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    Quote Originally Posted by B04W View Post
    Try this and report back.
    Doesn't change anything. In fact, that's what I was doing all along...
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    I read somewhere that if you are on the latest 6.1 version of WMDC that it is buggy. I downrev'ed to 6.0 WMDC (Vista users) and it is much better than before (although not perfect). Something to try....
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    I have been having this same issue. What has been working is - with phone awake - plug in for a couple of seconds, unplug for a couple of seconds, and plug in again. It recognizes it the second time every time - strange...
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    cup & string
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    I'm having this problem as well running WinXP and AS 4.5. It definitely seems to be a hardware issue involving the cable...
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       #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by B04W View Post

    That's a different issue entirely, and I actually have no problem syncing on both my work and home computer. No errors in either case, it's just that the phone doesn't get recognized as a device at all sometimes, you have to unplug and replug to get the computer to see it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dvdmon View Post
    That's a different issue entirely, and I actually have no problem syncing on both my work and home computer. No errors in either case, it's just that the phone doesn't get recognized as a device at all sometimes, you have to unplug and replug to get the computer to see it...
    Yep... Mine will get a power connection right off but I have to wiggle the cable to get an AS connection.
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