I have the opportunity to get a barely used Philips Nino 500 and I was wondering if I can still use it connected to my desktop. The philips - as I understand it uses Windows CE 2.11 as a platform and my desktop has Windows XP Home. Are these two operating systems compatable or is the Nino too old? Any help would be appriciated as I know nothing about PDAs.
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If the support cd driver for your printer is only up to windows xp then probably you need to install the appropriate driver for windows vista to get your printer work. Be sure that also you properly connect the printer to your computer in order for the operating system to detect the printer and search for the necessary driver for it.
You can't update windows on Nino. Nino has non-flash rom so one way to change the windows is to change the rom-chip. A few years ago the rom chips were avable from Philips until they had discontinued Ninos in '99.