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I used to sync my Samsung Epic smartphone running Windows 6.
Since I changed to the new computer running Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010, free games for windows mobile 6 1 smartphone sync program does not work.
It keeps saying "Outlook not installed" when I try and change the "content sync settings" to include my contacts, notes, schedule, etc.
Apparently, WMDC does not recognize Outlook 2010.
Does anyone have a work-around for this?
Or can you suggest a program I could use to do this sync instead of WMDC?
Are there any free programs available for this sync?
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There are several things that could be wrong on the Outlook side.
WMDC is not detecting your Outlook profile.
Some simple things first.
Make sure you have Office 2010 32-bit installed and not the 64-bit version.
Make sure it is not the Click to Run version of Office 2010.
How did you transfer your Outlook profile.
What is the full path that your Outlook.
Hello Resourceful: Thank you this web page taking the time to help me out.
I am not a techie but a basically semi-profocient user so may not know all the details but I'll try.
I Have a 64 bit operating system and Outlook was preinstalled by Best Buy' Geek Squad.
As far as I can tell, it isn't a Click to Run version.
I have tried setting defaults for Outlook using the "Default Programs" in the Start menu.
I transferred all my files to the new computer wirelessly on my home network, using Windows Easy Free games for windows mobile 6 1 smartphone />I called Microsoft, and they had no clue.
I'm not sure how to answer your question about the full path the Outlook.
Please check the Office version that is installed.
The Office 2010 64-bit version is indeed incompatible.
However, the 32-bit version of Office 2010 will install and sync fine on a 64-bit Win 7 system.
You may have to contact BB to reload the 32-bit Office 2010.
The other problem is the use of Easy Transfer to move the Outlook profile.
That will corrupt the.
You will want to copy the.
The file locations and open procedure is documented here: The Outlook folders are hidden so remember to unhide folders in Windows Explorer.
In addition to what Resourceful said, the Windows Easy Transfer utility has a habit of damaging Outlook profiles when used to transfer Outlook data to a new PC.
Here's the correct way:.
If a reply solves the issue, please mark it as an answer.
Brian Hello Resourceful and Brian: Firstly, my gratitude for your interest and assistance with my problem.
I truly appreciate the time you are giving me, and to this forum.
Its really selfless and free games for windows mobile 6 1 smartphone of you.
So, should I just abandon WMDC and look for another way to sync the two devices?
Well, my motives may not be as selfless as you may think.
I think we may still have some options to hopefully get you up and running.
First, I still need to know your Office 2010 version.
There will be an "About" section and pay special attention to 32-bit or 64-bit.
Second, I need to know the path to your.
Report back and we can try to repair the.
Hi: It seems I do have the right version of Outlook installed: Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 Version 14.
Many thanks, Alok Hello.
You have the wrong version of Office 2010 installed.
All of your Office apps, including Outlook, are 64-bit.
The 64-bit version of Free games for windows mobile 6 1 smartphone is not compatible with the 64-bit version of Outlook and will not sync.
You will need to uninstall the 64-bit of Office 2010 and install the 32-bit version free games for windows mobile 6 1 smartphone Office 2010.
Don't worry, the 32-bit version of Office 2010 will install on a 64-bit Win 7 system.
I guess you will have to take it back to Best Buy to get this done.
Make sure you copy your.
I am betting right now that if you get the 32-bit version of Office 2010 installed, you will be able to sync.
I really appreciate your help and will get back to you.
How do Free games for windows mobile 6 1 smartphone copy my files article source a USB?
Secondly, if the files can be copied to a USB, can I simply transfer them to another computer at home that runs XP install WMDC on it and use that computer for my syncs until a fix is available for this problem?
Press the control Crtl key and A.
That will select all the files.
Right click and select "copy".
Plug in your USB drive.
Go back to computer and open the USB drive.
If the USB drive is not empty, you might want to make a new folder called Outlook Backup to paste the files into so you can find them easily.
Right click and select "paste".
If you can't see the extensions example.
Then go to the XP computer, plug in the USB drive, open the USB drive, select the.
Right click and select "paste".
Brian's post had a good link about moving Outlook to another computer and consult that.
To set up Outlook steps 3-5 there is a good embedded how to video.
Of course you must have some version of Outlook on the XP PC.
With XP you must use Activesync 4.
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