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E330 installation How do i install my e330 onto my laptop when my cd for it is not with me?

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Download Microsoft Active Sync from the Microsoft website, that should give you a way to install it

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Palm m105 connect to laptop


If you are using a Vista 64 bit operating system then you cannot perform a Sync, I will give you a link which has the Palm desktop software to install onto the computer and make it work.
http://www.palm.com/us/support/downloads/win_desktop.html

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Forgot my password


Hard-Rest and please re-install the system.

Apr 16, 2008 | Toshiba e330 Pocket PC

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Systemproblems with Toshiba e330


Here is an easy proposal for troubleshooting. Did you push the ON/OFF button for a few seconds? Did you switch the battery and wait between switching a few minutes? If the pda doesn't work after this troubleshooting you should go to a Service partner because there could be a hardware problem.

Sep 11, 2005 | Toshiba e330 Pocket PC

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GPS on a e330


In my opinion there is no reason that it will not work properly. As far as I know lot of PDA`s are sold in Germany with GPS. Only problem can be GPS hardware. If you want to buy some please check which ports they need to work properly.

Sep 11, 2005 | Toshiba e330 Pocket PC

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Screen light defect?


I had a similar problem after removing battery on my e800. After battery full charging and after PDA resetting everything was OK again.

Sep 11, 2005 | Toshiba e330 Pocket PC

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GPS device not recognized


Firstly if you have a driver currently installed on your e330 for the GPS system, install it. (To uninstall - Start => Settings => System (Tab) => Remove Programs. One of the items in the list should be something like "PL-2303 USB Driver" Highlight it and click remove. You will probably be prompted for a restart to complete the process) Next, either reinstall the driver you got originally with the GPS receiver, or if you email me I will send you the one I have got. You will again need to restart your Pocket PC to complete the installation process. When you start your Tom Tom software, you may need to configure the GPS receiver. To do this, tap on the bottom right hand side of the screen, where the signal strength meter is and again tap on the signal meter on the next screen (top right corner) Next, click configure, specify your GPS hardware (I would presume you have a generic NMEA GPS?) click select, select your devices baud rate (again unless you know otherwise, and do consult your GPS receiver manual, I think the generic is 4800 and click done. Now you should have 4 options of how your GPS device connects to your Pocket Pc. The bottom option should say something like "COM4:" Select that one and within a few seconds the GPS Status should spring into life.

Sep 11, 2005 | Toshiba e330 Pocket PC

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E330 crash


Use the reset button at the back side of your PDA. Keep pressing for a few seconds.

Sep 11, 2005 | Toshiba e330 Pocket PC

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Initialize my Pocket PC


When you initialize your Pocket PC, the factory default values are reset to the status as when you originally purchased the Pocket PC e330 or e310. NOTE: When you initialise your Pocket PC, all data stored in the memory is deleted. Your Pocket PC's initially installed programs are not deleted. Before initialization your Pocket PC, remove all storage cards. To initialize your Pocket PC, please follow the steps: Turn off the power Press the power button while pressing and holding the reset switch with the stylus. Then release the power button When a screen appears, release the reset switch When initialization is completed, the Welcome screen appears. Set up the system according to the screen as in the case of startup procedure.

Sep 08, 2005 | Toshiba e330 Pocket PC

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PDA e310, e330 or e740 together with Windows NT 4.0


The Toshiba Pocket PC's e310, e330 and e740 are designed to work together with Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Millennium, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Microsoft Windows NT4.0 is an older operating system, which does not work together with the Toshiba Pocket PC's e310,e330 and e740. Technical background: The Toshiba Pocket PC's have a USB and a Infrared interface to communicate with a Computer. Unfortunately, Microsoft Windows NT4.0 does not support USB nor Infrared. Windows NT supports a serial connection, but the serial interface is not available for the Pocket PC's e310,e330 and e740. Note: There is the possibility to synchronize a PDA over Network or Modem but the ActiveSync Software, which is responsible for the synchronization, will need a "first sync" to establish a "partnership" with the PDA. This "first sync" can only be done via USB.

Sep 07, 2005 | Toshiba e330 Pocket PC

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