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Palm Treo 650 Web error

Posted on 2006-07-18
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I have a Palm Treo 650 on Vodafone and when I try to connect to the web I get the error message:

    Browser Error:
    Unknown Error.  URL: filestream:ExgDataFile

e-mails fetch fine over GPRS.

Any ideas?


Thanks,
-Leo
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can you goto www.google.com

What is your homepage?
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by:LeoGestetner
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Very strange...  this hasn't been working for two months (including when I made this post) but it seems to have started working!  Not sure if Vodafone changed something.....
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I think the homepage it was set to has an error thats why i sent you to google. Its so small that there no room for error.
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