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Topic # 7490 19-Apr-2006 03:42
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Ok  here is the deal.   I have an Axim X50,  it is currently running Mobile windows 2003.  I followed the instructions to upgrade the Axim to Windows Mobile 2005 but for what ever reason it failed.  the Problem is in the Procedures to upgrade to Windows Mobile 2005 you have to upgrade ActiveSync to version 4.1.

Here is the problem:  The Axim works fine but I can't connect to the Axim using Active Sync  I get the error.

" The Procedure entry point CeSyncStart could not be located in the dynamic link library RAPI.dll"

I have uninstalled the ActiveSync V4.1 to put Version 3.8 back on but it will not install stating that a new version is already on the PC.


Any Advice Would definatly Help.

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Reply # 33346 19-Apr-2006 09:06
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You should install ActiveSync 4.1 after updating the Axim Pocket PC only, since the Windows Mobile 2003 won't connect to this new version.

You should uninstall ActiveSync 4.1 (or 3.8 since it's not working), reboot and do a File Search for RAPI.dll. Remove any copy of this file left behind, then reinstall ActiveSync 3.8.

Try updating the device again and then install ActiveSync 4.1.







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Reply # 33353 19-Apr-2006 10:51
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Thanks that did the trick

 
 
 
 


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