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a. Plug the USB sync cable into a USB port on the back of your computer b. Plug the cable into your handheld [ & ] OPTIONAL Press the power button to turn on your handheld if it is not already on. Continue with the onscreen instructions. Synchronize your handheld with your computer by pressing the sync button on the USB sync cable.
i dont know if this is a network specific thing, but i have a htc tytn II which runs very similar, got to programs, then acessories, and select internet sharing whilst you have the pc connected either by bluetooth or usb, this will disconnect from active sync and become a usb network device thing. i do this lots to i know it works.
Make sure u have Bluetooth Sharing ticked in ur Sharing preferences (in the 'Internet & Network' part of ur System preferences) when using Bluetooth file transfer method (the USB/Mass storage wasnt working)...this fixed my Blueetooth issues Woohoo!
You have to have nokia PC suite installed on your pc, and sync via the usb cable or bluetooth. Pc suite works well with vista and xp and is seamless with bluetooth if your laptop supports it. What are you running on your laptop? and what are you syncing with? Outlook2003?