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Re: PowerPoint IPAQ 3115
I found a program called PocketSlides that you may want to look into. Doesn't look like there is a pocket pc version of powerpoint. Here is the link http://www.ipaqhq.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10670 Goodluck!
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This happened to me and i got so mad that i broke the screen. But that was a good idea because then i got a new screen and now it works fine. Just get another screen and it should work fine. or you can just get the digitizer part and swap out your LCD parts.
All you need is Activesync which can be obtained from this link..
and you need OUTLOOK installed and configured.
It's important not to cradle the Ipaq until you are told to from Activesync.
Try the following before you try to connect again...
From your PC ..........
with IPAQ cradled
click on Start, Control Panel
Double-click on System
Click on Hardware, then Device Manager
Click on '+' to left of Universal Serial Bus Controllers
Click on '+' to left of Windows CE USB Devices
Right Click on HP USB Sync
I am guessing that you have made sure that it is fully charged. If it is, since you have only had it a week I would try a hard reset. I don't know if the 3115 has them but check to make sure that any battery door lock switches are locked.
the ipaq automatically adjusts for daylight savings but the PC does not.
On your PC double click on clock, click on Time Zone tab and then on that screen you will see the box that needs to be checked.
also check that both PC and IPAQ are set to same time-zones.
If it's completely dead USB probably can't do it at all. There's a voltage threshhold, and USB only puts out about half the voltage needed to get over it. USB usually won't manage when thenbattery's below 30%.
Try connecting the iPaq directly to the AC adapter.