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Re: how do i sync my laptop to my HP IpaQ hand held
You have to use a driver to connect then a software to mediate with your ipaq and your laptop so u use bluetooth or uab cable as a connector and try to get the software and driver downloaded from the hp support site
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You actually sync the iphone to the laptop, download itunes (it's free) and follow the tutorials. Don't forget to connect your phone via usb and it should come up in the left hand pane under "devices" in itunes.
A replacement screen will cost $150+. You might want to get something on Ebay, like the same model with a bad power supply, or bad hard drive, and just swap out the screen. The flat ribbon cables are critical in their placement into their sockets. Make sure the ribbons are well seated, before closing the clamps.
Uninstall the Mobile Device Center. Be sure to download and install the LATEST from Microsoft. Make sure your device is NOT connected until after installtion. DISABLE all firewalls for a 15 minute interval. Then just plug in and you should bet set. When you reboot you should be good you may get a pop-up from your firewall, just allow it.
Do you have the Jabra bluetooth part that goes into your computer? You have to go to your phone settings under bluetooth and make it sync up. Your phone will sync, not your headset. You are trying to sync the wrong thing.