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Topic # 6947 7-Mar-2006 06:45
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Running WM2003se
when i first got it worked fin, but few weeks later now i can sync just fine i can even use the shared inet connection from my pc, but when trying to install apps or games or sending over mp3's it just sits there and give me 2 error messages, being, not enough room, or i have lost connection with bluetooth, I have hard reset, turned off all authentication boxs anything eles i can try to keep the copnnection or to install my apps right?

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Reply # 30063 7-Mar-2006 10:26
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It sounds as you have used all the memory on your Pocket PC. You can check the available memory bu tapping on Start | Settings | System | Memory.

Can you tell us how much you have "Available" there please?







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  Reply # 30065 7-Mar-2006 10:53
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Total memory 125.71


under Storage says

Allocated: 62.85mb
In use: 7.13 mb
Free: 55.72mb


then under Programs says

Allocated : 62.86 mb
In use : 17.39 mb
Free : 45.47mb


hope this helps, i am also using a D-link

bluetooth dbt- 120

and Activesync 3.8 was using 4.1 but read somewhere cause i am running 2003SE 3.8 would be better, thx for the help in Advance;)

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Reply # 30066 7-Mar-2006 10:55
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  Reply # 30067 7-Mar-2006 11:05
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yes Bluetooth i dont have the cradle, bought it off a buddy that lost the cradle in a move but told me bluetooth would work



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  Reply # 30068 7-Mar-2006 11:11
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only have bluetooth, my friend sold me this ppc without cradle, cradle was lost in a move, but would really rather have the wireless



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Reply # 30069 7-Mar-2006 12:56
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any help would be appreciated;)

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