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    Could someone help me with a Tungsten E syncing problem?

    I just bough a new laptop running Windows 7 64 bit and wish to continue to use my Tungsten E with Outlook 2003. I have installed Office 2003 and Palm Desktop v6.2. When I set up desktop and run a Hotsync as part of the install process, everything gets hotsynced from my PDA to laptop just fine. I'm using a USB cable.

    But after that whenever i do a hot sync nothing gets synced to outlook and i get error messages for Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Notes that say "Outlook synchronization aborted" with a bunch of OLERR:0C-000F error codes and saying "unable to initialize outlook." The "Detect and repair" doesn't do anything.

    I've read there are no Palm drivers to allow Windows 7 to do a USB hotsync, but if that's the case why did it work during the install & setup process? Maybe because both Outlook 2003 and the Hotsync/Desktop software are both 32 bit programs?

    Any suggestions on how i can get this working without having to get an IrDA USB adapter (as has been suggested elsewhere)?


  2. #2  
    Two things -

    Right click on hot sync icon and choose run as administrator

    Right click on hot sync icon and choose troubleshoot compatibility

    This is likely one of those fun legacy app issues with Windows 7.
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    Thank you pogeypre - tried your suggestion and no change.

    However I have discovered something very strange!

    If I close Outlook 2003 and do a hotsync everything is fine (it takes much longer than it used to on my Windows XP laptop). But if Outlook is open, it won't hotsync properly.

    Does this give anyone a clue as to what the problem could be?

    thank you!
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    Well... I believe that you need the drivers:

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    I am guessing you gave up the pda or get that bluetooth hotsync is the way to go on win 7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icynow View Post
    I am guessing you gave up the pda or get that bluetooth hotsync is the way to go on win 7.
    Aceeca has the drivers for Windows 7.

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