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I keep posting to this forum but nobody reply's on how to flash using windows 7 64bit I keep reading different stuff on here, some say's yes you can, but don't tell how. Why don't somebody have some since and show others what they did to make this crap workI thought this was the reason for this forum ie to help others and get help. I'm new to this apad and I don't wanna brick it not knowing what I'm doing
 

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my reccomedation:get a copy of windows xp (32bit)grab 'oracle virtual box' (a virtual PC you can run as a program in nearly all windows versions, linux, Mac os and can install many operatingsystems to without modifying your system)install Windows XP in a virtual boxconfigure the box so that it has access to the pad via USBinstall the drivers in the virtual XP.I think it is a problem that there are no x64 INTEL drivers, only for x64 AMD.
 

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have been trying to get drivers to load with win7 64bit for last month, tried mp4 nation files and everything else. If you use the search fuction you can get plenty of posts regarding this.If you have AMD machine running 64bit the drivers work, if its Intel forget it at he moment
 

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also noticed, downloaded and installed and working out how to use on some versions of windows 7, you can download a virtual pc that runs a full registered version of windowx xp inside it, have just downloaded and am learning how to use, have managed to install sdk from inside it, all i gotta do now is work out what and how sdk works lollinkhttp://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/
 

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[quote name='Steep;44858]dbassman42 if you don't know what you're doing you really should leave well alone' date=' too many things can go wrong and you'll end up bricking your apad.[/QUOTE'] you're right Steep, i've flash many times before..once i changed to metal apad, it bricked for 1st flash without recovery..it is risky..whether you have knowledge of it..it really depend on the apad as well..some people use same tool and same apad w/o problem..but some [email protected] there is no problem with you're apad, i would advise you not to flash it...unless its okay for you, once if its bricked..mine, i buy it locally..so i could changed it easily..
 

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You need this:android_usb_windows.zip - android-roms - Android USB Drivers - Original (Firmware 1.0) - Project Hosting on Google Codeand this:Android SDK | Android DevelopersDirection helpHow to Install USB Driver for Android Devices - Free device drivers Download I also downloaded Droid Explorer after, which gave me total control of my aPad and I don't have to mess with .adb anymore.Droid ExplorerI'm running Intel 64. I downloaded AndroidSDK on the C:// drive. Then put the drivers in that folder. I used the androidwinusb64 file.Hope this helps.
 
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