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I have a NEC MobilPro 400 with a Mobil Pro Cradle and wish to syncronize this device with both Windows NT (3.0 I believe) and a Windows 95 System at home.  I don't have software, however for this device.  I have already contacted NEC for help without a response.  Is there a good place to find software to transfer files from this Windows CE Machine to my full size?  (I only need it for my big machine)  Do I already have it built in to windows 95 or NT and if so, how do I use it?
Thanks for your response,
AJMan
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hmmm...no software huh?...should have come with the HPC...

Go to the Sharp website and download Windows CE Services 2.1

I believe you have to be a registered user to access the download but I may be wrong...

You install the software and it will install the neccessary support to sync your HPC to the desktop...in Win9x and WinNT...

Puma Intellisync is also another nice 3rd party software for syncing with a variety of popular PIMs that are out there if you don't want to be restricted to MS products...
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