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Topic # 6386 21-Jan-2006 23:27
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Recently upgraded my IPAQ from Microsoft Windows Mobile for Pocket PC 2003 Second Edition to Windows Mobile 5.0. My Safecom SD WLAN wont work now. Can't seem to find any Windows Mobile 5.0 drivers for it. Will I have to go back to Microsoft Windows Mobile for Pocket PC 2003 Second Edition in order to use the wifi again?

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Reply # 26873 22-Jan-2006 08:28
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Welcome to Geekzone... You will have to contact the manufacturer directly - and if they don't have or are not working on a driver, then sell this and get a new one from other brand. Make sure to contact them and confirm it works on Windows Mobile 5 (the site says Windows CE 5.0 and it should be ok, but just to be sure).

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  Reply # 26980 24-Jan-2006 00:58
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Contacted Safecom. No driver and no plans for one either. Is there a 802.11g card available for the IPAQ hx2110 that works under Windows Mobile 5.0?


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Reply # 26982 24-Jan-2006 04:07

I don't know of any 802.11g cards in a SD form factor... There are a few 802.11g cards in CF form factor available, but they may or may not have WM5 drivers...

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