on 20-08-2012 03:06 PM
Can you reinstall the .NET framework that came with the SDK and also gtk#. These are included in C:\Program Files (x86)\SCE\PSM\software
dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe and gtk-sharp-2.12.10.win32
21-08-2012 05:27 PM - edited 21-08-2012 05:31 PM
I just noticed this in your initial post
ON Win vista 7 32 bit i got
PlayStation®Mobile SDK 0.99 and PlayStation®Mobile Development Assistant 0.99 on ps vita"
Apologies, I read this as Windows 7 32 bit. PSM is not supported with Windows Vista and that is why the drivers aren't installing.
We would definitely recommend that you upgrade to windows 7 for optimal use of the SDK.
Can you try installing on a Windows 7 machine if someone you know has one to see if you encounter any problems?
on 22-08-2012 02:52 PM
I didn't notice that either...so win vista..strange because I installed it on vista too and works ok...(@mshkla04 remember you ask me to test in other pc for the host problem? well that one was a win vista 32 bit)
23-08-2012 11:01 AM - edited 23-08-2012 11:31 AM
Thanks for that AlexMcDev. Although windows vista isn't officially supported I can confirm that it does work on it which is a good thing although we cannot say this for sure for all versions of Windows Vista (There are a lot!) .
I tested it on a virtualised Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bit installation(VMWare) and there were no driver issues with the PS Vita( It was still not a smooth process to get it working). I am not sure if having it virtualised and having the same drivers on my PC have an effect.
What I would do in this case which may have been mentioned before.
Uninstall Everything related to PSM(This includes the SDK any PS Vita drivers as well).
Reinstall and try and use a different USB port.(All as admin).
Follow the procedure and report what you get.
Could you also comment if you have a lot of programs on your computer. Lot of bloatware etc ?
In that case it could well be something blocking the driver or some kind of conflicting drivers. It is difficult to say this for sure as it is only a guess. One of the known programs is Dell PC Suite.
More than likely the same files will work on a windows 7 installation but it would be great if this can be checked with your PS Vita on a friends/colleagues computer .
Can you also try this on VMware and post your result if possible( you will need your OS disk or and iso image of your Windows Vista Installation). You can download a free 30 day trial of VMware Workstation to try it. The whole process will take about an hour to complete.
Apart from this we have to advice you to use the appropriate development environment for PSM which must meet these specifications.
Recommended System Requirements
on 23-08-2012 02:47 PM
@mshkla04 always nice to help!!! about this:
I will add this info I tested on win vista with :
2 Ghz processor
and a graphic card only opengl 2.1 capable.
But was a sony vaio too.
on 22-10-2012 05:21 PM
Can I ask at which point you get this error?
My ps vita is saying "could not connect to the server or device. (nw-2465-7)" how do i fix this?
on 12-11-2012 10:32 PM
I am having the exact same problems. My pc is running windows vista home premium.
PC does not recognise PS Vita system and cannot install driver. I have tried absolutely everything and wondered if there are any drivers that could be emailed to get my Vita working?
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