Windows 7 and synching with Pocket PC


M

Mark

Having resolved my initial issues of getting Money 2004 to work with Windows
7 (reading through the previous topics was really helpful, so thanks everyone
for their comments - definitely try the Run as Administrator option - worked
for me!), I have finally given up trying to solve the latest one and will
have to ask for help.

I synchronise Money 2004 on my PC with my PDA which runs Windows for Pocket
PC 2003. Or at least I used to until I upgraded to Windows 7 on my desktop.
Now I can't get it to synchronise at all. Windows Mobile Device Center
(WMDC) doesn't want to install the Pocket PC application.

I tried using Ultrasoft Money, but can't stand it. I would really prefer to
use Money for Pocket PC.

Has anyone had any success in getting it into WMDC so it can sync?

Thanks, Mark
 
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Bob

I talked to Windows 7 Product support when I first tried to sync my Pocket
PC and they say that Mobile Pocket PC 2003 is not supported in Windows 7.
You need to upgrade to a newer version of Mobile – I would think at least
Mobile 5. Your older Pocket PC is out of luck. Can you put a copy of Windows
XP on a virtual machine somewhere that can access the USB port?


"Mark" wrote in message


Having resolved my initial issues of getting Money 2004 to work with Windows
7 (reading through the previous topics was really helpful, so thanks
everyone
for their comments - definitely try the Run as Administrator option - worked
for me!), I have finally given up trying to solve the latest one and will
have to ask for help.


I synchronise Money 2004 on my PC with my PDA which runs Windows for Pocket
PC 2003. Or at least I used to until I upgraded to Windows 7 on my desktop.
Now I can't get it to synchronise at all. Windows Mobile Device Center
(WMDC) doesn't want to install the Pocket PC application.


I tried using Ultrasoft Money, but can't stand it. I would really prefer to
use Money for Pocket PC.


Has anyone had any success in getting it into WMDC so it can sync?


Thanks, Mark
 

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