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Topic # 3685 18-Mar-2005 03:46
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I have been getting the following "Combine or Replace" error when I sync the Ipaq. "The following information type on your mobile device has items that have not been sncy'ed with this computer before." and the calendar info is culprit. I have this problem intermittently, and when it is happening I get it every time I sync. It seems no matter what choice I choose (combine or replace) I end up with MANY duplicates.
I also have a Motorola Smartphone and sync it and have no problems there, and this problem occured before. It is a real pain. Any sugestions?

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Reply # 13669 18-Mar-2005 07:31
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Have you done a soft reset on this iPAQ since this started?

If yes, and it didn't solve it, then I recommend a hard reset.






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Reply # 13676 18-Mar-2005 10:21
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THANKS. That seems to have done the trick! (At least I'll cross my fingers.) I forgot about the hard reset. Soft reset hadn't helped. Now I have to do a restore.

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