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Topic # 13021 18-Apr-2007 19:12
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ok got my new (acutally its second hand, but its new to me) palm tungsten t3. installed palm desktop and i have brought a few things to install. but when i run "palm one quick install" it crashes instantly..

i'm new to the whole palm hand held pda scene i guess.

i'm running windows vista.

thought that might be the case so i ran off to palm ones support page. downloaded the newest version of desktop that apparently supports vista.

installed that. ran palm one quick install.... crashes instantly again. :( what am i to do? am i even ment to use quick install for installing programs? if not what do i use?

the files of the programs i have got are .prc?

the manual says this only....

"Use your Palm Install Tool (in Windows this is on your Start menu) to install the file Remote.PRC"

thanks for the help in advance :)

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  Reply # 67792 19-Apr-2007 21:31
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Palm tech support is generally good... I can help with Palm stuff usually but not this one sorry. Email their tech support.




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