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|06-28-2005, 20:34||#2 (permalink)|
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Use Shorter USB cable, and Shorter 7610 service cable.
Cause its USB powered, some power is lost through long cables.
Or using on a powered hub may help too
Is it the first one you've done?
If not, then it maybe a hardware fault on the phone.
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