02-21-2013 11:29 PM
First off, love the Z10... not big on Link. It seems nice, but doesn't work well
Anyone else have trouble connecting there Z10 in Windows 8 pro
I have two windows 8 pro machines with Link installed.
Neither machine will connect at all with the phone. Z10 plugged in via USB nothing happens.. no attempted driver install, not connected in Link.
Tried Link on a Windows 7 pro machine... driver installed ok, link connected to phone for the first time, won't connect anymore and link crashes.
good thing wi-fi drives show up fine, can still get files to my device.
02-21-2013 11:40 PM
02-22-2013 12:22 AM
Well that makes complete sense... wouldn't expect them to support such new OS's like Vista/7/8 at this stage... Guess I'll wait for these OS's to have more exceptance.... (sarcasim) WTF?
I'm sure their working on it... just glad to hear its not isolated to me.
02-22-2013 12:54 AM
09-20-2013 08:16 AM
Please give this a try. (I am also running Windows 8 >click to use Office 2013< and my Z10 running 10.1
If you've installed the latest BB Link (v1.2) you'll need to do a system restore of your PC to any time 'before' the date you installed it.
Once this is done, using Windows Explorer, you can drill down in C:\Program Files (X86)\Research In Motion to find the previous version of BB Link (probably v220.127.116.11). Simply click on subdirectory of BB Link, then BlackBerryLink.exe
You can then add it to your task bar for future use.
On your Z10, under Settings Menu, tap on Storage and Access. Then under the header Access to Storage, tap on USB Connection and change it to Connect to Windows, or if already set to that, change it back to Autodetect. (one of the two should work).
I went through all of this yesterday after installing BB Link V1.2 and it really messed up my PC and my phone. Now things have settled back and I am a happy camper again.
Hope my advice may help in some way.