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Topic # 7823 13-May-2006 04:43
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I have set up my ipaq with my wireless home network, it will also turn WiFi on (green) on my ipaq but when I try to open a web page, say Google, I will get a message saying "the page you are looking for can not be found". I have set up my rx 3115 ipaq to access the internet correctly. my msm works perfectly but my explorer browser doesn't. This will happen with any page I tried to open with explorer.

I'm pretty sure that is not a hardware problem, but a software (probably some file missing). Could it be that Internet Explorer need to be reinstall, if so how do I do that.

Please help...


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Reply # 35632 13-May-2006 09:39
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You might want to follow this:

- On your Pocket PC open File Explorer
- Browse to \Windows and tap welcome.exe
- Follow instructions
- Soft reset the Pocket PC

And then try using Pocket Internet Explorer again.







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  Reply # 35647 13-May-2006 15:56
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Hi,

I did what you recommended but still have same message...

please help.


 
 
 
 


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Reply # 35648 13-May-2006 16:05
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You can download VxUtil from here: http://www.cam.com/vxutil_pers.html

Use it to check the connection configuration and see if it's correct (IP address, DNS, gateway, etc). Also, use it to PING some servers and see if your connection is actually working.





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