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ou should also install the Nokia Developer Suite for MMS. It's
http://www.forum.nokia.com/smsforum/main/1,35452,1_2_7_2_1,00.html. After I installed EAIF Emulator, Nokai Series 60 SDK, and Nokia
Developer Suite for MMS on both Win98 & Win2000, I still
couldn't see the MMS box on EPOC. The document of NDS shows that NDS
only works on WinNT & win2000. And Nokia Series 60 SDK doesn't
fully be tested on Win2000. So I installed all of tools to WinNT again,
then it did work. But I still wondered why it wouldn't work on Win98. I
found several folder didn't install to it should be installed on Win98.
Then I tryed to copy all the files under \Symbian of WinNT to the folder
\Symbain of Win98. The result surely was that I could view the MMS on
Nokia EPOC. Hope the experience helps someone.
Vivitar has been out of the tripod business for a few years now. They may no longer have the parts. You may be able to find another V900 and scavage the parts. Make sure the model numbers match exactly. The V900SE is a different year and does not share the same parts as the V900.