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Ipaq stuck on blue and white screen

Thanks much for the possible solution, I'm going to pick up a new memory card and try to download it off of that since my Ipaq will not sync. Unless you have an easier way to do it. When I insert the memory card into the Ipaq will it automaticly start to boot or do I need to do anything to it. Thanks again for your assistance.
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  • lacasper Aug 28, 2008

    Thanks a million for the tip it worked like a charm on my older dell with xp. now i just have to find my disk with my powerpoint on it and I'll be rollin, Thanks again.

    SSG Casper

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Not sure about the memory card way, active sync didn't work on mine either and from what I read it won't but my machine automatically sync'd on starting the sp29841 application file I downloaded from the HP site (the sync can take a while). Active sync didn't start to work again until it was restored through that (up to that the PC didn't recognise the ipaq as connected either). Hope you get it sorted.
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