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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6062 22-Dec-2005 00:04
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Hi there,

I am currently having trouble connecting my Nokia 3205 mobile with my computer (VIA PC Suite), when i try to connect it, it sometimes just idles on the same screen saying that it is looking for a connection, and i got it to actually connect once. Once i got it connected, i tried to create a wallpaper using the wallpaper creator, when i tried to save the picture to my phone, it just came up with an error and kept on doing so.

I am connecting with a Nokia DKU-5, and i am not sure if i have an infared port on this computer.

Maybe there is a very simple answer or maybe it is a more serious problem?

Please email me (OR add me to hotmail if you can help me out)

Thanks Hugen

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 25258 23-Dec-2005 17:05
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Are you trying to connect via Infra red or USB? or maybe serial? Infrared is wireless up to a metre from the source, direct line of sight. or does the cable plug into the phone and into the computer? this is important because on your software you need to select the port to use.

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