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Topic # 78345 3-Mar-2011 18:35
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Hey I've just given my old Okta Touch to a friend but I've misplaced the original software CD that came with it.  Does anyone know where I can grab the software/drivers so he can set up the management apps on his PC?

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  Reply # 445274 3-Mar-2011 19:58
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I still have my original box and instructions but, lo and behold, the CD isn't in the box!!  However, on the side of the box it says it contains: "Getting started CD including: Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Centre, Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5, Microsoft Outlook ..".  So it appears it only ever contained MDC and ActiveSync in terms of connectivity tools (its a while since I used it so can't remember precisely!!).  Both of these still appear to be available on the Microsoft website (as well as other places such as cnet etc...) so getting them should be all that is needed?





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