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J

James Johnson

#1
Hi,
I am running Vista x86 RTM and Windows Mobile 5. WMDC is not starting up,
even though the computer recognizes the device as a windows remote mobile
adapter. After successfully getting another computer to recognize my device I
looked around on the problem machine and discovered an error in the event
log, 0x80070005 when windows 2003-based connectivity service is started. Any
help on how to resolve this error and let this service start successfully
would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
 

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M

Mack Jones

#2
DOwnload WMDC 6 it just came out

"James Johnson" wrote:

> Hi,
> I am running Vista x86 RTM and Windows Mobile 5. WMDC is not starting up,
> even though the computer recognizes the device as a windows remote mobile
> adapter. After successfully getting another computer to recognize my device I
> looked around on the problem machine and discovered an error in the event
> log, 0x80070005 when windows 2003-based connectivity service is started. Any
> help on how to resolve this error and let this service start successfully
> would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks.
 

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J

James Johnson

#3
Thanks Mack.

I tried the final release. I have made some progress though. Vista
recognizes my device and I am able to browse the device and the memory card
but that is about it. I can't just seem to get wmdc to recognize the device.
Also now, there are no error events and I don't know where to find the logs
for analysis.

I am very sure the problem is with my machine which was upgraded from XPSP2
to Vista Ultimate. (The device is recognized on another machine we tested.)

"Mack Jones" wrote:

> DOwnload WMDC 6 it just came out
>
> "James Johnson" wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> > I am running Vista x86 RTM and Windows Mobile 5. WMDC is not starting up,
> > even though the computer recognizes the device as a windows remote mobile
> > adapter. After successfully getting another computer to recognize my device I
> > looked around on the problem machine and discovered an error in the event
> > log, 0x80070005 when windows 2003-based connectivity service is started. Any
> > help on how to resolve this error and let this service start successfully
> > would be greatly appreciated.
> > Thanks.
 

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