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NEW DESKTOP COMPUTER RUNNING WINDOWS VISTA

WON'T LET ME DOWNLOAD CD THAT CAME WITH MY AXIM 30. CD SAYS "POCKET PC 2003 PREMIUM W/OUTLOOK 2002". THIS PROGRAM ALSO HAS MICROSOFT ACTIVESYNC ON IT. WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO TO HOOK MY AXIM 30 W/ CRADLE TO MY NEW DELL COMPUTER THAT IS RUNNING VISTA?

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All you havce to do is hook up the cradle to the USB port, and you MIGHT have to and i stress this because it will usually open on its own, you may have to open windows mobile device center, its in your programs menu, activesync is no longer used in VISTA, so any attempt to put it on will probably be stopped , once oyu plug in th ePDA check for updates, this will ensure that you have all the drivers for the Dell X30 (i)

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