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Topic # 4572 5-Aug-2005 17:13
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I got a Harrier that I want to sync with a pc but it will only reconise as a guest on 2 pc's?
Anyone know whats up with this
(I have reset 5 times, but still will only reconise as guest?!?)

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Reply # 17570 5-Aug-2005 17:58
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First check that cables are working fine. Since you say this is happening in more than one PC I would suspect the cable or cradle is faulty.

Also, do not plug this to a USB HUB - simply there's not enough power on these things (I actually have an extra USB 2.0 on my PC, with a total of 9 ports).







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  Reply # 17661 8-Aug-2005 08:20
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Thanks Ive tryed with 2 diffrent cradles and it is not reconised. (no hub involved)
I can sync my Harrier fine on both pc's?
Thats why Im stumped, it was working fine until he let the battery run low (everything got wiped)
I have tryed to hard reset multipul times, but no effect.
I will try reloading Active sysc on one machine, to see if this has an effect?

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