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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 1358 13-Apr-2004 04:31
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I cannot install the PHM registry editor to my IPAQ. When I run setup it appears as if the program is installing correctly; however, it does not seem to load on the IPAQ. I noticed during the setup that active sync does not ask me if I want to install the program to the default location. I dont get the box with the blue bars indicating a program is installing either.

I am still able to load other programs.

Has anyone experienced this?

Note: I am using active sync 3.7 from the disk and have all the latest updates on my IPAQ.

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Reply # 4735 13-Apr-2004 06:50
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What version of the program you have? If you have the .cab file, simply copy it to your Pocket PC. Then open the File Explorer and look for the .cab file there. Tap it and it should self-install.

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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 4736 13-Apr-2004 07:01
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Ok. I'll give it a try and let you know how it goes.


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Reply # 4737 13-Apr-2004 07:18
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That did it! I dont know why I could not install via active sync...doesnt matter its on there now.


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