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Jornada 565 - Downloading software - format

I'm trying to download software for my 565 and I'm asked which format between MIPS, SH3, Strongarm. This is chinese to me. Which one do I have? P.S. I'm trying to allow points to those who helped me in the past...where do I go??? Thanks in advance for your assistance.

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Hi.i have a pocket pc hp jornada. my screm broked.
wold be i use the extern keybord?

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Hi, MIPS, SH3, and StrongARM are types of processors used in handheld PCs. Some software requires a specific processor to run. For instance, Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 requires a StrongARM processor. The Jornada 565 has a 206MHz StrongARM processor.

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