none
Windows 7 64x XP Mode USB for Palm device

    Pregunta

  • My Palm Tungsten T2 HotSync has never supported USB with 64x. I have installed the software included with it for XP in my XP Mode but cannot get it to sync with USB or Bluetooth. It works fine in Windows 7 with Bluetooth except the old Adobe for Palm will not install. I thought the XP Mode would solve this but nada. I just use the Adobe for Palm to send docs I save as .pdf over to my Palm. I had Doc To Go 9 years ago but I need to upgrade for it to work currently and it's just to expensive to simply get a text or doc over to the Palm.
    sábado, 10 de octubre de 2009 0:36

Respuestas

  • To get the Palm T3 to hotsync in Windows 7's XP Mode window after installing Palm Desktop 4.1.4e there with Hotsync set to "Local USB":

    Press the hotsync button on the cradle, then go up to the USB menu at the top of the XP Mode window and click it.  You should see "Palm Handheld - Attach".  Click that and the hotsync should start.  Unfortunately you have to do that every time you hotsync; haven't yet found a way to attach the Palm's USB port permanently to the virtual machine - it disappears as soon as the hotsync is done, and the USB menu says "No device found."

    -Jack
    • Propuesto como respuesta Jack Wright domingo, 15 de noviembre de 2009 21:01
    • Marcado como respuesta Nicholas LiModerator miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2009 7:40
    domingo, 15 de noviembre de 2009 20:58
  • Hi,

     

    Based on my knowledge, to make a device recognized by the XP mode, we may need to let the host system, Windows 7 recognize the device properly. Considering there is no x64 driver for Windows 7 from Palm, the device could not work properly in Windows7, therefore, it may not work properly in XP Mode, either.

     

    To make this device work in Windows 7 x64 via USB cable, an x64 driver is needed. I would like to still recommend you to contact Palm regarding this.

    Note: Microsoft provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support. This contact information may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information.

     

    Thanks.  


    Nicholas Li - MSFT
    viernes, 16 de octubre de 2009 10:05
    Moderador

Todas las respuestas

  • Hi,

     

    Based on my knowledge, to make a device recognized by the XP mode, we may need to let the host system, Windows 7 recognize the device properly. Considering there is no x64 driver for Windows 7 from Palm, the device could not work properly in Windows7, therefore, it may not work properly in XP Mode, either.

     

    To make this device work in Windows 7 x64 via USB cable, an x64 driver is needed. I would like to still recommend you to contact Palm regarding this.

    Note: Microsoft provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support. This contact information may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information.

     

    Thanks.  


    Nicholas Li - MSFT
    viernes, 16 de octubre de 2009 10:05
    Moderador
  • My answer to this for my Tungsten T3 was to run the HotSynch manager in the full Windows XP virtual PC with USB and Network selected as connections and the connection manager in the host Win 7 x64 with connection set to Network.  On the Palm set your LANSync Pref to LANsync and Preferred PC to the IP address of your Win7 X64 host.  When you hit the synch button you have to attach the cradle manually before synching can take place.

    Unless there is a way to have the VM automatically recognize and attach the cradle when the button is pressed the full Virtual PC method is the only way to go.  Running the Hotsynch manager by itself as an XP mode app doesn't work since the virtual machine doesn't see the Palm cradle when it starts up in the background. 

    sábado, 24 de octubre de 2009 0:35
  • Hi GregInVancouver,

    Thanks for the info, but I have not yet been able to get my T3 to sync.  I'm sure I'm missing something simple, so I was hoping you could post more "step-by-step" instructions for dummies like me.  I am running Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit and have installed the latest version of Palm desktop and Hotsync manager on my Virtual XP machine.  Palm support has been lacking and I still love my T3.  Any help would be greatly appreciated by me and other T3 users.  Thanks in advance. 
    domingo, 01 de noviembre de 2009 16:14
  • To get the Palm T3 to hotsync in Windows 7's XP Mode window after installing Palm Desktop 4.1.4e there with Hotsync set to "Local USB":

    Press the hotsync button on the cradle, then go up to the USB menu at the top of the XP Mode window and click it.  You should see "Palm Handheld - Attach".  Click that and the hotsync should start.  Unfortunately you have to do that every time you hotsync; haven't yet found a way to attach the Palm's USB port permanently to the virtual machine - it disappears as soon as the hotsync is done, and the USB menu says "No device found."

    -Jack
    • Propuesto como respuesta Jack Wright domingo, 15 de noviembre de 2009 21:01
    • Marcado como respuesta Nicholas LiModerator miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2009 7:40
    domingo, 15 de noviembre de 2009 20:58
  • Jack,

    Your suggestion worked for me! I HotSynced my Sony SJ-22 using Palm Desktop 4.1.4. What a simple workaround.
    Thanks for the tip.

    - Bill
    miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2009 7:21
  • To get the Palm T3 to hotsync in Windows 7's XP Mode window after installing Palm Desktop 4.1.4e there with Hotsync set to "Local USB":

    Press the hotsync button on the cradle, then go up to the USB menu at the top of the XP Mode window and click it.  You should see "Palm Handheld - Attach".  Click that and the hotsync should start.  Unfortunately you have to do that every time you hotsync; haven't yet found a way to attach the Palm's USB port permanently to the virtual machine - it disappears as soon as the hotsync is done, and the USB menu says "No device found."

    -Jack
    The above advise worked for me.  I'm running Windows 7 Professional 64 bit.  I have an old Palm m500 and I'm running Palm Desktop version 4.0.1 in XP Mode.  I was able to sync all my standard Palm application appointments, note pad files, memo files, and addresses.  Thanks Jack!
    • Propuesto como respuesta freerr sábado, 20 de marzo de 2010 17:42
    lunes, 07 de diciembre de 2009 1:19
  • This solution worked perfect for me as well. Thank you so much!

    For anyone who is not familiar with WindowsXP mode, go to this link: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/download.aspx and follow the directions.

    I also found a partial work around for the problem of having to attach the the PDA every time a hotsync is done. I discovered this by learning about "Seamless WindowsXP mode" in this guide http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/1/F/81FECED0-2BA3-4029-A39E-1B00903AFC88/WXPMode_HowToGuide.pdf and also by looking in the help menu of WindowsXP mode where there is a article titled, "Use a USB device in virtual machine". . .


    First of all, you need to run Palm Deskop and Hotsync Manager in "Seamless mode." Make sure Palm Desktop and Hotsync Manager are installed in WindowsXP mode. Close WindowsXP mode if it is open. In Windows 7 go to the Programs menu and under "Windows Virtual PC" you should see "HotSync Manager (Windows XP Mode)." Run this.

    Unfortunately I did not see a shortcut there for Palm Desktop. But this can be solved by running WindowsXP mode, and making sure that the Palm Desktop shortcut is in the Start Menu of the All User profile. (It did not do this automatically for me when I installed it. It only put a shortcut in the XPMUser profile. I had to copy it to the Start Menu of the All Users Profile.) This should cause the shortcut to be published to the Windows7 start menu.

    In the Windows7 start menu select "Palm Desktop (Windows XP Mode)." This will run Palm Desktop using the Hidden WindowsXP mode. Now you have both Palm Desktop and HotSync Manager running in Hidden Windows XP Mode).

    By the way, you may want to copy the "HotSync Manager (Windows XP Mode)" shortcut into the Startup folder in Windows7 so that it starts automatically when you start the computer. Or at the very least, you may want to right click on the HotSync Manager icon in the task bar, select "Setup" and select "Available only when the Palm OS Desktop is running." That will make it so that the HotSync Manager will start automatically when you start the Palm Desktop.

    Now here is the final trick that made the whole process of syncing much faster . . . When you have the HotSyn Manager and Palm Desktop running, right click on the Palm Desktop icon in the taskbar and you should see an option called "Manage USB devices." Select this and a window will come up titled "USB Devices." Now push the hotsynch button on the cradle and you should see "Palm Handheld" show up in the "USB Devices" window. (If you don't, push the recycle button on the right.) Now select "Attach" and the hotsync should happen.

    So from now on all you have to do is run Palm Desktop, push the cradle button, and then right click on the "Palm Deskop" icon in the taskbar and select "USB Devices" and "attach." . . . .

    I know it's still quite a process compared to having a native driver, but at least it doesn't require launching WindowsXP mode thanks to the new seamless feature. . . . I hope this helps someone. :-)
    lunes, 04 de enero de 2010 3:13
  • Unfortunately i tryed this solution but it didn't work. 
    I'm trying to connect my Tungsten E to palm Desktop 4.1.4 installed in XP mode (i'm running Windows 7 Professional 32 bits). 
    Is it a "bigger" problem to connect a tungsten E using XP Mode?
    When i press the HotSync button in my palm absolutely nothing happens actually. Windows seven doesn't even try to install and so (i think) i doesn't show in the USB menu in Virtual PC XP Mode.
    Can anyone help me?
    I like my Tungsten E and i'm definitely NOT going to buy another Palm handheld... i really don't need anything better than this one.
    Thanks in advance
    • Propuesto como respuesta scruffy1.0 martes, 27 de julio de 2010 2:07
    jueves, 25 de febrero de 2010 12:16
  • Jack, your solution seems to work for me ... almost.

    I get a HotSync Succeeded message, but the two steps where it syncs with my Day-Timer Organizer address book and calendar don't succeed. An error pops up that says "failed to find the Palm OS handheld component (pilotcom.dll)".

    That appears twice: once when trying to sync the DTO Address Book and once when trying to sync the DTO Calendar. Everything else syncs fine and at the end I get a message saying HotSync was successful, although my address book and calendar have not, in fact, been synchronized.

    Any ideas how to tackle this?
    lunes, 01 de marzo de 2010 23:43
  • Well, so much for Palm Technical Support. I spoke with "David Anderson", which is a funny pseudonym for someone in Calcutta. Anyway, the kept getting confused about whether I was trying to run HotSync in Windows 7 or XP Mode. Had me uninstall Palm Desktop and Reinstall, and go through all the steps I'd already done (and which I'd told him I'd done), only to get the same results.

    Finally I proposed (My idea, but I still have to pay for the tech support call) that I install the version of HotSync that worked with Day-Timer Organizer on my old Windows XP machine. Well, sometimes it just helps to talksomething through with someone.

    Anyway, that seems to have solved the problem. (Seems to because it's still synchronizing my addresses.)

    And the neat thing (since I installed Day-Timer Organizer (DTO) in XP Mode to use the data files form the native WIn7 hard drive) is I can use DTO in the native Win7 mode, and do my HotSyncs from XP mode without having to run DTO ever again in XP Mode.
    martes, 02 de marzo de 2010 0:37
  • Hi there,

    After trying couple of times, I finally resolve to have my T3 sync with window 7 64bits via bluetooth. Syncing with USB cable via cradle is near impossible.

    Make sure your T3 bluetooth connection is activated, look into preferences, communications and activate your bluetooth and connection.

    Download the correct palm software. I have tried palm desktop 4.1.4e which palm website has indicated meant for T3 but it doesn't work withh bluetooth connection to my T3. Thus have tried on the desktop 6.2 version and it works!

    See link http://kb.palm.com/wps/portal/kb/common/article/49229_en.html, follow the steps within.

    I am happy that it finally works for me, thus like to share them with you guys too!

    Cheers -
    miércoles, 17 de marzo de 2010 11:10
  • I have a Palm Centro and just purchased a Studio 1747 with 64 bit.  I have been trying and trying to get my phone to sync in xp mode.  I didn't have any luck with bluetooth or usb mode.  I thought I might need to load some xp drivers for the bluetooth device but none are available for the Dell 365 in xp mode.  I call Dell for technical support.  They were able to get my phone on windows 7 but could not load the drivers.  I suspect there are none available. 

    In "my device" I keep getting a ? by the intergrated devices.  When I try to update the drivers it says there are no drivers available.  I finially got the xp mode to sync via bluetooth but it stopped after a few minutes.  I then tried by usb mode but no luck. 

    I then looked at the top key board and realized there was a usb dropped down menu.  You have to attach the device you are trying to use;  Otherwise it won't work.  Go figure!

    martes, 22 de junio de 2010 22:50
  • this is hardly technical, but it works for me

     

    i installed palm desktop 4.1.4 and run it in sp3 compatibility mode under win 7 home premium - no option for all this virtual stuff for me but i can synch with my eeepc running win xp sp3, and then cleverly transfer my personal folder via the home network (or via usb, or sd, or whatever) to the palm folder on the win 7 machine

     

    it's not a geek solution, but it means i can see my palm data on the big screen

     

    note that palm 6.2 completely ignores the personal folder if you try doing it with that setup - this is only good for 4.1.4

     

    hope that helps

    martes, 27 de julio de 2010 2:18
  • I love it!  Worked like a charm for my Tungsten T5 under Windows 7 Pro.  Nothing else did - I was just about ready to give up.  Thank you!
    miércoles, 18 de agosto de 2010 14:59
  • Just tried to sync Tungsten E witn Palm 4.1.4 installed on Virtual XP (WIN7 professional 64 laptop).  I connected via cradle/cable and tried to select the device on the USB tab.  All it said was 'unknown usb device.'  I clicked on it anyway and it made a connection.  However hotsync didn't work.  I tried quite a few times but with same result.  It never did recognise the usb device as a Palm.
    viernes, 10 de diciembre de 2010 20:17
  • It sounds as if the XP mode is, for whatever reason, flaky.  So my workaround may be flaky also, but I have been using the Vmware Player application to host the 32 bit XP install, and it's been working flawlessly in 64 bit windows 7 for my two key applications - Palm Desktop (and Mobipocket reader) and the Cisco VPN client. 

    I prefer the VMWare player to the Windows XP mode because I can choose whether I want seamless integration or not, and there are times when it is actually helpful to be crystal bloody clear on whether I'm seeing a device or file in XP versus in Win 7. 

    It astonishes me that Cisco has not yet released a 64 bit IPSEC client. 

    viernes, 21 de enero de 2011 4:54
  • It sounds as if the XP mode is, for whatever reason, flaky.  So my workaround may be flaky also, but I have been using the Vmware Player application to host the 32 bit XP install, and it's been working flawlessly in 64 bit windows 7 for my two key applications - Palm Desktop (and Mobipocket reader) and the Cisco VPN client. 

    I prefer the VMWare player to the Windows XP mode because I can choose whether I want seamless integration or not, and there are times when it is actually helpful to be crystal bloody clear on whether I'm seeing a device or file in XP versus in Win 7. 

    It astonishes me that Cisco has not yet released a 64 bit IPSEC client. 


    It was released about 9 months ago: http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/60478

    Jamey Heary
    Back to Cisco Subnet
    Cisco Security Expert
    Jamey Heary
    Previous Article Next Article
    Cisco finally releases 64bit IPSEC client
    Win7 and Vista 64bit get a free Cisco IPSEC client
    By jheary on Sat, 04/24/10 - 1:23pm.

    The Long awaited release of a Cisco IPSEC client for 64bit operating systems has finally come to pass. The new Cisco VPN client version 5.0.07 is ready for download. The new client supports Windows 7 x64 and Vista x64. Unfortunately, no support for XP x64 machines. It is strongly recommended that if you use Vista that you upgrade to SP2 or later. Check out the release notes here: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/vpn_client/cisco_vpn_client/vpn_client5007/release/notes/vpnclient5007.html


    Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you, and to click “Unmark as Answer” if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. ”
    viernes, 21 de enero de 2011 13:20
  • Revivalist, thanks for this great solution! It works like a charm and it beats having to launch a virtual machine everytime you want to perform a hotsync. Has anyone had any luck syncing to Office 2010 x64? I had to revert to Office 2007 x32 to keep things working. I love the Palm devices but they are not making it easy for us. Thanks again.
    viernes, 04 de febrero de 2011 3:21
  • I'm a Palm Pilot T3 owner who's not yet ready to move to a more "modern" device, so I've read this thread a few times with great interest as I just bought a new PC and have it running Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit.  So yes, my Palm was not syncing with my 4.1.4 desktop.

    I tried all the options and desktop versions I could find, to no avail, as has been clearly stated there is no 64 bit version of the USB driver.

    So after reading this thread, I was all set to upgrade to the Professional version of Win 7, to use the Virtual PC option.   But I had one more option to try in the short term.  I noticed a Palm doc stating there is Bluetooth support with Desktop 6.2, so I thought why not try that?  I popped into my local Currys, and spent three pounds and a few pence on a very tiny usb bluetooth adaptor.  (Dynamode).   there was a slightly more expensive Belkin unit at £7.99 which was much larger so I opted for the much smaller and cheaper Dynamode unit.

    I plugged in expecting another 64 bit driver issue but no, it simply installed and made itself available!   It took me a little longer to figure out the bluetooth/hotsync setup on my T3, but after about 5 mins I had it going.  The first sync took about 15 mins as I had not copied my profile from my old PC, but a smile came over my face when the "hotsync completed successfully" box popped up!   A repeat hotsync took 42 secs according to the impressive logging with this desktop version, but I expect I can cut this down once I disable the hotsync on the components I don't use. 

    I may still go to Win 7 Professional for other reasons, but I offer this route as a possible solution for fellow Palm PDA users trying to hotsync under Win 7 64 bit.  This bluetooth device really is tiny, a bargain IMHO!

     

    lunes, 14 de febrero de 2011 12:17
  • I have found this weekend that the Aceeba 64-bit USB driver works well with Outlook 2010 and my Palm T|X under Windows 7 Professional 64-bit.
    http://www.aceeca.com/downloads/download_overview.php/cPath/1/downloads_id/13

    You must first install the Palm Desktop 6.2.2, which installs HotSync 7.02.
    You can get this from HP at: http://kb.palm.com/wps/portal/kb/common/article/32859_en.html

    When you connect your Palm via USB, the driver will not install properly, but an entry will be made in Device Manager.
    After downloading the Aceeca file, unzip it and note the extracted files location.
    Right-click in the Device Manager entry for the Palm device and update the driver, pointing to this extracted files location.

    It worked quite well for me.

    Mike

     

    • Propuesto como respuesta garwhite miércoles, 11 de mayo de 2011 12:07
    lunes, 18 de abril de 2011 16:30
  • Hi all.

    I've read all the threads and spent a few hours to get my palm to wark, no dice!

    I have Windows 7, 32 bit. Installed VM and all. Installed Palm T3, Desktop 414e. Followed the SYNCH instruction in every detail still nothoing happens.

    RIVIVALIST, I tried following your advice but does not work.

    If any of you have a idea, i would most appreciate it. I have huge amount of date in the T3, schedules into the future and a LOT of schedules of the past which are invaluable.

     

    Thanks all

     

     

    • Propuesto como respuesta jacveld martes, 10 de mayo de 2011 21:19
    lunes, 09 de mayo de 2011 19:27
  • This worked for me too, to sync my Centro with the Palm Desktop under Windows 7 home 64-bit.  But I had to uninstall Outlook first -- which is fine by me since I've spent the last 15 years trying to avoid it.  I may be able to last a few more years.

    Note that it's important to have the Palm device actually connected when going into the Device Manager, otherwise it won't be visible.

    Thanks, Mike, for saving me hours upgrading to Professional and trying to get XP emulation working!

    -- Len


    sábado, 14 de mayo de 2011 18:59
  • This worked for me, the Aceeba 64 bit did it for me. thanks for posting.
    miércoles, 15 de junio de 2011 16:06
  • Great Job, Mike!!!

    This is the best and the correct solution.

    Congratulations,

    Jorge

    sábado, 03 de septiembre de 2011 1:35
  • Thanks so much for this Aceeba 64 driver to make my Windows 7 laptop work with my T5 PDA! Been waiting for ages to sort this out and so glad I eventually found this. Whoever sorted that is a star!

    Dee in Ireland

     

    martes, 13 de septiembre de 2011 12:46
  • Mike - Worked like a dream - The only solution that truly worked - For Outlook 2010 you may also need to install the two conduit files for synch by Pizzaboy to synch Contacts. They have to be unzipped and copied to overwrite 2 files in the Palm directory.  Available at http://www.pizzaboy192.com/downloads/
    domingo, 30 de octubre de 2011 12:39
  • OK I am running windows 7 so where do I find this USB Menu so I can access my Palm T3 through HoySync Manager
    sábado, 12 de noviembre de 2011 12:56
  • SUBJECT
    MyPostToManyForumsLinkToPostOnAMMq + SentWebFormTo WyreNut:  Where should I post this?  My Procedure for Successful Installation of Palm HotSync Drivers On Win7 OS Computer

     *********************** 

     

    Dear Palm Users


    WOW !!!


    I can now HotSync my Palm Centro to my Win7 LapTop!!!
    All of it  .... Photos, Calendar, Notes,  Addresses / Phone#'s Etc!!!


    WOW !!! 


    I'm so happy ... I decided to write up a complete "HOW_TO" document, to help persons like you to be able to do the same. You will be happy also!!


    This is my way of "contributing back" ....  for the many Resources, Forums, WebPages,  SoftWare (Open Source & otherwise), I use daily on Internet.


    Also my way of saying thank you to following persons / organizations:

       A)Thank you   http://www.aceeca.com/ for originally coding the needed HotSync 64bid Vista & Win7 Drivers.
       B) Thank you (again)    http://www.aceeca.com/ for making these drivers Internet available for free download.
       C) Thanks to who-ever it was that a) Discovered  the Aceeca Drivers, b) Realized their application to (urgently needed) Palm HotSync Drivers for 64bid Vista & Win7 computers, and then c) Posted their  discovery, for the whole world to use!!

       D) And finally thanks to WyerNut, of  http://forums.hpwebos.com/ for his moderation of all those Palm Forums, and having discovered the Aceeca Drivers, installed them on his Windows Vista. and then. took the time to post his own"HOW_TO"!! (A copy of which I have incorporated, with links, into my Win7  "HOW_TO" document, link below.)
       E) Thank you all!!

    ****************


    TITLE: My Procedure for Successful Installation of Palm HotSync Driver On Vista & Win7 OS Computer. This Driver Is For a HotSync of Many (?Most?) Palm Hand Held Devices (Older Palm-PDA's, Centro, Treo, etc), To The So-Called “Palm DeskTop”.


    To HotSync many (?most?) PalmOS or HP/PalmWebOS Devices to 64bit Vista and Windows 7 operating systems, you can sucessfully use the needed hardware drivers from 
       http://www.aceeca.com/ However, getting them installed is not "an automatic". You will have to do the install yourself, step by step. If you need guidance, please click on the link below, to use my "Complete Palm HotSync Aceeca Driver Installation Guide":
    http://ww2.usca.edu/ResearchProjects/ProfessorGurr/Documents/PalmHotSyncDriverWin7Vista64bit


    Caution: The Aceeca drivers are most certainly good for more recent PalmWebOS devices. And according to various Palm forums, there are statements that these drivers also work for the older PalmOS devices.
    The Aceeca TroubleShootGuide, talks about Hotsync  ACEECA Palm OS 4.x or Garnet OS 5.x device, in ways that the driver will work on these devices:

    http://www.aceeca.com/products/pub/english/Troubleshooting_USB_driver_installation_on_Windows_7_64-bit.pdf


    HOWEVER, I have not tried this, and only seen a few reports of success by others. Concerning Aceeca Drivers, one report says " 64bit driver works with palm os4 and os5 smartphones and pda's"

    http://forums.precentral.net/palm-wm-devices/281016-64bit-driver-works-palm-os4-os5-smartphones-pdas.html


    So, if you have the time to experiment, give it a try and let me know. Thanks


     

    If you like my Guide (or notice needed corrections / improvements)  could you please drop me a line!!

     

    Sincerely   Henry Gurr
     

    HenryG  ___ Aiken.SC.edu . 

     

    ***************************** 

     

     

     

    sábado, 26 de noviembre de 2011 18:01
  • But are you able to hotsync to MS Outlook 2010?
    viernes, 16 de diciembre de 2011 19:46
  • To get thie answers is the Palm T3 to hotsync in Windows 7's XP Mode window after installing Palm Desktop 4.1.4e there with Hotsync set to "Local USB":

    Press the hotsync button on the cradle, then go up to the USB menu at the top of the XP Mode window and click it.  You should see "Palm Handheld - Attach".  Click that and the hotsync should start.  Unfortunately you have to do that every time you hotsync; haven't yet found a way to attach the Palm's USB port permanently to the virtual machine - it disappears as soon as the hotsync is done, and the USB menu says "No device found."

    -Jack

    This is the answer!!  Bluetooth was tried but couldn't make it work.  This worked like a charm.

    Thank you!!

    Steve

    lunes, 26 de diciembre de 2011 23:29
  • This is by far the easiest and bst way to do this! Thanks so much!!!!!!

    I searched everywhere for something like this. Most people were saying you needed a virtual machine or needed to buy a Bluetooth adapter. This was free and works!

    jueves, 29 de diciembre de 2011 16:22
  • Hi There,

    I just had to write to thank all of you for your discussion and sharing of this information.  I just downloaded the Aceeca drivers and my Palm Z22 now syncs to my my new laptop with no problem!

    Thanks again for sharing your knowledge and passing on what you know to those of us who have no "geek" inclinations!

    J in Madison, WI

    lunes, 13 de febrero de 2012 18:28
  • *****************

    UPDATE: I can now HotSync my Palm Centro to my Win7

    LapTop!!! (NEW Information for ANY Palm Device on Win7 or

    Vista!)

    Dear Palm OS Users:

     I have found lots of NEW INFORMATION, since my original Post this Froum Thread above on Saturday, November 26, 2011 6:01 PM.

    This NEW information has been collected onto a NEW WebPage titled:

    MY DETAILED PROCEDURE FOR SUCCESSFUL INSTALLATION OF PALM HOTSYNC 64 BIT DRIVERS ON WINDOWS 7 OS COMPUTERS (WIN7 & VISTA).


    These Extensive & Quite Complete Driver Installation Instructions, Are Written For the New Beginner Thru Expert. They Are For the Installation of the Necessary Drivers, So That You Can “HotSync”  Most Palm OS Hand Held Devices (Palm PDA, Centro, Treo, etc), To The So-Called “Palm DeskTop”.

    So, if you are still having trouble getting your Palm OS Device going on Windows 7 or Vista, please go to this link:
    http://ww2.usca.edu/ResearchProjects/ProfessorGurr/Documents/PalmHotSyncDriverWin7Vista64bit 
    *******

    ALSO IF YOU HAVE SUCESS, PLEASE
     
    Send your  "Thank Your Note!!My email address is below, just add the correct symbol, in correct place  !! 

    It means a lot to me to know that my efforts to make my "How To Install 64 bit Drivers" webpage, is actually helping Palm users!!

    This is a BIG PAY BACK for me, so I am quite gratified that you took the time to reply, with your report that your Palm Cell Phone is NOW working great with your Win 7 or Win Vista computer / laptop.

    This keeps these Palm Devices nicely going and and kept from the trash.  A double win for me, jist to know this.


    Sincerely

    Henry S Gurr, ZMMQ Site Master.

    HenryG__USCA.edu 

    martes, 29 de mayo de 2012 19:31
  • Thanks Mike,

    These Aceeca drivers worked for me on Windows 7 64 Bit

    sábado, 07 de julio de 2012 14:36