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Wait till one is provided by the manufacturer.
Palm Desktop: Windows 7 compatibility
Palm's synchronization software, Palm Desktop 6.2, was designed for 32-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista. Palm has not done thorough testing with the broad range of third-party equipment running Windows 7 and therefore can't provide assurances about compatibility.
I searched the web but unfortunately, I couldn't find the Active Sync software anywhere. It would be best to contact the manufacturer for the active sync software. That is the only thing that you could do and you could trust.
Most GPS receivers come with all required software and full instructions for installation and use. Just make sure it works with Windows Mobile 5.0 and you should be set. If you happen to choose a GPS receiver that lacks bundled software, my personal preference is Mapopolis, which is free software and maps are sold by county or by region with free trials available before you buy.