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Trying to hotsync kills the pda

I had to hard reset my pda. after doing that i tried to resync and it ran through the whole process and then imploded - getting stuck in a loop where the only thing happening is the logo flashing every 3 seconds or so....got a new PDA due to other issues and same thing. any ideas?

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Re: Trying to hotsync kills the pda

You must have a 3rd party or a driver from a prior different palm os device causing the problem. You will need to rename your C:\Program Files\palmone\Username\Backup\ directory to allow the first sync. It will create a new one. The double click on the files in the old Backup one at a time to determine which one to avoid or reinstall the apps one by one.

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you may want to run through a few troubleshooting tricks
first try pulling out any extra USB type items that you remove and replace frequently (like a flash drive) and restart your computer after its done booting up you can try hotsyncing again. Make sure what you wanted to put on your PDA is still in the Hotsync manager box.
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Tungsten Es are excellent PDAs and it doesn't have too many problems besides being too "basic". A problem like not hot syncing probably isn't an indicator of something really bad unless you've dropped it too many times.
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