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Contacts will not sync

Using the palm contacts, I cannot get the contacts to sync. Sync goes into a loop. I can get all other functions to sync between desktop and treo, but not contact. Am not using outlook using Windows xp, Installed Act, and really had problems, so unintalled, that is when the problem started

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  • jeff ross Sep 05, 2006

    Have found that the Address area is the problem.
    I have all areas marked to do nothing, except address.
    When I sync now, the treo shuts down 15 seconds after it starts to sync with the address.
    gives error code 6410 connection lost.
    gone through all the Palm notes on 6410, and even installed FileZ, but found I do not have the expertise to use this program.
    I can sync with all other areas of the palm except my address book.
    Do not really want to re-enter all into my desktop manually.

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Turned on this morning and screen shows access powered then changes to palm screen. can not get to complete start up and get into any other of the phones functions. removed battery and let set for 30 minutes. put battery back in an it keeps doing the same thing. HELP

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I had this exact same problem did everything U discribe. I even change cables stood in the wind facing north and sacrificed a small animal (hahaha) I called Palm, they said do ahard reset. (haha) reinter 24 day of data manually into the desktop, I dont think so. Then I shut down all the conduits but calender. then I set the conduit to have the handheld over-write the desktop. PROBLEM solved!! No data loss No hard reset No re-entering data. I then folowed up with several test syncs in several conduit configs, including test data in both desktop and handheld. hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 21, 2007

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