Hacking mputility and vista

oleole

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Hello,

I need to format my g6 lite using mputility but that's stupid program won't run under vista saying it needs windows 2000. I've tried to launch it with the compatibility tab but no luck.

Anyone know if there is a newer version out or has an idea to run the application under Vista ?

I've tried handheldsources.com and it's still version 1.0.0.11 which is the one I use.

TIA

oleole
 

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