Am trying to get Remote Display control (software bundled with the IPAQ) to run on a W2K desktop with the above IPAQ. The IPAQ connects to the PC, but the remote display control doesnt pick up anything. Futhermore, when closing down remote display control, an error message "error 10004 from accept" comes up. Has anyone ever come across this before?
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This thing is obsolete, nobody uses them now,
why not ask HP this, and not fixya, HP made it why ask here.
here is HP.. help pages
the product pages are deleted now, gone. with the wind.
w2000 is also a dead OS, 100% totally dead and not supported.
why not upgrade to w7? that is supported today.?
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You may encounter problems trying to
change your display settings if you have a certain policy set to
prevent you from doing so. If you try and run the display control panel
applet either by right clicking on the desktop and selecting properties
or clicking on Display from Control Panel you may receive the following
message or something very similar.
Your System Administrator disabled the Display Control Panel
To fix this problem you can perform a simple registry fix.
Start the registry editor by clicking on Start, Run and then type in regedit and click Ok.
Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
If you have an entry for NoDispCPL, double click it to open it
If not you can create it by going to the Edit menu and selecting New and then DWORD value
Enter a name of NoDispCPL and press enter
Once you have this entry you should double click it and set the value to 0
Go to start, and click control panel. In the list somewhere there should be a "display" settings option. Click on display and change the resolution to a higher one. I can walk you through the process step by step if you tell me what operating system you are using (ie. windows xp, windows vista)
The board is probably good but I've seen this many times when folks try to upgrade old computers. The drivers included with XP aren't working on your machine. It's not working with W2K because when you formatted the HD with XP it removed the IBM label from the HD. You should use your recovery disks to restore the drive.
goto control panel select install/unistall programs and delete/uninstall incd ...you can reinstall it if you want with update software but you dont really need it.
at the moments it is causing conflicts and needs to be removed.