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How to make MADDE work on Windows 7 64-bit

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Created: neois (21 Mar 2010)
Last edited: lpvalente (14 Apr 2013)

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Installation

This article explains how to make MADDE work on Windows 7 64 bit.

Please follow the step Getting started with MADDE on Windows by Croozeus but in the driver installation step, please use this modified driver. ( Download here File:Nokia770 USB Ethernet RNDIS with x64 support.zip )

How to install driver in Windows 7:

  1. Go to Device Manager by right mouse click at My Computer and select Properties and then select Device Manager in the left pane
  2. Right mouse click at new device with yellow triangle and select Update Driver Software...
  3. Select Browse my computer for driver software
  4. Select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer
  5. Now click Have Disk and then browse to driver file downloaded above
  6. Click Next and then Finish!!

Test Result

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After driver installation completed, there will be new network adapter named "Nokia 770 USB Ethernet/RNDIS" appear when you plug your N900 in. Don't surprise if it shows as unplugged since it's just a driver problem. However, if it shows, it means your N900 is plugged in and connected completely already. ;)


Known Issue

  • Don't surprise if Network Adapter show as unplugged
  • Don't forget to fix this new Network Adapter IP with IP in the same subnet as N900
  • Ping is the only way to make sure your settings are correct

Author

neois

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