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RSD Lite Install Problem

goodwyne

OSNN One Post Wonder
#4
If the install package gave options to choose the drive that would be great advise. In fact, there are no options. You run the install program and that error message results. It's like it doesn't even see the C: drive. If you know a way to force it to install to C: and ignore D:, I'm listening.
 

technokid88

Part of a System
#5
which rsd lite are you trying to install, i had put one up .. find mine.. it might work better.. i dont think anyone had any problems with it.
 

goodwyne

OSNN One Post Wonder
#6
RSD_Lite_2.5_Release.exe which was extracted from RSD_Lite_2.5_Release.zip is what I have. It took me all day to find it and since this problem I've continued to search for others with no luck so far. Guess I'm just not looking in the right place.
 

goodwyne

OSNN One Post Wonder
#8
The problem is obviously NOT the file. I get the same result as before. The specific error mesage is:

"Default drive f D: detected; RSD program files can only be installed on C: drive. RSD program will abort."

Maybe this needs to be done on a computer where ther hard drive is NOT partitioned. I followed read me first.txt to the letter. I'm just stumped.
 

technokid88

Part of a System
#9
Don't know what to tell ya, what you said could be true, since this prog is only for moto phone service centers and not for normal joes...
 

digg1er

OSNN One Post Wonder
#10
when I download that file, my computer thinks it's a Windows Media Player file... When I double-click it, it tries to open a movie... what am I doing wrong?
 

digg1er

OSNN One Post Wonder
#11
I am completely new to this so please bare with me... I saved the RSD Lite file from technokid on my Desktop. It is saved as a RAR file? WTF is that? My computer has no idea how to open it when I double-click it. It tries to open Windows Media Player. What am I doing wrong?? help!
 

technokid88

Part of a System
#12
Oh this is why you prob having problems. RAR files, its like zip, but you need winrar program, google for it. And when you get it use the wizard and extract the file, to its own folder on your desktop.
 

digg1er

OSNN One Post Wonder
#13
thanks technokid, i figured it out on my own last night after posting. I had never heard of the file extension 'rar'. I just googled it and figured out that it was a new 'zip' type of file and i downloaded winRAR. I was successfully able to flash to version .02 on my RAZR V3c. Haven't tried to transfer any files yet, but I plan on trying to transfer my phone book from my V3c to my Lexus via bluetooth later tonight. wish me luck.
 

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