I'm only using my PDA for basic stuff .. calendar, tasks , useful files to have on hand when away from laptop!... I want to know what else it does!!! I want to expand the memory and use an SD card but don't know how to access it or save to it. Do I need to save pics/ files etc to the SD card before I insert it?? I am always deleting files when the memory is low.. Is there a manual??
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As far as I know, some N300 series PDAs have a built-in Wi-Fi card. If this is your case, gather your Wi-Fi router's (or the one you want to connect your PDA to) SSID and encryption informations, go to 'Start > Settings > Connections tab > Wi-Fi' and tap 'Search for Networks'. After a while, the available WLAN should appear on screen. Select yours, fill in the required informations, and, after a while it should get connected. Otherwise (i.e., if your PDA is not Wi-Fi enabled), you will still be able to connect to the internet whenever it is connected to your PC (which should be on-line, of course).
Anyway, if you happens to miss your device's user guide, feel free to download it from this location.
Just my 2 cents...
Somehow, the file that stores all of your contact and calendar data got corrupted, and the Calendar program crashed when opening. To fix the problem, rename the pim.vol file on the system root (it's a hidden file; I use Total Commander for file browsing on my device, which shows hidden files by default) to something like pim.vol.bak. You should now be able to open your Calendar, Contact, and ActiveSync again.
I don't know if you are still around and checking this, but it came up at the top of a google search, so hopefully, anyone else who finds this problem will be able to see the solution without having to hard reset their device.
I assume that your sound is turned on and the volume is turned up. Try earphones. If they work the speaker is possibly damaged or the jack plug connections are bad. If they don't, the amp section is possibly damaged.
In case you still have not been able to solve your problems I can help you!
1. Just connect the PDA and your Vista laptop the way you used to with WinXP (cradle, USB). The PDA will be detected as "Windows Mobile Device" and you should be automatically asked by Vista for sync configuration. You will have to get used to the "Windows Mobile Device" interface.
you also have a connection manager on the PDA Itself ( Active sync ) Try syncing from the PDA as Well As The Computer Active Sync Program.
Also make sure if you have a firewall, you allow the PDA into it as a trusted Device.
Mike @ Compurepair.
1 more thing, try on/off the PDA whilst in sync mode.
Hope This Helps.