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Topic # 8001 27-May-2006 10:42
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ok i might just be an idiot but i have a Ipaq 3955 running windows CE 3.0Pocket Pc 2002 premium, i just got an expansion pack and CF 10 base ethernet card and i can't get it to connect, i try running the driver that came with it and it won't load says it isn't supported. i am VERY ROOKIE at all this i just got my ipaq like 2 weeks ago, and i have been trying to get it to connect and since then and it just isn't working any help that can be given would be GREAT cause this is really frustratingthanks

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Reply # 36824 27-May-2006 17:26
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Make sure the CF lan card comes with PocketPC 2002 driver. if it has WinCE3.0 driver, it is for WinCE3.0, not PocketPC 2002's variant.




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Reply # 36839 27-May-2006 23:19
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Thread title of the month. Well done. (No prize sorry).

For the record, you are not likely to be an idiot based on what you have said...




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