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Are you not able to run the activesync program despite the Vista warning? Did you try running it in compatibility mode? What happnes when you try to connect with sync center (what happens...any error messages)? Regarding the mobile device centre...did you check that McAffe and windows firewall is not blocking it from internet access?
Solution to get GPS Navman N40I working with Windows Vista. I solver the problem (most of it) by uninstalling the old activsynk witch was delivered with the manufactory CD. Then I downloaded from “http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/help/synchronize/device-center.mspx” Windows Mobile Device Center. After installing this software I connected my Navman N40I to my PC and waited to for the Mobile Device Center application to load. When it tried to gain partnership with my GPS I removed it. Voila, and the SmartST Desktop 2006 SE application was able to communicate with my GPS. Hope this will help you! Kind regards Mega A
I have a spare window mounting bracket as new , but I need SmartST 2006 SE CD Rom. If you want to do a swap , that is you send me a copy of SmartST 2006 SE and I send you bracket email me at firstname.lastname@example.org