March 13, 2014
about a year ago
Had the same problem, I found it to be that my system needed “manual” install of the driver (you have to pick the correct device from the menu) for !!!BOTH!!! normal and bootloader mode, the bootlader mode is more tricky since you only have 8 seconds to do each step, then you have to reset it again, otherwise the system will not see it and fail…
It took me a while to realize that while “normal mode” was recognized, the “bootloader mode” was not, because it has a different PID, that was the whole problem on my side!
I have W7 Professional SP1 64bit…
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