Windows 7 Not Supported

Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby shutchin » Tue Oct 20, 2009 7:08 am

Just letting you know in case you didn't already - The app does not properly install on the Windows 7 platform. During the 3rd install (AirPhones itself), about halfway through I get the attached error. It still says that AirPhones was installed afterward, but the application does not launch when I click the icon in the start menu.

Great application idea - been looking for this for a while. Just my luck that it doesn't cooperate with 7.

Thanks,
Shane
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Re: Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby shutchin » Tue Oct 20, 2009 7:11 am

After I posted that, I went to uninstall and got this error. Hope it helps.

Cheers
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Re: Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby dartrax » Sun Oct 25, 2009 8:31 am

Hi!
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I've got the same result - despite the fact that the exe actually does launch:

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It also recognizes my iphone and asks to connect.

Unfortunately, it doesn't do anything with the music - it remains coming from PC speakers.

And it crashes when you try to close the exe.

It also crashes when I click "Turn server off".

I've tried to open it with admin rights, but it keeps crashing.

Note: If you need a beta tester or german translator, I can help :)

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Re: Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby unaccurate » Sat Feb 06, 2010 3:43 pm

it instaled fine on my windows 7 and it launches as well but my ipod does not connect to it but thats in a nother topic
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Re: Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby tyee » Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:18 pm

Just wanted to say that I was able to install in Windows 7. At first it didn't work. What seemed to help was to install Bonjour that I downloaded from Apple and then re-installed Airphone using the .msi file. I should qualify "works" by saying that the sound coming out of my iPhone stutters. So I'm hoping for the buffering fix mentioned in other posts.

BTW, while installing using the recommended method, the Bonjour installer offered repair or remove as options as if I had previously installed it (which I hadn't)!
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Re: Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby Master224 » Sat Feb 27, 2010 6:59 pm

Hay i got a diffrent message and it woulnt work i really want to use it D:
heres the messages
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Re: Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby mr_53 » Sat Mar 13, 2010 3:29 pm

Any news on the windows 7 update? what a mistake that was to switch from Vista to 7, I was using airphones all the time!
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Re: Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby dannyboy » Sun Sep 12, 2010 7:12 am

I don't think this is just a Windows 7 issue. I am getting exactly the same issue with 32bit XPSP3. The issue is:
* Install throws up an error message: wdmdrvmgr cannot get INF calls (0/2 - thet system cannot fine the file specified)
* Install completes, and detects iphone, but audio never streamed to iphone and PC speakers still work.
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Re: Windows 7 Not Supported

Postby mr_53 » Tue Oct 05, 2010 6:29 am

I gave up and bought an Apple airport express...works like a charm with windows 7 and I can use my Iphone and Ipod touch as a remote and the music streams to my sound system without having to leave my iphone behind.
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