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Activesync, WMDC, Ipaq and Windows 7

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I have an HP IPAQ 4155 which I bought in about 2003. http://www.pdasupport.com/Ipaq4155.htm, it runs Windows Mobile 2003 and has Windows CE 4.2 embedded.

I use Windows XP Pro on my main computer and also Activesync 4.5 to sychronise the Pocket PC with MS Office 2007.

I want to upgrade to Windows 7 soon but have discovered that Activesync 4.5 will not run on Windows 7. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-...c-download.mspx

Meaning that I would need to use Windows Mobile Device Centre (WMDC). However, as I understand, WMDC will not be any good with my device! http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-...r-download.mspx

Can anyone confirm this, or has anyone succesfully used WMDC with an old ipaq such as mine.

I love this device and would like to continue to use it, but this might be the final signal to dump it.

!!:D :D

Thanks

Dave

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I have IPAQ 514, which runs well with WMDC and WIN7

But over and all, IPAQs look old and lost its way in current happenings of Android and WinPhone7 (upcoming)

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well you are right the device is good,

but think it has been your friend for quite long time,

but i dont think you will get any support if any problem you want to solve in win 7 .

well good luck with a great device .

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