My TX was purchased from a 3rd party without the CD that it comes with in the package. For some reason, the Hot Sync cable won't work with my laptop. I used to have a Palm Zire 31 which originally syched with my laptop. I have tried to download software several times from online to hotsynch it, but to no avail. Can you help?
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I had the same problem with my TX. When I moved, I lost the CD. I think what you have to do is contact Palm to get a replacement CD. It might be a small charge for it, but the drivers are on that CD and that will make it work.
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Try this, uninstall your current version of Palm Desktop, then go to this link on the Palm support website http://kb.palm.com/wps/portal/kb/na/tungsten/tx/unlocked/home/page_en.html this will give you the link to the download for the TX version of Palm Desktop, this may or may not fix your particular problem but it is worth a try.
I believe iTunes may not like to sync with not apple players, but I am sure DRM protection is to blame here. You can try to sync your music with the software provided by Zen, or a program called MediaMonkey, to see if it works. Otherwise, if the music is DRM protected .mp4, you can always burn the songs into a standard AUDIO CD, and then rip the music back to your computer, that way it loses the DRM protection, and should be easy to sync without problems. http://www.mediamonkey.com
i had nightmares with palm, they were rude and basically did not want to know, so i will not buy palm again, howver date book fix it i read solved the problems, so i tried it and it found some 2k errors and then it has worked well ever since, palm complained to me that it wa a 3rd party item, so what they could not do anything but be rude and not help