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Topic # 5192 7-Oct-2005 07:15
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Hi all,

I have a Fujitsu Pocket Loox 410 running PocketPC 2003 which I can't get to connect to the internet through my pc. I'm using a Prodigy usb BT adapter with BlueSoleil software. I also can't get it to ActiveSync by BT, altohugh it's fine using a usb cable.

I'm running Win 98SE on my pc and most of the tutorials I've seen refer to XP or 2000.

I'd be really grateful if anyone can help by giving me some step by step instructions or advice on how to get connected, or even direct me to a tutorial..

Many thanks,

Matt.

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Reply # 21152 7-Oct-2005 17:25
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You should be able to install ICS from your Windows 98 CD (or from the install location) by going to Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs and changing to the Windows tab.

After this you should be able to follow one of the guides - the Bluesoleil software is a little different but you'll get the idea.

If you can't install ICS then you can do this with a software such as NAT32 and some configuration .






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Reply # 21358 11-Oct-2005 23:25
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I managed to sort it just after I'd posted on here. Activesync was checking the wrong Com port. Now i've changed it, it syncs and connects to the internet fine.

Thanks for the reply anyway.

Matt.

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