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Topic # 24918 6-Aug-2008 20:14
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Hello All, I have just purchased a panasonic semi rugged PDA from the US. I want  to see if I can utilise it with my surveying instruments.
Unfortunately the programs that i use need WM 2003 min. It has a Intel StrongArm SA-1110 206mhz chip with 32 MB ROM.
Is it possible to upgrade this unit to WM2003 the PANASONIC Toughbook site is not much good to me unfortunately. Many Thanks

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Reply # 154754 6-Aug-2008 20:27
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No it is not possible to update Windows CE to Windows Mobile. From Windows Mobile 2003 the platform was unified on a single processor family.

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  Reply # 155027 7-Aug-2008 18:32
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No it is not possible to update Windows CE to Windows Mobile. From Windows Mobile 2003 the platform was unified on a single processor family.

Hi Mauricio, Thank you for taking the time to advise me.

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