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Has anyone been able to sync an E-100 using the infrared port with a Windows 2000 laptop?

I'm starting to get the typical, eventual problem of the connection port having a break in the solder and thought I could just switch to infrared. HA!

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Re: Has anyone been able to sync an E-100 using the...

Depending on the manaufacturer of the notebook the option may be available either in the bios settings or in the control panel/system. If I remember correctly in Win2k this would be in computer management / device manager. If the IR port is visible in the control panel - which is the default in most of the notebooks I have seen - you will have to disable it for the 9 pin port to be available to external devices.

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Re: Has anyone been able to sync an E-100 using the...

You might find it slow but it very definitely works. Make sure that in the windows system setup com1 is assigned to th IR hardware & not the serial port (9 pin) hardware.

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