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Activesync Problem, Help Pls

Please help me snyc my Casio E-100. I have the following: PIII 450 - Win 98 Machine Outlook 2000 (Office 2000) It connected via a Com 2 serial connection. I've install the latest activesync. But when I sync the E-100 in keeps telling me there are unresolved problems when attemping to synce anything but files. Please help, I've gone through most of this board and nothing helped. Please keep in mind that it actully connects but it doesn't sync with anything but the files. Thanks, Dave

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Try the following. FIRST & FOREMOST BACKUP YOUR DEVICE TO A "CF CARD" USING THE BUILT IN "CardBackup" UTILITY. This is a much faster option than using ActiveSynch. It ca restore also much faster. Once your files have synched go to options & change the synch options to manual & file conversions to NONE. Remove or switch off the device. Next delete the partnership WITHOUT DELETING THE SYNCH FOLDER !!! Be very careful. Switch on or replace the device on the cradle. Active synch should recognise the device & offer to setup the partnership. Let it do so with "THIS COMPUTER ONLY" option. Once your device is scanned by activesynch one of the options it will offer is of combining the records. Select it & let it synch. I most cases this should solve the problem. Hope this helps.

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