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driver update for CHDRT32

Posted on 2011-09-14
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I cannot get the appIP Phone to instal;l completely because it needs the latest driver CHDRT32 to work. This is the error. I thought I had it. I am currently at ver.8.32.23.0. I am not sure how to get the latest update and how or where can I get it to download the latest driver? I wnet to the properties of the driver and it does not have an icon to download the latest driver. I am guessing that when I do ever get this that I would download it to the C:\windows\system32\drivers?
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Try driver agent (www.driveragent.com)

Great resource and does a free web scan. Works really well at finding all drivers including "best" drivers rather than ones that look compatible.

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Is this for Vista or XP?
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this company blocks that site with Trend. I get blocked out.
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XP Pro.
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one of the things I found was that the software needed updating. I did this. IO have my senior guy calling Cisco to see if they have a solution. I will put the answer up here if I get it resolved. We have updated everything. It was one file that seemed to be corupt and when we downloaded the file it still had the same issue. I will keep you posted.
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The Microphone had to be disabled and I had to re-image to make sure the OS was clean and it now works. Not completely sure this was the fix but it does work now.
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Thanks guys or gals for the help. Cisco did solve the issue but I was not totally happy with answer. It does work so, I am not complaining, but the re-image may have fixed this as well. Thanks though for the help.
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