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What should I do if connection problems exist on the internal modem of the MobilePro 770?

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Re: Connection problems

Attach the AC power cord or adjust the power saving mode so the unit does not go into "standby" mode. This is caused by the unit going into "standby" mode when data is being transferred.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

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Wireless internet on NEC mobilepro 770?


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Erro 647 when trying to connect 770 to desktop with windows xp


I had the same thing happen to me.. The site below will fix you up just follow all the steps.. Some things are worded slighty different in XP so just use common sense for those things..

Just make sure to set your Computer as HOST when it asks.

Also I could not find the mobile devices or something like that tab in Windows XP but it still worked.

http://www.pocketpcfaq.com/wce/21/windows2000.htm

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Lower fidelity voice recording capability


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My MobilePro 770 intermittently stop responding at startup


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