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Topic # 9122 22-Aug-2006 11:23
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H all :)

I finally plucked up courage to do the ROM upgrade on my ipaq 4350 (all went well - phew) and am just in the process of reloading my various programs.

I had no trouble with this previously, but now I can't seem to find the name of the Netfront executable file, so that I can enter that in the browser field of my RSS feed. There just doesn't seem to be any filename remotely resembling Netfront or Access. I've installed a purchased version of Netfront as opposed to the previous trial version, so perhaps the filename is different, because I had no trouble identifying this before.

Anyway, could someone who has Netfront tell me what the executable file name is please?

Many thanks as always! :)

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Reply # 44476 22-Aug-2006 11:56
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Good to know the update went well... For Netfront, look for \Program Files\Netfront33\Netfront33.exe on your Pocket PC or Storage Card (assuming you have Netfront 3.3 installed).

Also, if you have updated the device, make sure you have already reinstalled Netfront ;0)








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Reply # 44478 22-Aug-2006 12:22
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Thanks Mauricio - the thing is that file wasn't in the list of executables that presents itself when you click the ... button to select a browser. Perhaps it wasn't there the last time either! LOL.

Oh dear, must be getting old LOL!

Mucho gracias! :)


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