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Topic # 5001 17-Sep-2005 12:08
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Hey guys,

Im a new user. Have had my T5 for about 6 months and for the last couple it hasnt been hot syncing at all. When I plug it in it says a little bubble says USB drive not recognised. I dunno what to do, there are no T5 drivers on the net for me to d/l...please help.

Thanks in advance.

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Reply # 20229 17-Sep-2005 12:11
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Welcome to Geekzone...

Are you connecting this directly to a SUB port or to a USB HUB? PDAs in geneal don't work well on USB HUBs.

Also, check that Power Management is off for those USB ports (Device Manager | USB | USB Root Hub | Power Management).

Make sure you have installed the latest Hotsync on your computer, and most of all make sure there is no personal firewall blocking anything...




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Reply # 20233 17-Sep-2005 17:15
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No T5 drivers on the net? you must have a different net to me

Your palm was made by a company named "palm one" - their website is called palmone.com
Follow the support link, and then choose Tunsten T5. The "drivers" you want are there for windows and apple operating systems


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Reply # 20234 17-Sep-2005 17:18
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What net are you using Morepork?? LOL

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Reply # 20238 17-Sep-2005 17:36
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i have both internets at home, don't you?

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Reply # 20239 17-Sep-2005 17:38
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No only one I feel unloved now

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Reply # 20297 20-Sep-2005 14:54
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Now I know this might sound silly, but have you tried unplugging the T5 from the USB Cable, unplugging the cable from the USB port - then reboot the computer and then plugging everything back in again? Also the has just been an update released for the Palm Desktop plus there is a firware update for the T5 - you can dowload them from www.palm.com/nz/support.

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