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PIM ino lost from ipaq 1950

Have a ipaq rx 1950. Tried to use pim from my other PDA - ipaq 2950 as it is the one I use all the time. Put onto SD to transfer, copied across to 1950, overwriting original. Didn't seem to transfer info so did soft reset and now it won't sync with PC or even open calender or contacts on PDA. OOPs!

What do I do now?

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Did a hard reset. booted up ok. did activesync with my other PDA onto computer and then sync'ed with 1950.

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