You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. That way I was able to reprogram it. This thread is locked. I guess i could clear the eeprom first using a buspirate, but that is a bit overkill…. Tell us about your experience with our site.
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Error message:Sony Ericsson DSS SyncStation is missing a driver – Microsoft Community
Did this solve your problem? Tell us about your experience with our site. The SyncStation is easy to open, just use a ph0 screwdriver to remove three screws. That way I was able to reprogram it. Low cost microscope powered by USB.
I just can’t get mine to charge the Battery now.
Using a Sony Ericsson dock as an USB2Serial adapter
You are absolutely correct. Is it possible to mirror the download suncstation microsoft? I guess i could clear the eeprom first using a buspirate, but that is a bit overkill…. How satisfied are you with this reply? ZifanTonyYang Replied on March 25, In reply to kellycalk’s post on January 27, In reply to Ganesh Achar B’s post on February 29, You can just google it and download them to get the virtual serial port to work.
This link is another no helper. This thread is locked.
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Syyncstation can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Thanks for a good project that I could use as a fall-back if my programming efforts failed. I have another usb to serial port that I used as areference to see that I could access it and then it worked with the dss20 also.
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This site in other languages x. This turns syncstatino SyncStation to a standard USB to serial bridge and you can use the drivers that are included in most operating systems.
Definitely a more sophisticated approach then my brute force method of removing the chip ; Thanks for the tip! But it was long time ago so I may have missed something. The driver download is nowhere to be found. Thanks for the input — I guess a software fix is a bit dsx then removing a small SMD chip and you have the option to use the eeprom for custom settings of the ft-prog Nice work!
Thank you for the clarification! This is a dead end. All you need to do is to attach RX and TX cables to pi 24 and 25 the upper right corner. Do you have any secret trick?
Sorry this didn’t help. An update is available that solves this problem. I did have some problems to get it to work, drivers etc and I had to reboot the PC a few times. How satisfied are you with this response?