- CrackBerry Genius
01-07-09, 05:03 AM #26They wont let me put what I want in here so "Support our troops and the h3ll with the press"
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- CrackBerry Newbie
04-11-09, 05:24 PM #28
- 2 Posts
I have a Verizon Curve (8330) and tried MULTIPLE times to a) install DM 4.7 but keep getting stuck at the Roxio Media Manager "gathering info" stage and b) to upgrade to os 4.5 and keeping getting stuck at the
"connecting to boot ROM" fatal error. I'm running Win XP service pack 2 as a virtual machine on my Mac and am trying this is desperation after multiple problems with PocketMac. I love my BB but the software problems associated with it are beginning to wear me down. It also makes me WAY nervous that I can't back up any of my data in light of these software failures. Any suggestions?
- 01-21-10, 01:40 AM #29
'connecting to boot ROM' error solved 100%
i tried tu upgrad an 8310 and an 8300 from 4.2 to 4.5 os.no succes.tried on a friends PC and worked just fine.so..the problem was my pc.i recently replaced it with a new one for gaming.so i tried to upgrad the 8300 on it.same error.so the problem was not the pc,was something connected to it.finaly i figured out that the WEB camera was causing the error.i unpluged it,uninstalled drivers and run BB upgrade again.and worked!in conclusion.disconnect all usb devices,uninstall drivers and it will work.sorry for bad english.hope this will help!
- CrackBerry Newbie
03-08-10, 04:02 PM #30
- 4 Posts
So in short - all of us mac users need to use DM with VMWare and not parallels until RIM issues us a fully functional Mac DM. I'd imagine you can also use boot camp and DM would work fine in it, just not parallels?
- 05-20-10, 04:49 PM #31Themes specially made for your 8900, 9000, 9630, 9700
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- CrackBerry Abuser
11-21-10, 11:12 PM #32
- 204 Posts
- ches are ouchy
I can't comment on any of the issues with Macs and virtual machines, but I was having this same problem with a Tour 9630 and DM6 on Windows 7 64bit when trying to update to 220.127.116.115. My device was plugged in via a USB hub. Moved it to a port on the front of the PC... Problem solved.Want to stop global warming? Shut your mouth and plant a tree!