc,,1 error code 0x00000000
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] DriverDir is : C:\Program Files\Common Handset USB Driver\Win32\
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] ExecuteSingleRegeditReq: Register operation fail, req 3,HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,SOFTWARE\LphcmModem\HSPA USB Modem,DeviceID,,1,$Wow6432Node,$USERKEY error code 0x00000000
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] GetDevIDToUnInstall: No device id configuration found in regedit,use device id found in inf
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9F14
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9D08
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9E08
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9D3E
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_18D1&PID_D00D
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9E30
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9E07
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9E18
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9E11
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9F15
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9F10
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9F13
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9D07
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9D17
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9D11
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_05C6&PID_9018
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_05C6&PID_9025
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_05C6&PID_9024
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9E17
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9E&PID_9D16
    [2002/01/01 00:12:12] UnInstall: Device to uninstall USB\VID_1C9
     
  5. akg7

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    Please check it...
     

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