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Topic # 9870 19-Oct-2006 18:32
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I am having problems connecting my HTC Harrier to the I-Tech Virtual Keyboard.

For starters the demo on the install disc doesn't look anything like the way the install program does which makes things hard.

I get as far as copying the .cab file to the desktop as it says to do but then when I open the file there are four files inside that I can't do anything with

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Reply # 49117 19-Oct-2006 19:10
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The .cab file is to be opened on your Pocket PC - not on your desktop. Copy the file to your Pocket PC, then open File Explorer and find the file (if you copied using ActiveSync it should be in \My Documents).

Tap on this file and it should start the installation.


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  Reply # 49118 19-Oct-2006 19:12
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ok. answered my own question.

I wasn't aware that .cab file had to be executed from the device. My mistake was trying to execute the file from my pc as all previous programs I have loaded was done this way


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  Reply # 49119 19-Oct-2006 19:14
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Sorry Freitasm.

Must have been writing the reply at the same time you posted.

Cheers for the heads up.

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