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My T5 Palm stopped syncing (USB) for no apparent reason....I already deleted all USB hubs and ports (WIN-XPSP2) and reinstalled PALM from scratch...but, nothing...the closest it got was a fast flash (1sec) of the sync screen and gone...

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Cable might have connectivity issue you may try wireless sync or you may create new profile and test again

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