Well, I did try it. Now I have a Japanese Intellesync on my computer.
According to that site:
The Zaurus Software for the PC (Windows) does not use UniCode and hence displays garbage when run on an English version of Windows (even if you have installed the Japanese language pack and your browser can display Japanese websites without problems). To fix this, change the default Windows system locale to Japanese and restart Windows. Then run X:\PCSOFT\Setup.exe from the Zaurus CD-ROM and you will be able to read the Japanese.
I couldn't figure out what he meant, because in the Control Panel application "Regional and Language Options" there was nothing called "locale". So I just ignored this part and proceeded. It looked like Intellisync and the NDIS drivers installed (the two items I asked for), and I now have that Zaurus Manager on the task bar. I changed the hostname in Zaurus Manager to "QQ" and the host IP to 192.168.129.101 (I'm assuming, maybe wrongly, those fields refer to the PC, not the Zaurus). But when I go into PC Link on the Zaurus, and try to set it to USB-TCP/IP (advanced) mode (which has to match the mode on the Zaurus Manager in the PC), I get an error "AlertUSB" and it does not accept the change.
Anyone run into this?
I found this thread:http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...846&hl=alertusb
which is useful, and explained about that AlertUSB error (need to pull the USB cable before making changes).
Also there was an interesting link to some instructions that explain how to install this stuff:http://www.trisoft.de/download/c3000sync.zip
Following those instructions, everything worked up till the telnet, which failed. Also a ping from the Zaurus to the PC fails. The device manager does see the "SL Series Ver 3" in the network adapters, and in my network connections window, I see that it is connected.
Well, I'll keep digging around, maybe I can find the problem.