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Active sync I have fully installed active sync in my pc but ti will not recognise my mobilepro from the usb connection. My mobile pro comes up with a message that i have been disconnected from the host pc, can anyone help me please?

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Do you have the proper drivers installed? Try here for USB to Computer Drivers if you have Windows XP: http://hpcmonex.net/nec900/files/soft/nec/activesyncusb.zip Also make sure that you have Activesync 3.8 or other version of 3. You can find it here: http://www.hpcfactor.com/ftp-root/software/microsoft/activesync/activesync-38/MSASYNC.EXE

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