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Thread: [Downgrade] Official Toshiba HMJ37.31.5.0011 to HMJ37.01.5.0032 Rollback

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    I did have a question (and I apologize if I am posting in the wrong area), but when I was going through the process of rooting and the device rebooted, I was getting a "hardware driver not installed" popup in Windows 7. When checking the device manager, there was a listing for "AT100" (the tablet of course) with a yellow exclamation. The device was in code 10. This was not the USB debugging, as I installed the driver for this from the thrive easy flash zip (USB ADB). So, what was it? Is this a mass storage device driver that I did not install? It did not hinder me from rooting at all, but I am just curious as to what Windows saw and could not find a driver for.

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    That is the MTP driver. Are you on Windows XP? If so, do you have Media Player 11 loaded? If not, do a search and download the MTP drivers from MS and install them. That should fix the issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dalepl View Post
    That is the MTP driver. Are you on Windows XP? If so, do you have Media Player 11 loaded? If not, do a search and download the MTP drivers from MS and install them. That should fix the issue.
    I'm on Win 7 x64. I will search for that. Thanks again!

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    Windows 7 should already have Media Player 11 loaded. If not, update it and the MTP driver will also update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dalepl View Post
    Windows 7 should already have Media Player 11 loaded. If not, update it and the MTP driver will also update.
    It does already have WMP11. I did some searching on this. DO you think it was because I had USB Debugging enabled when I rebooted into Windows? This is for media transfer to the device, right? I'll have to try this again tomorrow.

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    No, you need USB Debugging on to out the device in ADB mode.
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    That is what I figured. Ok, thanks again for all of the assistance man. There would be no chance that there is an actual hardware issue with the Thrive that would code 10 the MTP driver is what I am really concerned about. New to the tablet world, and I know very little regarding some of it (but learning rapidly). Just wanted to ensure that this is simply just a software issue at hand.

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    It is a Windows issue. I think if you turn USB Debugging off on the Thrive, you will see the MTP driver load OK. I have seen a few other people have this issue.
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    Yep, thanks again for everything. If you're ever in the Northern NJ area let me know and I'll get you a few beers

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    Probably a dumb question, but do you have to have an SD card ( I dont) to run the rollback file or can you do it from internal storage?
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