help can connect to computer

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    so when i try to use the usb and connet to my computer i have windows vista is asking me install driver but when i try it asking me to insert disc well we all know thre is no disc so not sure what to do?
     
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    Do the drivers work with vista?

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    oh not sure i hope so if not i will have to bring it back this has been a great tablet please say they do....
     
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    I used the drivers with Vista 32bit, no problems. You may have to click on "continue anyway" to install.

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    thanks lemmyslender i love this site......
     
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    Actually, if you are connecting to just enable file transfer between the onboard storage and SD card, Vista should support native mounting the internal/external SD cards as mass storage to your PC provided you unmount the cards from the S7 using the notifications screen (tap the double window "I" icon in the upper right corner of the S7 and follow the pop up prompts). I could be wrong, but that's how it works on Win 7. Good luck
     
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    Yes, for transferring files, I don't think drivers are needed. If usb debugging is enabled, it will prompt for drivers. You can safely ignore those prompts unless you want to setup adb.
     

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