> I was told that I can not transfer Data from my Sharp OZ-750 to my Desktop computer with Windows XP Software.because the OZ-750 was not compatable >>> Is This True or False ?
> I was told the Sharp OZ-750 is Compatable with Microsoft Windows 98 -
I have an older Laptop with Windows 98.
>>> Could you tel me how to safely Transfer and COPY my OZ-750 Data
so I have a Backup for a lot of info I have save over the Years. ?
*** I have to do soon because my OZ-750 has 3 Keys that do not work now and I think it may stop or not Function in the near future. ?
*** Or I would like to put this DATA on a CD or DVD if this is safer or easier.. ? Thanks very Much for any info, Pat Walker - email@example.com
>>> I may get the OZ-770 > Is this as great as the OZ-750 Sharp ???
Exchanging Information with a Personal Computer Using included Organizer Link software (Day-Timer Organizer SHARP Edition) and cable (Docking Module), you can exchange data with a personal computer. This makes it possible, for example, to use the unit when outside your home or office, then later transfer the data you have entered on the Organizer to your desktop computer.
To setup the Organizer for use with the Organizer Link: 1. Make sure the unit is turned off. 2. Plug the Docking Module into the jack on the Organizer and into the PCs serial port (e.g. COM1). See the Quick Start Guide for details.
3. Turn on the Organizer, press to activate the PC SYNC (PC LINK) mode. Your Organizer is now ready to transfer data. Consult the Day- Timer Organizer SHARP Edition HELP file regarding subsequent transfer procedures. Press at any time to exit the PC-Link mode. If you leave the Organizer in PC Link mode, more power is consumed from the batteries than usual, and the auto power off function does not work. To conserve battery power, always press to leave the PC Link mode as soon as you have finished transferring data.
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You need the cable that came with the wizard. I think it is a serial cable. Then you need the software that came o a disk with the device. Does not matter, what port you use, serial or USB you always first need to install the software before you can connect it to the computer and work with it. Sometimes you still can fine the old software on the site of the producer of the device. (Sharp this time)
Have you tried transferring with the original software for the device? Here is a page with download links for the original software, also here is a free trial software that claims it can transfer this data.
Hi you can use Bluetooth, or if you have the cable to connect from the Zaurus to the computer you have make the connection and make sure the computer recognize the Zaurus before you can do any transfer.
what OS/windows are you using? all you need is ms activesync (98, ME, 2000, XP)/mobile device center (vista)latest version which is downloadable form MS website. with that, you can sync your phone data to your computer. use ms outlook to sync all your data and transfer it to another phone.
A quick and dirty method of getting your data to near flat file format is to find a computer with the old RS-232 serial port and use a third party software called "Rupplynx" v 6.0 or 6.1 to download the data from the Wizard to the Rupplynx software on the PC. The backup/extracted files that you create with this software will be binary but the address book, memo etc data portion of the file will be ASCII text that is readable (beware, even the secret entries are readable so you will have to guard the computer that the files are on). A better but slower way is to copy and paste the uploaded and displayed data text in the Rupplynx 3rd party software to a Word document or plain *.txt file. I did this for the most important data since I also had about 10 years worth of memos and contacts.
I copied the whole subdirectory with the binary files from a windows XP computer that had an RS-232 port to a Windows vista computer and the program ran fine so that I could get the data into a compatible format such as Word or plain text file format. (via copy and paste) Rupplynx also has an export option to export to different file formats...
Do an ALL RESET. The only way i know of to do it is to hold the ON and Reset at the same time. Then select yes at the promt. Then wait 2 mins and take out batteries. Reinsert and turn on. it will re-format. This is the only way i know of how to ressurect it, but it deletes ALL you data.
Assume that your Visor is your data respository. So you should make sure that you have an up-to-date synchronization from the NT PC.
Now get the XP compatible software for your Visor from the palmOne website and install it on the XP box. I assume that you will be synching via USB this time - this is the default setup when you install the software. Hopefully you still have the USB cradle that came with the Visor. You can still use serial sync with XP but you should try to take advantage of the speed of USB on the new PC.
Download for XP & Visors: http://www.palmone.com/us/support/downloads/visor/win_desktop_401.html
Once the software is installed, sync with the new computer and all your data should be copied from the Visor to your PC in the first synchronization. By the way, Outlook shouild be installed on the new computer before you install the Visor software; otherwise the installer will not offfer to install the PocketMirror conduits.