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ActiveSync I have a new hx4700 for a few weeks now. Everything seems to work fine until this morning. When I connect the hx4700, it kept trying to sync but not successful. It kept giving me message that one or more information was not sync and recommend that I disconnect the device and reconnect again. I tried several time, but it's still not working. I even uninstalled and reinstalled active sync. I need some help.

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Try soft reset on your Ipaq and a restart of your PC.

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