Toshiba E - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
No, but if you hook up a computer connecting to the internet through that phone line to the router, i think you can share that internet connection with the pocketpc.
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on Mar 25, 2020
I dropped my Toshiba e755
My suggestion would be to hook it up to an external monitor and see what happens during the boot, if you get a screen showing up there then your screen is damaged, if not then you may have other problems, for instance if the power cable was in at the time, then the power connector is easily broken. When dropping a laptop, many problems can be created, including damaged hard drive to name one. You need a repair centre that has the correct diagnostic tools to find the problem. Keeping in mind the fix may not be worth the cost as these are so cheap these days.
on Nov 13, 2018
Wireless Lan: I hadn't used my e755 in a very
You did not say what wireless you are using. The e755 is the PDA and it is having trouble with the connection to the wireless lan. There have been a lot of updates to the wireless devices because of security issues. IT could be that the PDA can not talk to the wireless because the wireless is updated. You may have to reset the PDA and have it discover the wireless connection all over again.
on Jan 22, 2018
"Pocket PC 2002 Update 1.0"
Microsoft Pocket PC 2002 Update 1 official statement
This document provides useful information for end users and IT professionals to successfully update Microsoft® Pocket PC 2002 with the Microsoft® Server ActiveSync® client. It also outlines improvements to the Pocket PC 2002 software included in the update.
Microsoft® Server ActiveSync® client gives users the ability to synchronize directly through Microsoft® Mobile Information 2002 Server with their Microsoft® Exchange Server.
Improved support for Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) connections to correct problems experienced when connecting to read e-mail or browse the Web while away from the office.
Improved connection support in instances where a specific Internet Protocol (IP) address must always be used. Connection Manager no longer reverses static IP addresses and Domain Name System (DNS) server names.
Improved Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) support for additional programs you can download or buy for your Pocket PC 2002. If you encountered problems with new programs crashing on your device, this update will help prevent future crashes.
Improved viewing of Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) pages.
Improved e-mail support for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) servers.
Further improvements have benn made in the following features:
POOM (Pocket Outlook Object Model)
To download this MS Pocket PC Update 1.0 from our Download files area click here
Download and unpacking instructions:
To download the file, simply "click" the desired file or link and select save to disk. Download the file to a known directory on your hard disk drive. For example: c:\Temp
Open Windows Explorer and locate the "downloaded file" on your hard disk drive.
Use an unpacker program to extract the files to a known location on your hard drive. The shareware WinZip unpacker can be downloaded from http://www.winzip.com
on Jun 02, 2016
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