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It's the drivers for the tablet to be able to be seen and accessed VIA USB. But the drivers are for 32-bit OS. They didn't bother to post a 64-bit version. So for anyone using Windows XP/Vista/7 64-bit, the drivers will not work.
 

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Well the "patch" looks only like a .exe for a windows computer.What is a linux user supposed to do?The document shows being able to mount the media on the device -- no go before and as you can not mount nor access the android marketplace you can not update.If I am missing something let me know but this is not a fix. I want to like and want to use this device.What other options are available? gpad g10? malata? asusAny suggestions/feedback? Initially the thought was at ~$160 this was a great solution for a particular need. It can surf and get email. Tip of the hat to all that had a hand in bringing this to market.Now how to make it available to enhance?
 

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so more reading in other locations and some indications that this is not the patch. The file posted was just for windows (32-bit) computers. Still outstanding: how to load a patch if you can not mount the device? xfer onto the microSD? any feedback?
 
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