I got a second hand lifedrive with its installers, keyboard and connectors. but there is an application (bible reader) that was previously installed. how may i remove this so i can install other applications (iSilo) and references i use more often?
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you need to look for a new program that can read PDF files... like adobe pdf reader... so what you need to do is uninstall your pdf reader, download a new version (even if its the same because the one you have now is corrupt and malfunctioning) and then install it to enjoy what you need to do..
i hope that now you can understand the solution and fix your problem...
When you replaced the keyboard you could have dislodged the video connector/cable. This connector would be located near the top edge of the keyboard. Remove the keyboard and check the video connector/cable, remove and insert the connector again then install the keyboard.
Yes, you can use it but DO NOT INSTALL "Documents to go". The version of this software is not compatible with Vista and Sync will hang at it.
If you have already installed it, just -> remove programs -> uninstall "Documents to go"
Disable (do nothing option) sync of "Documents to go" using the application, not from HotSync Manager.
palm os is a flash rom built into the device, the only way your going to be able to do this (which will risk the device itself and i highly recommend NOT doing) is if you can get your hands on a flash tool to flash the ROM with your version of pocket pc os. i have never seen it done, but there are rumors that a palm treo 670 has windows mobile 2003SE on it. i just wouldnt recommend doing it because you could and probably will make your device useless and therefore will have to replace it. anyway, i strongly recommend you to not do this unless you are really good with computers
This morning I downloaded LifeDrive Update 1.0, and when I did a HotSync afterwards, I got an error message saying,
Handheld Tasks application database version not supported.
Handheld Notes application database version not supported.
Now my contacts, memos, tasks, calendar entries and possibly other items are all gone!! This is the core data that is the reason why I use a PDA! I would be totally distraught, except that the data does still seem to exist in Outlook on my PC.
I am running Outlook 2002, SP3 on a WinXP machine. Can anyone help to fix this problem?