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re-enable windows mobile device in Network Connections

Posted on 2009-04-08
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My Dell Axim was showing up in Control Pane / Network Connections. I accidentally disabled this connection and I am no longer able to get my Axim to sync. Is there a way to reenable a network connection like this? Maybe in the registry?? I did some searching but found nothing really. Thanks.
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PLug it in and check in Device Manager. It should appear here as disabled. Enable it and it should work again.

Chris B
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Perfect, this worked. It wasnt showing in Network Connections like it normally does so there was no way to enable it there. I checked Device Manager and it was listed as disabled. I enabled it and all works well! Thanks.
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