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WMDC may not work in newer Windows versions, particularly Windows 10 version 1703 (Creators Update) OS Build 15063. If you absolutely need to use WMDC in a newer version of Windows, some possible methods to get it to work are as follows.
An abbreviated summary of a common method used to get it to work requires running our WMDC-fixes-for-Win10.msi patch utility (below), uninstall WMDC (both the driver update then main app), use Task Manager to end task on the two WMDC processes, use msconfig (System Configuration) to stop the two WMDC services, Restart, manually delete the entire C:\Windows\WindowsMobile folder, re-install drvupdate-amd64.exe from our website, manually launch WMDC, connect cable, and then wait usually up to two minutes the first time connecting.
Sometimes before being successful at installing WMDC, you must first manually enable the required .NET Framework 3.5 under “Turn Windows features on or off” and/or by using the previous dotNetFx35setup.exe installer from Microsoft.
After install and once "Windows Mobile Device Center" appears in the list under the Start menu on the desktop PC, similar to as is automatically applied by our "WMDC-Helper.exe" utility referenced above, you may need to run Windows Powershell as an adminstrator to apply the following registry commands, and then perform a Restart.
REG ADD HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\RapiMgr /v SvcHostSplitDisable /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
REG ADD HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\WcesComm /v SvcHostSplitDisable /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
This is less likely, but you may additionally need to open "Computer Management" as an Admin to view Services and Applications > Services to change the Properties of the “Windows Mobile-2003-based device connectivity” and “Windows mobile-based device connectivity” services to Log On using "Local System Account", and then Start each service. You may sometimes need to re-apply and Start these again when re-connecting device or after performing a Restart on the PC.
Introduction of Windows Mobile Device Center
Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Center replaces ActiveSync for Windows Vista.
Windows Mobile Device Center offers device management and data synchronization between a Windows Mobile-based device and a computer.
For Windows XP or earlier operating systems, you must use Microsoft ActiveSync.
How to use Windows Mobile Device Center
Download and install Windows Mobile Device Center 6.1 if you run Windows Vista on your computer and you want to sync content between your mobile phone and your computer. Windows Mobile Device Center is compatible only with Windows Vista.
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