HI, I'M NEW TO THIS FORUM AND NEED HELP WITH A GAME I PURCHASED FROM POCKETPC.COM. THE GAME IS TEXAS HOLD'EM AND I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO LAUNCH IT YET. I HAVE UNINSTALL AND RE-INSTALL THE GAME SEVERAL TIMES TRYING TO TROUBLESHOOT THE ISSUE,BUT THE GAME STILL WON'T LAUNCH. WHEN I GO TO START->PROGRAMS->GAMES ON MY PDA AND CLICK ON THE ICON IT JUST BLINKS ONCE AND DOES NOTHING.
IF ANYONE COULD HELP WITH THIS ISSUE PLEASE.....ANYTHING WILL BE HIGHLY APRECIATED......THANKS.....GLAD CAME ONBOARD
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Re: My Ipaq 3850 Won't Launch A Installed Game
Which Texas Hold'em are you referring to? There are quite a few of them. A link to it would be helpful. And what version of operating system are you running? And finally have you tried soft-reset the iPAQ and see if the game works?
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it's obsolete this device (means zero support)
HP does not have books on it, now,
so how can you learn what to do?
the only way is at hp, we are not HP here, we are fixya,
no books here.
why not ask the HP forum
Try this - don't give up Leave it charging, even if it takes three days. I sold one a few years ago on ebay and the buyer was insistent it wouldn't charge. Eventually it did start charging and there were no more problems.
Mem cards are added as storage cards and do not add up to your iPaq RAM.
You can use mem cards to add up space to install applications. (ie. it is something similar to installing a new Harddrive on your PC). However the physical RAM of your iPaq cannot be extended.
PocketPC programs have small RAM requirements so your PDA's built-in RAM will suffice.
As far as the maximum card size if I understood your question right, if your iPaq comes with Windows Mobile v5 or earlier, it supports SD cards up to 2GB and perhaps some non SDHC standard SD cards up to 4GB. If you can upgrade to WM6, then WM6 supports SDHC cards, so you can install >4GB cards.
The default e-mail client on pocketPC 2003 is the "inbox" which is merly a utility for retreiving & sending e-mail.
There is no "outlook 2002" on pocket PC's.
The Outlook 2002 installation cd comes with most iPaqs and is intended for your pc, not your ipaq.