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Removing/restoring partnership I have an HP Pocket PC, and recently I bought a Windows Mobile-based smartphone. When I installed ActiveSync for the PDA, it created a 'default' partnership called "Pocket_PC." When I connected the smartphone, it suggested creating a new partnership, let's call it "Smatphone." Everything went smoothly until I had some problems with the smartphone and did a har reset. After that, when I attempted to created a partnership for the smartphone under the same name, ActiveSync would not allow me to do so. Even deleting the relevant folders in c:\documents..\my profile\...activesync\smartphone did not eliminate the problem - the systems still says I cannot create a partnership under the same name. I find it very annoying to have to uninstall/re-install ActiveSynce EVERY time I want to get rid of a partnership and re-create it under the SAME name. I wonder if there a method of deleting a partnership and then re-creating it under the SAME name.

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Re: Removing/restoring partnership

Acc to me, partnership once deleted due to hard reset on ur smartphone will not be created under the same name until u delete the same partnership from active sync on pc. To delete the partnership open active sync>file>delete partnership..then create new with the same name with ur smartphone.

 

hope this will help

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Anyway, please, let me know if I can assist you any further.

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If your PC has Windows XP, you should have ActiveSync installed and running, in order to have a WM smartphone synchronized. Otherwise, if it has Vista or 7, WMDC should be used instead.
If you already happen to have the correct sync program on your PC, and yet, are unable to sync your device, firstly, reboot both your PC and device. If you keep unable to sync, try to remove the partnership between your PC and your device on both of them, and try to connect your device again. If the failure persists, try to uninstall and reinstall ActiveSync (or WMDC), reboot your PC and try again.
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