Thanks for the thought. If you mean a reset of my PDA, yes, I've tried a
soft reset. Been wondering if I want to do a hard reset, though then I would
lose what information I do have on the PDA (all the contacts and so on that
don't change so often). If I could be fairly sure it would fix the problem I
would go for it. What do you think?
> Have you tried a reset ?
> Does work for some, reason could be a damaged file that's blocking the
> "John D" <JohnD@discussions.microsoft.com> schreef in bericht
> >I can't offer answeer, only solidarity. I have exactly the same problem
> > error message. New Dell PC, Vista home premium, HP IPAQ. Never had
> > problems
> > syncing with Windows 2000. When I first started with Vista/Outlook 2007
> > all
> > synced OK for about 2 weeks. But about 3 days ago the two stopped talking
> > to
> > each other and nothing I've tried can get them to sync. Sometimes the
> > WMDC
> > says they've sync OK (they haven't). When I plug the PDA into the USB the
> > PC
> > goes "boing" to say connected, then 2 seconds laterr "boing" again which I
> > think is the Disconnect sound. I can still see the PDA files, so there is
> > a
> > connection. It just won't sync.
> > "ScottS" wrote:
> >> I bought a new PocketPC (Windows Mobile 5.0) since my old one wouldn't
> >> work
> >> with Vista. I got it to work as far as opening WMDC when I connect it,
> >> but it
> >> won't sync. I get an error message:
> >> "Synchronization cannot be started because you are not able to log on to
> >> the
> >> network and access information. Restart your desktop computer and
> >> synchronize
> >> again. If the problem persists, contact your network administrator."
> >> This is my home computer; I am the network administrator! What can I do?