Tungsten E- Synch appears to work but nothing actually happens
I've been using a Tungsten E with a laptop running Windows XP Home for about a year. I recently replaced my old laptop with a Gateway, also running Windows XP Home. I downloaded the Palm desktop software and everything looked fine. I checked the conduit settings also fine. I ran the hotsync and that appeared fine too and unbelievably fast. That was yesterday. Today it was the same, except this time, I actually looked to see if anything had changed on the Tungsten or my desktop. No, they hadn't. I tried resetting the conduits so that, for example, teh desktop was set to overwrite the PDA and then vice versa. The synching took a bit longer but the result (lack of result) was still the same: no matter what I did, nothing changed on either the PDA or the laptop. Yet the log says that the synch operation was successful, everytime.
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you cannot blame windows xp because according to me it is such OS that it removes many problems of windows 7 and vista.windows 7 and vista makes your pc much slow and many features dont work but windows xp is free from these errors.actually you hear the sound but nothing appears on the screen.this is because your cpu fan is running which takes somes time to stop.may be some problem of the hardware especially the mainboard.go to any repair shop and just get it checked.
Step 1 - Remove non bootable media Remove any floppy disks, CD's or USB sticks from your computer and restart. If NTLDR is missing error appears again, Do the Next Step.
Ensure you boot the system from the CD. The system will then boot into the Windows XP Setup. At the welcome screen press 'R' to enter the Recovery Console At the recovery console, select your Windows XP installation and enter your Administrator password if requested At the command prompt issue the following commands and press ENTER after each command: fixboot fixmbr Remove your Windows XP CD and restart the computer If the NTLDR is missing error appears again after reboot, Try the Next Step. It is sometimes necessary to run or re-run the Windows XP Setup repair process If it did not solve your issue re-insert your Windows XP CD and run Windows Setup again
Verify the setting via Manage accounts on your XP machine (the one the email client works on) in whatever email client you use on it and verify and edit if need be the setting in your Windows Live Mail on your Vista home Laptop.