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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hotsync problem
With a USB 1.1 machine .. try this ...My work around - disconnect ALL USB devices from the computer, NO multiport hubs, make a direct USB connection to one of the available open ports, then reboot the computer. Upon gaining control, then try to hotsync. If I had any other items connected or ran any other programs prior to hotsync, I was not able to perform a successful hotsync. The qwerks of the T5 and the sync conduits. Hope this helps Bob
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
A lot of palm haldhelds only support SD cards up to 1gb. The 2gb and up ones are not supported. So check your manual and figure out waht the maximum size of sd card is in your palm, or try a smaller size SD card.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
if you are using Vista ultimate, it is a 64 bit operating system and therefore palm doesn't have official support for it yet, but someone has found a solution:
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
SOURCE: Palm 755P Freezes
Well, thank God I had done a recent Hot sync! I found out how to do a hard reset by holding down the power button while reinserting the battery then letting the button go and the system will ask if you want to erase all data? I put yes! Then it erases all my data and restarts the phone. I had to plug the phone in to be recharged because the looping ultimately drains the battery. Then, I plugged in the Hot sync cable and pushed the button to start the sync and ta da! back to its working state! Yippee! Do it! It's easy! Just make sure to hot sync often so your info stays current!
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
SOURCE: Error in Palm Desktop on PC
You need version Palm desktop v6.2 (not v4) to run under Vista. If you have the 64 bit version of Vista you will have to use Bluetooth to transfer data, not USB. Enjoy and please rate this post.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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