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Activesync not responding

Activesync not responding

Activesync not responding

(OP)
Hi guys,
I just recently updated my Windows XP to SP3, and also upgraded Activesync to version 4.5. My question is that my pc cannot connect to my mobile device. I have allowed the firewall to accept it, but still no respons comes from it. It keeps on showing a window "Retrieving data"!!

At Microsoft homepage they mention it works with SP2, but they dont mention anything about SP3. I cant even find the SP3 to uninstall it to see if it works without it.

Can anyone help me with that???
thanks

RE: Activesync not responding

You'll need to clarify where you obtained Windows Service Pack 3 from, as it has not yet been released by Microsoft (due end 2007 or early 2008).
This is why there is nothing on Microsoft's homepage about SP3.

TazUk

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