Sep 26 2004, 10:17 AM
Hi, I habe two computers running Windows XP. One with the new service pack and one without the new service pack.
My big problem is now, that Windows XP with SP 2 cannot sync anymore with my C860. Instead of showing a progress bar window, a message with an OK button is displayed and nothing ever happens. Without SP 2 everything works fine.
I am using the driver and Intellisync software from the original Japanese CD-ROM. On both computers the USB network is running and working.
Sep 26 2004, 12:28 PM
Have you checked the wonderful (so they tell us) new WinXPsp2 firewall settings?
Sep 26 2004, 12:40 PM
SP2 is horror. I had to install it on my TabletPC because of some new handwriting features and ran into one day of reconfiguration the fullautomatic user security features
Sep 26 2004, 01:32 PM
Yes, the firewall is disabled and all the other stuff which has been enabled for the Zaurus SL NDIS Network Adapter.
Sep 26 2004, 04:13 PM
I have no problem with intellisync on xp sp2
Sep 30 2004, 01:11 PM
Ok I seem to have identified the problem:
The Zaurus network drive (Samba) can only be accessed, when the W-Lan on the Zaurus is running. Now if I transfer files, packets are sent through USB and received through Ethernet (W-Lan). Maybe this is the problem when trying to sync to.
Does anybody know how to solve this assymetric communication problem?
Oct 13 2004, 03:34 AM
So is there a problem with SP2 and sync??? ...just wondering as that annoying little icon is dying to install it on my machine
Oct 13 2004, 02:51 PM
Well I have no problem syching my 5500 running 3.13 rom to Outlook on XP SP2. I didn't experience any issues when I upgraded. I use Norton Firewall so just turned off Windows Firewall.
Oct 13 2004, 03:36 PM
I am using C860. I can't install the intellisync from the original CD. I just install the software from 5500. It works fine for me at WinXP SP2.
Oct 18 2004, 01:06 PM
Well, I got it working by disabling all network devices except the Zaurus USB one.
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