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Same thing happened to me. If you search Amazon for SJ22 sync cable, you should find some. I ordered $9.95 five-foot cable from Amazon (via Boxwave)--it says In Stock, but then they said it is no longer available, and I had to buy $15 version with retractable very thin cable--hope it lasts.
Downside is that computer needs to be on to charge device.
If you want to pay $30, the original package appears to be available at:
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS OPERATION UNLESS YOU DO NOT PLAN TO UTILIZE A WARRANTY AND OR INSURANCE. OPERATION WILL NULLIFY
1: Buy a new battery for your specified pda model(EBAY,AMAZON)
2: Preform a pda to pc sync if possible
3: Buy or or make sure you will recieve a pda screw driver
4: Unscrew back, be gentle
5: Gently remove back with a flathead screwdriver
6: Locate the battery cable
7: Disconnect the battery from the pda
8: Connect new battery/ reattach back
I have a peg-615c, and I just downloaded the new palm desktop, and installed it AFTER I had switched the compatability mode to xp, and selected open as an admin on the normal screen, and under all users... I works great now! OH, it's a free program :) http://kb.palm.com/wps/portal/kb/common/article/37014_en.html
I'm in the process of changing from SJ22 to Smartphone running Windows Mobile 6.1 and I have found a way round this by sending data as vcard to myself in outlook then opening the attachment and saving and closing - this is then sent to your device on the next sync. It is a bit long winded but it works.
Open Outlook and leave it open. In Palm, select the address you want to send, then in EDIT menu choose Forward as vcard, send and close the outlook pop up, saving changes. Go to Outlook Inbox and open the attachment then save and close.
you shouldnt need a device driver for your pda to work along side with Vista, as Vista has it's own Windows mobile device centre which should run as soon as you connect your pda to a usb port.
If it doesnt run, then open up windows mobile device centre in programmes and check the mobile device settings as to whether usb is set to connect to the centre.