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- Sheldon Brown
December 27, 2006, 1:38 am
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I use Bluetooth to synch my Palm OS PDAs.
I can synch my Palm Treo 700 (and my older Sony Cli=E9 NZ90) with the
PowerMac no problem, but something has gotten deranged in my G5. It's
not a synch problem per se, but rather a Palm Transport Manager issue.
I can open Palm Desktop (v 4.2.1) with no problem, my data is all there
from the last time I succeeded in synching to the G5, possibly a couple
of months ago. The HotSync menu shows the correct PDA name.
However, If I try to open any of the other options on the HotSync menu
(Install Handheld Files, Setup, Conduit Settings, View Log) I get two
Unexpected Error #9
The other says:
Application Launch Failure
The application "HotSync Manager" could not b e launched because of
a shared library error:
I've reloaded Palm Desktop repeatedly, but I'm stuck. I'd really like
to be able to synch to this machine, which is my home machine, as well
as I can to my PowerMac at work.
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