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Microsoft Money etc. Sync Problem with iPAQ hx2495b

PDA sync was good with my PC running XP and ActiveSync. Bought new Samsung R700 Laptop running Vista and installed Windows Mobile Device Centre from the Microsoft website. Connecting the PDA to the laptop is recognised and on opening the Mobile Device Centre it gives the connected indication at the same time a window pop's up -

Microsoft Visual C++

Runtime Library with a Runtime Error:

Program C:\Windows|Windows Mobile\WmdHost.exe
abnormal program termination.

Other indications:-
On the Mobile Device Centre window, it states that sync has taken place? I have no idea if anything has been sunc'd.
In Mobile Device Settings, Change Content Sync Settings is greyed out.

Your help in resolving this problem would be greatly appreciated.

Regards.

Hugh Jones

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