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Re: Pilot: ThinkPads and HotSync Manager?
The 760 should also have a program called PS.EXE.
Run that to see the status of the COM port. I've
found that I also have to enable COM1 through that
Although it should go without saying, also check
the StartUp folder and/or the RUN= & LOAD= lines
in WIN.INI to see if there's an app being loaded
automagically that's holding on to COM1.
From: Christian Moskal <dimento@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: pilot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <pilot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sunday, September 13, 1998 1:06 PM
Subject: Pilot: ThinkPads and HotSync Manager?
>A Pilot-toting friend of mine tried to connect his Pilot cradle to the
>serial port of his ThinkPad 760EL. HotSync setup doesn't recognize
>the cradle on COM1 though. COM1 is enabled in the device manager/
>ThinkPad control panel; the infrared port is disabled. Still, no go.
>Any ideas? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
>Thanks. Best, Chris.
>ps. A PCMCIA modem is on COM2.
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