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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 9513 23-Sep-2006 21:21
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Hey guys!

I have a iPaq h2200 Pocket PC with Windows CE 4.20 and processor type Intel(R)

PXA255. I need to install a JVM on it. I tried the creme 4.10 but that doesnt

install. I also tried the J9 JVM from IBM but cannot figure out how to

install it as well. It seems to be for a higher version of windows ce.

Can anyone please help me with this?



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  Reply # 46700 23-Sep-2006 21:44
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Welcome to Geekzone... You are running Windows Mobile 2003, so make sure you look for installers for this version. Have you tried SuperWaba (

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Reply # 46946 27-Sep-2006 09:54
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Thanks! I got CrEme for Windows Mobile 3 and installed it. I am tryin to work with it.
It is workin for basic applications but giving trouble with some!

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