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Need help on connecting E-125

Hi all, I have had my Casio E-125 pocketPC for almost 2 years already, and it used to be connected to my laptop with Windows XP Home OS, ActiveSync 3.1, and MS Outlook 2000. Things changed when I got a new laptop that has Windows XP Professional, Outlook 2002, and ActiveSync 3.7. I tried to connect the E125 to the laptop, but activesync keeps giving me a error saying that the device is not detected. Is there anything wrong with it? Is the E125 supported by Outlook 2002/ActiveSync3.7? Do I have to go back to Outlook 2000/ActiveSync 3.1 for it to work? Thanks for any help and hints!!! scravo

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Activesync I had problems with Activesync 3.7 with a used E-125 I bought. I tried 3.6 and it seemed to work OK at first, but I had a problem linking to Outlook / Office XP (outbox material from the PDA only). I got the original 3.1 and installed it (I also have XP home edition) and I had no problems. I would suggest that you uninstall the later version first, of course.

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I doubt it... I mean it is unlikely there is any incompatibility there. Go to your device manager and make sure that your USB ports are installed and configured properly for your USB cradel.

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