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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 4985 15-Sep-2005 20:36
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hi!i have rquest for help in 3 forums but no answer :( , please give it a shot
i had ipaq 1710 and allwas working fine tell i installed Memmaid ( what this tool didnt say is that newbei like me shouldnt even think of using it,anyway since i run this tool one time i cant sync over USB , my pc xp say hp device found --->hardware is installed and can be used now ,but when i try to connect it dont work.can anyone please tell me at least where should i start to repaire this problem.

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Reply # 20149 15-Sep-2005 21:50
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Hello and welcome to Geekzone...

Memmaid should be safe to use - just don't delete anything on the Events tab, unless it is a duplicate. There are a few events that will fire up when you place your device in the cradle.

Have you done a soft reset yet?
Have you rebooted your computer since this problem appeared?
Are you connecting to a USB port or to a USB HUB?

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  Reply # 20154 15-Sep-2005 22:22
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i connect to USB port.
but its that happend what you warned me from,i did delt all event shown there(dont hit me please),i did softreset...and rebooted...i reinstalled my sync over again.but it dont help.


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Reply # 20155 15-Sep-2005 22:34
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Ok. In this case I suggest you do a hard reset. This will erase all content on your Pocket PC and refresh the OS to its original condition. You can then

  • Delete the Activesync Partnership on your PC (open ActiveSync, File | Delete Parnership) keeping the synchronisation folder
  • Change the Pocket PC name to be the same as before the hard reset
  • Crate a new partnership
  • Reinstall programs from ActiveSync Tools | Add/Remove.

    All your PIM (email, contacts, calendar) will be restored automatically. Any files in My Documents on your Pocket PC will be restored if your follow these steps.

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    Reply # 20163 16-Sep-2005 06:28
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    i realy donno what to work perfect..thank you very very very much freitasm.

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