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m4rky6662002

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I have been trying to install the PHM Reg Edit program on my MDA Compact iii.

I have downloaded the ActiveSync installer from the PHM website.
If I double click the installed it looks as though its working but when ActiveSync pops up the PHM RegEdit software is not listed as an installed app.

I thought id try and install by hand using the CAB file:
I have looked on my PC in the \Program Files\PHM folder and noticed there are a few cabs.
Which one do I need to copy to my MDA??
They seem to be for ARM or MIPS devices. Which is the MDA??

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The MDA Compact III is ARM.

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Thansk for that info.

Do you know hich of the following I should ARM cabs I should use then?

regedit.Jup_ARM.CAB
regedit.Mrln_ARM.CAB
regedit.Rpr_ARM.CAB
regedit.Stngr_ARM.CAB

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Thansk for that info.

Do you know hich of the following I should ARM cabs I should use then?

regedit.Stngr_ARM.CAB

use the stngr file

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