Windows® Device Manager Conflicts - Motorola Barrage V860
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Windows® Device Manager Conflicts - Motorola Barrage V860

Start Device Manager.

  • Windows 8
    • Right-Click Start Screen > All Apps > Control Panel > System and Security > Device Manager.
  • Windows 7
    • Click Start > Control Panel > System and Security > Device Manager.
  • Windows Vista
    • Click Start > (Settings) Control Panel > (System and Maintenance) > Device Manager.
      Note If prompted, click Continue.
  • Windows 2000 / XP
    • Click Start > (Settings) Control Panel > (Performance and Maintenance) > System > Hardware > Device Manager.

For detailed instructions, refer to Opening Windows Device Manager.

The following devices are normally installed:

Modems
Motorola USB Modem
Ports (COM & LPT)
Motorola USB Diagnostic Port (COM x)
Universal Serial Bus controllers
Motorola USB Composite Device

Note If a red X, yellow ! or yellow ? is displayed to the left of a listed device, a conflict is present and the drivers must be updated or reinstalled.
Note Driver conflicts may also be indicated by a device entry labeled Other Devices or Unknown.
Note The device name may vary from the example.

If a conflict is present:

  1. Ensure that the device drivers are installed. Refer to Installing USB drivers or Downloading and installing VZAccess Manager for additional assistance.
    Note If device drivers are installed and a driver conflict is still present, continue to step 2.
  2. Right-click the device then click Update Driver.
    Note If using Windows 2000 / XP, right-click the device then click Update Driver.
    Note The device name may vary from the example.
  3. Click Browse my computer for driver software.
    Note If using Windows 2000 / XP, select Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) then click Next.
  4. Enter C:\Program Files\Common Files\Motorola Shared\MotPCSDrivers\Drivers in the search field then click Next.
    Note If using Windows 2000 / XP, ensure that Search for the best driver in these locations and Include this location in the search are selected.
    Note The driver location can be entered manually or navigated to by clicking Browse.
  5. Click Close.
    Note If using Windows 2000 / XP, click Finish.
Last Modified: November 16, 2012
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