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enorvelle
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*Extremely* Slow USB Sync... Anyone has same problem?

Greetings all,

I have an older Visor, not sure anymore whether Pro/Deluxe or whatnot. Has PalmOS 3.1 and 8mb of memory. Bought it about 4+ years ago. Has worked great, BUT...

I am trying to install a new program which is fairly large (more than 1MB) and I can't get the sync to complete. I've given it more than 1 1/2 hours to complete, and it never does. I have a Mac iBook and a USB cradle, with PalmDesktop 4.2. I have also tried the same thing on a Windows XP machine.

I *can* get a much smaller file (about 64k) to sync, and it takes about 15 minutes. The larger .pdb file never completes the sync.

Anybody else had this problem? Suggestions?

TKA.
Erik Norvelle

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Mac conduit weakness

Unfortunately the conduit manager is very weak on Mac - it always has been; specifically for large files >1Mb. I suggest you get the file across on a PC if you have access to one.

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JohnKes
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Is there any error message that comes up?

You can set the USB sync to go faster:
1) go to Hotsync app
2) menu/connection setup/USB to PC
3) Edit, Details/Speed - pick the fastest speed (230.4k?)

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