I wan't to use my Palm 505 USB cradle to perform HotSync on my NT4 Dell laptop. I have activated the USB port for NT4 (with R62200.exe freeware). I have downloaded NT4 version of Palm Desktop 4.1 for my palm (with PalmDesktop41SP03ENG.exe freeware). Now I can't find how to select USB port in the HotSync.Setup menu. How do I proceed in order to enable hotsync via USB ? Thanks for help.
I wish I had found you two weeks ago! That help, though simple, was fantastic - thank you. I had no idea that Pocket Mirror was on the CDROM as it was set on autostart so it launched into the Palm Software installation straight-off. I've got a few problems to sort out with it but so far it has Sync'ed the: Addresses To Do Email not yet read Calendar ** It insists on spending a very long time thinking about 'backing-up' the handheld databases and I have to force it to close. Any ideas how to solve that little problem? I'm just about to leave for Paris so I can't pursue this anymore today, so if I may I'll follow-up at the end of the week. Meanwhile thank you for your quick response and excellent instructions. Regards
This one is simple - Tablet edition is not supported. Sorry to break the news to you but palmOne soes not support synchronization with Tablet editions of Windows. If you can get it to work, great but you cannot get direct support for it.
Right click on the Hotsync icon in the taskbar (usually at the bottom-right hand corner of the screen) and select "USB" sync, while unchecking "Serial" or "Com" options. Then, initiate the hotsync from your palm handheld, rather than computer. Hopefully this will help!
there is compatibility issue.it won't sync unless palm releases update!
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