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Topic # 5712 20-Nov-2005 12:08
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Hey folks,

Just read this article http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=6&TopicId=3725
and reregistering the dll did the trick!

I thought I had to junk this device because it would sync... but it's all good now!

Thanks so much!

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BTW, the USB connection still doesn't work... I had to use an IrDA interface to sync. Better than nothing...

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Reply # 23585 20-Nov-2005 22:25
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Welcome to Geekzone... Thanks for the feedback!

Are you using the USB port on your computer or a USB HUB? These devices don't go well with USB HUBs. Also, check that you are not using an old VIA motherboard - they have lots of USB problems.

Moreover, you might want to uncheck the Power Management box (Device Manager, scroll down to Universal Serial Bus and look each USB Root HUB for the Power Management tab).

And last, check that your personal firewall (anyone, Zone Alarm, NIS or even the Windows XP SP2 built-in firewall) has ActiveSync in the list of trusted applications.






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