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ActiveSync Problems Hi all Has anyone had any problems with ActiveSync just ceasing to work on this iPAQ - out of the blue? One minute it was completely fine, the other it just refuses to work. I have done all sorts in order to try and resolve this, including: 1. Soft reset. 2. Hard reset. 3. Uninstall/reboot/re-install activesync. 4. Install on a completely different PC. Nothing has got it working again. Any ideas would be most appreciated, since without ActiveSync this thing is just a glorified and very expensive phone! Thanks.

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Re: ActiveSync Problems

If you tried it on two different desktops and you tried it after a hard reset, I would say that you have narrowed it down to a hardware problem. When you tried it on the two PCs did you use the same cable to connect it? If yes you might want to try a different cable or if possible you can you try a bluetooth sync? If a different cable or bluetooth doesn't work you probably need to have the device repaired.

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