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After Installing Windows XP Upgrade

What do i have to do i order to adjust the PDA to the system after upgrading to windows XP?

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There are drivers and utilities available to enhance operation of the system after upgrading to Windows XP. The following driver updates are available for this series: Flash BIOS (Note: This should be installed PRIOR to upgrading.) Touchpad Drivers The following utility updates are available for this series: Launch Manager Notebook Manager PowerKey Volume Control Please note: Drivers not listed on this page do not have updates. The operating system should install or detect existing drivers which will work with the new operating system.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/6-1/default.mspx

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In case you still have not been able to solve your problems I can help you!

1. Just connect the PDA and your Vista laptop the way you used to with WinXP (cradle, USB). The PDA will be detected as "Windows Mobile Device" and you should be automatically asked by Vista for sync configuration. You will have to get used to the "Windows Mobile Device" interface.

2. There is no official upgrade from WM5 to WM6. But if you surf to http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=347220, there will be help for you.

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Before installing Windows XP Upgrade


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About installed software..


I think that “Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os” called now “Windows Mobile 2003”. To upgrade your PDA to 2003SE please go to TOSHIBA Site http://www.toshiba-europe.com/. Than go to Computer systems. Under “Support &Downloads” there is option Download Drivers. Please chose your PDA and there are all useful Drivers for “Windows Mobile 2003 SE”. In every zip File there is “Upgrade Guide”. Read it. It can help you to make update without problems.

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About installed software..


I think that “Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os” called now “Windows Mobile 2003”. To upgrade your PDA to 2003SE please go to TOSHIBA Site http://www.toshiba-europe.com/. Than go to Computer systems. Under “Support &Downloads” there is option Download Drivers. Please chose your PDA and there are all useful Drivers for “Windows Mobile 2003 SE”. In every zip File there is “Upgrade Guide”. Read it. It can help you to make update without problems.

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About installed software..


I think that “Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os” called now “Windows Mobile 2003”. To upgrade your PDA to 2003SE please go to TOSHIBA Site http://www.toshiba-europe.com/. Than go to Computer systems. Under “Support &Downloads” there is option Download Drivers. Please chose your PDA and there are all useful Drivers for “Windows Mobile 2003 SE”. In every zip File there is “Upgrade Guide”. Read it. It can help you to make update without problems.

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About installed software..


I think that “Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os” called now “Windows Mobile 2003”. To upgrade your PDA to 2003SE please go to TOSHIBA Site http://www.toshiba-europe.com/. Than go to Computer systems. Under “Support &Downloads” there is option Download Drivers. Please chose your PDA and there are all useful Drivers for “Windows Mobile 2003 SE”. In every zip File there is “Upgrade Guide”. Read it. It can help you to make update without problems.

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Main memory upgrade


I have many a time wanted to increase the main memory in my PDA. Sadly, there is no way to upgrade the main memory (unless you are handy at soldering, regulating voltages, and all that fun stuff). I have seen some web sites that upgraded older Palm's main memory but never an IPAQ (ie. Pocket PC). I suggest removing the older program before installing the newer version. If you have addresses saved in the program, I would first save those to a differnt file so that the uninstall does not delete them. To uninstall the program from the PDA tap the windows button, tap settings, tap the system tab, tap memory, and finally the remove programs link near the bottom of the screen. A list will appear with all the programs loaded on your PDA. Just tap the one you want and then tap remove.

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