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Do 802.11b CF Cards Work on Casio E-115?

Purchased the Linksys WCF12 CF wireless adaptor for my Casio E-115. Everything appeared to load properly, but when I attempt to access the Configuration Utility the only thing I get is the following message: Cannot find 'PRISMSTA' (or one of its components). Make sure the path and filename are correct and all the required libraries are available. The support from Linksys has been outstanding in trying to remedy this (tongue firmly in cheek!)... But, that is another story. BTW have the latest drivers from Linksys site and ActiveSync v3.6. Has anyone else had this problem? Suggested solution??? Or, is there another brand of 802.11b CF card that DOES WORK! TIA, M

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Re: Do 802.11b CF Cards Work on Casio E-115?

Figured the Problem Out... After spending an hour on the phone with Linksys they finally sent me to an upper level TechSupport person. 2 minutes later i had the answer. According to them the WCF12 card will not work with the Casio E-series due to its older OS. If you are running CE with PocketPC 2002 you won't have any problems. But since our PDA's are a little older it won't work. They did tell me that WCF11 card will work just fine with the Casio E-series. Take it for what you want, I personally haven't had any luck when talking to Linksys Tech Support. Reply With Quote

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Re: Do 802.11b CF Cards Work on Casio E-115?

I have the WCF12 and i got it working on an E-125. You have to run the setup on the CD and then plug in the card after setup completes. If you plug the card in first then do the setup it will give you that PRISMSTA error. To fix that error you must do a hard reset run the setup and then insert the card.

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Re: Do 802.11b CF Cards Work on Casio E-115?

My experience with Linksys support has been one of horror. It relates to a different product - 2 port lan printer server. I never got it to work right & it is gathering dust. Perhaps when I have time I will try it out with WinXP with native support if it is built in. Although a manufacturer may claim on his site that a particular device supports WinCE 3.0 on mips cpu you have hake it with a ton of salt. There have been some threads on this boards for the specific device you mention & suggest you contact the concerned persons directly for their opinion & experience. I have found DLink to be far more accurate in its claims than LinkSys.

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