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I have a laptop with Linux program is there any way I can use polar ProTrainer 5 in this or I have to install windows again to use it properly? or the connecting problems may be the Infrared connection???

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  • Adnan Bhatti
    Adnan Bhatti May 30, 2010

    Did you try Wine/Cedega?

  • riina2108 May 30, 2010

    what are Wine/Cedega??? I just bought POLAR CS600... I have no idea what the problem is..

  • Adnan Bhatti
    Adnan Bhatti May 30, 2010

    Wine and Cedega are two Linux utilities that allow installation of Windows software.

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