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Unable to hotsync with my computer

Receive a Fatal Alert "systemMgr.c,line:4038 I get this message whether I am hooked up to my computer or hooked to nothing. I had a tungsten prior to this and I was able to hotsync to my old information and now have it on my E2. I just cannot do another hotsync now. I am running windows xp.

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Also, if you have a new Tungsten E2 and there is no important data, I would hard reset it and then when you sync it, select the old profile of the previous Palm to see if that works.

The new Palm you have, is it a Tungsten E2 as well?

The profiles don't always carry over between different models.

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