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  1.    #1  
    Hallo!
    Yesterday I bought a brand new iMac G5. Everything worked fine except the Palm application. The software didn't seem to install properly, so I deleted all files and proceeded to install the update 4.2.1. revB. It installed properly, but the device doesn't sync with the computer.

    I've tried the Mac chat service without success.
    I've tried the 'Activate sync for PalmOs' in the iSync menu bar without success.
    Now I've tried to follow some steps regarding the conduits:


    1. On your Mac, click the Finder icon in the Dock.
    2. Choose Go > Go to Folder
    3. Type /Library/Application Support/Palm HotSync and click Go.
    4. Open the Conduits folder.
    5. Select these conduits:
    Address Conduit
    Calendar Conduit
    Contacts Conduit
    Datebook Conduit
    Tasks Conduit
    ToDo Conduit
    6. Drag and drop these conduits into the Disabled Conduits folder.
    Now, all Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks will be synchronized through iSync.

    But I don't understand where the Disabled Conduits folder is!
    Please, can you help me out with that?
    Thanks in advance!


    stradivari
  2. #2  
    I just upgraded to Tiger the other day and had the same "unable to sync" problem the first time i tried to sync via bluetooth. Here's the easy fix:

    1) under applications, click on the PALM folder.
    2) then double-click HOTSYNC MANAGER...the hotsync software setup box will appear
    3) click on CONNECTION SETTINGS
    4) then make sure the correct setting is checked. (for me, i had to uncheck the bottom 2 items and check the second item (bluetooth-pda-sync-port).)

    After these easy 4 steps, i had no problem hotsyncing via bluetooth.

    Good luck!

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