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Activesync problems with IPAQ 1940

Hi there, I have an IPAQ 1940 that was working fine with my home and work computers. Just last week, both PC's no longer recognize my PocketPC. I've deleted and reinstalled the program on both PC's; however, nothing helps. I am still able to use the cable to recharge the battery, but activesync does not work. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks for your help!

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 connect the cable with pc , open the active sync on ipaq then connect the cable with ipaq..if not still soft reset ur Pocket PC and reconnect.

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