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I have a Qualcomm HS-USB device on which I want to test my developed application. The problem I am facing is that the device drivers are not getting installed. I have tried the following steps:

  1. Downloaded the Google USB drivers (latest).
  2. Downloaded the ZTE USB drivers (the device is ZTE manufactered).
  3. This device I have configured earlier also on a Windows 7 system and it worked fine. I dont know why it is not working this time on a new Windows 7 system.

Please help me to make the device driver work. Or please tell me if there is any other solution to this.

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This site has mainly non-developers :P if you were to ask an actual development question, you should ask on StackOverflow (this one is fine here). – Matthew Read May 21 '11 at 18:29

As for all driver problems, you should first try the following:

  1. Disconnect the device
  2. Uninstall all drivers for it
  3. Reboot
  4. Install the official drivers (probably the ZTE-specific ones)
  5. Reboot
  6. Connect the device
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