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is not outlook now dead?, MS buried it long ago?
(ever think there is HP driver needed?)
ask here at HP.
nobody uses, Ipaqs in USA< its 100% Obsolete now here.
fixya is not HP,
so...... when fiddling with relics, be best to as real HP folks no?
change the security settings if any in the wireless router....
use 64bitWEP password for the router and if it is a BELKIN wireless router then WiFi protected setup should be disabled in the roter....
contact router's technical support to do settings in it....
What version of ActiveSync are you using? Open ActiveSync on the PC, then open "About ActiveSync" under the "Help" menu - it should be version 4.5. If not, download version 4.5 from Microsoft as a first attempt to fix the problem. If you are using 4.5, try uninstalling/reinstalling again but make sure you do a soft reset (push the pin on the top of the device) before you connect the Ipaq. If this doesn't work let me know and we'll try some other things.
I figured oout how to do the installation. but now I have another problem. The alignment screen does not come up on the Ipaq 2495 and I have to tap about 2 or 3 lines lower than what is showing on the screen.
Check the setting on the ipaq, go to ActiveSync and tools, options, server and make sure calendar, contacts and inbox are not selected here. Then, put the pda in its cradle and let it do a sync, it should change the settings on the desktop and the (sync status on device) should disappear. I had a similar problem and after de-selecting these, everything worked fine.