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If you mean you will use your phone as a modem to connect your computer to the internet please follow these steps.
Setting up a USB Internet Sharing connection
Note:BEFORE YOU BEGIN Make sure your phone is on and that one of the data services icons appears at the top of the screen. If you don't see either of these icons, you cannot use your smartphone as a modem.
On your computer, open ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center.
Click File > Connection Settings, and make sure the Allow USB connections box is unchecked.
Connect your smartphone to your computer using the sync cable.
On your smartphone, press Start and select Today. Select the Internet Sharing icon.
Select the PC Connection list, and then select USB.
Press Connect (left softkey). When your computer detects the connection, an icon appears in the taskbar in the lower-right corner of your computer screen.
On your computer, open your web browser to confirm that you can connect to the Internet.
connecting to an open network 1 press wi-fi on the side of your smartphone if it says Wi-Fi is on your phone will detect available networks.if your device does not auto connect and configure wireless networks screen appears highlight the network you wamt and press connect
Try uninstalling the Microsoft Activesync. The Palm website offers the newly, innovated Activesync software available for your device. I would recommend reinstalling Microsoft Activesync from this support site.
When you sync your phone to your PC, it will ask you initially for what you want to sync. You can also do this anytime when you open up the Palm Desktop Manager on your PC. You can drag and drop your MP3s to the music folder on the Palm Desktop Manager and then sync it to your phone. This is the easiest way to get the MP3s on your phone.
You can also move photos/MP3s from your phone to your PC by using a 1GB SD card (the TREO 650 cannot accept any size larger than 1GB, trust me!). Copy your photos/videos/MP3s from your phone to the SD card and then take the card out of your phone. Use a USB Card Reader and connect it to your PC to read the SD card you just removed.
you should go into your computer to my computer. then file programs.look for palm then open. look for your user name open then look for backup file rename the back up file then hot sync the phone then use the same user name it will start up a new back up folder. you might have something on your phone that the phone do not agree with. this should work if you hot sync your phone to your computer.