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Another 2003 question....Active sync problem with SMART GSM

Postby Neil Paisnel » Tue, 23 Dec 2003 05:52:12 GMT

Having installed 2003, (Active sync 3.7 on spare machine) and used my
original Active sync 3.7.1 to install a few other programs and apps, I cam
across one program that would not install with active sync.

The program was smart GSM phone manager program.  The setup prog for it
keeps telling me that Active sync is not installed properly and setup will
exit.  As I have previously installed three patches from HP, plus three
other progs using it, it is installed correctly......So anyone got any

I have gone back to 2002 and my last backup for now.  May be i should stick
with it, but I wanted 2003 for the supposed better Bluetooth support offered
by it to programs such as smart GSM with a Nokia 6310i, and I really do not
want to not use it having shelld out 2 for it.

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