Palm Treo 700wx/WindowsMobile5/VistaHomePremiumx86/WMDC not connec

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by SthrnDixieCwgrl, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. In the past 2 months since I have gotten Vista I have had issues with my
    device connecting to Vista. I have my device connect to back up my contacts,
    calendar, other information on it, and have it connect so I can get online.
    There was a point when the problems stopped. Recently I have had it connect
    and a minute later disconnect. Then I would have have to unplug it and
    re-plug it 10-15 times before it would stay connected for lengthy amounts of
    time. I have uninstalled Mobile Device Center, restarted Windows, plugged
    the device in the USB port, and then installed Mobile Device Center. I have
    been told that Windows Mobile 5 is not fully compatible with Windows Vista
    and it is better used with Windows XP. I have also gotten the following
    error message every time I successfully complete a synchronization:

    Sync Error

    Partnership: Treo
    Sync item: Treo
    Severity: Error

    Details
    Microsoft Office OneNote: attention required

    How do I fix any of this. I even have Microsoft Office Mobile 6.1
    (including OneNote) installed on my device.

    Any information will be appreciated.
     
    SthrnDixieCwgrl, Feb 28, 2008
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  2. I would expect that to be a 'safely remove hardware' problem. The device may
    be write caching, and that should be disabled to use the plug N Play like
    that. I would guess you need to choose between not using write caching, and
    using the 'safely remove hardware' notification area icon.
    Not having used a Treo, you will have to look around in the device
    properties (Policies tab?) to see if my guess is of any help.

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    Mark L. Ferguson, Feb 28, 2008
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