Video Tutorial How to install Samsung usb Drivers Windows 7 Flawless

tecnica

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I just created a video tutorial on how to flawlessly install Samsung Moment usb drivers on any windows 7 version 32bit & 64bit since I have seen so many having problems getting them to work I figured I contribute in someway to help others out. Enjoy comments are welcome.

***UPDATED VIDEO SINCE THE ORIGINAL VIDEO WAS DELETED***

The new updated video is up
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Sammael

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Very nice, and thanks! Now if I could just get them to install for the MacBooks the wife and I just picked up life would be perfect... lol
 

wtphoto

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ok so I watched the video and there is one thing I would like to know. when installing on win 7 64 do I still direct it to sasdadb2 or do I direct it to sasdadb in the x64 folder? I am going to be helping my boss install the 2.1 update and just want to make sure that I do this right.
 

audiopro69

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Watched the video and I have a question that I cant figure out.

Trying to install Sam/Moment USB Driver on Win 7 32bit Laptop for my wifes Moment.

When I plug the phone into the laptop, I do not see the normal windows automatic attempt to install driver followed by the failure notification as seen on video at 4min 42sec mark on the video. Therefore I do not get a "Other Devices" option in the Device Manager window on laptop. Do I need to toggle Developer Mode Off/On in the phone settings.

Any help would be appreciated.

AP
 

Jarisha

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Got to the last step installling the last driver, and the "Installing driver software..." dialog is stuck. Trying to close it brings up a scary dialog:
"Driver installation can't be canceled"

Suggestions?
 

rveach

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This worked on getting the drivers installed, but my Samsung Fascinate keeps constantly disconnecting and reconnecting itself every few seconds which makes it impossible to access the SD drive. I have been able to work fast enough to mount the drive and view it, so it is working correctly for the most part.

One difference in your video is I only have 1 driver popup instead of 3.

Does anyone know what is wrong and how to fix it? I'm using Windows 7 64bit.

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Wow talk about weird solution. I tried inserting the USB into one of my other slots and it works perfectly now without disconnecting me. Seems that 1 USB can't handle it for whatever reason.
 
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