I have had my Casio E-125 pocketPC for almost 2 years already, and it used to be connected to my laptop with Windows XP Home OS, ActiveSync 3.1, and MS Outlook 2000.
Things changed when I got a new laptop that has Windows XP Professional, Outlook 2002, and ActiveSync 3.7. I tried to connect the E125 to the laptop, but activesync keeps giving me a error saying that the device is not detected. Is there anything wrong with it? Is the E125 supported by Outlook 2002/ActiveSync3.7? Do I have to go back to Outlook 2000/ActiveSync 3.1 for it to work?
Thanks for any help and hints!!!
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Re: Need help on connecting E-125
I had problems with Activesync 3.7 with a used E-125 I bought. I tried 3.6 and it seemed to work OK at first, but I had a problem linking to Outlook / Office XP (outbox material from the PDA only). I got the original 3.1 and installed it (I also have XP home edition) and I had no problems. I would suggest that you uninstall the later version first, of course.
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One of the Microsoft PowerToys - Remote Display Control - v2.03
that will allow you to display on your
PC your PocketPC screen when it's connected (using TCP/IP, this can be
the cradle, a modem or a network card).
You can also work on your PocketPC from your PC screen with a zoomed view in 480x640 or 720x960.
The bad thing is the refresh time that is a bit slow, even with USB. If You want to connect only Monitor (LCD/CRT) to the laptop use VGA-Cable (D-Sub) ... That's all! Enjoy!
You have two possibilities to connect your PDA to internet. First one is to use connection of your PC or Notebook. Check please connection settings under Start>Settings>Connections. If you want to make automatically connection to Internet, use first option. Under “Modify” you have possibility to create new connection.
Did you already try to make connection like this?
There you can find lots of useful information how to connect PDA to Internet.
If you want to make connection using Bluetooth, look at
https://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com . There you can find Bluetooth SD Card 2 which you need for Bluetooth connection.
First of all ensure that the port selected on the EM-500 for PC connection is the same as your actusl connection - i.e. USB or serial.
There were some problems with the EM-500 cradle which would not allow communication to be established between the PDA & the PC/Laptop.
Contact Casio for rectification. It is done free of charge.
I don't know about the craddle - but I guess it should work too. I use a USB cable - and it works okay. You need to run MS ActiveSync (install v. 3.5 - it's better), and when you see a green circle in your taskbar, you can try and access Internet (your desktop should, of course, be connected to Internet).
There are 2 things you could try.
If you have a serial data cable for both the devices try using a nul modem (Casio part # SB-91 includes best nul modem ever made ) & select Hayes compatible on serial port on E-125. If you have a built in modem in ME-45 it should work.
Similarly you could use MS Outlook as an intermediary for transferring your E-125 telephone numbers to ME-45.
It sounds like you are using two different types of USB connections, one for the iPAQ and the other for the Casio. What operating system is running on the laptop? How many USB ports are there? You might have to reboot when you want to change from one USB connector to the other.
If you have two USB ports, always connecting a USB connect to the same port (iPAQ #1, Casio #2) might help the OS keep track of what is connected to it.
You will need 2 things.
Software to load on your E-125. The included Cd with your Nokia should have it.
You will need a special cable to connect Nokia to E-125. I don't know where you will find it easily.
There is a firm in Finland which makes all kinds of cables to connect different models of Cassiopeias to different models of mobile phones - essentially Siemens, Nokia & Ericsson. They run about US$ 50/=
Last time I saw their listing it was 4 pages long. You might have to do some searching on the net or contact Casio for information.
Hope this helps.