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Simple question...

Simple question...

Simple question...

Sytem is 600MHz Celeron, 512MB RAM, Windows 2000 Pro. I had to reformat because I was hacked really bad....anyway, now my floppy runs when I run *.exe's and send or recieve with yahoo IM or AOL IM....any suggestions?
--thanks in advance..
PS I didn't do the install of win2K the first time...

RE: Simple question...

I did some initial work with the Embedded Visual Basic compiler about a year ago. I create an application that would work with an Access database that I moved down to my PDA.

The nice thing about it is:
 1 it's free. You can download it from Microsoft.
 2 It provides an emulator as long as you are using a NT type machine (NT or 2000) I do not know if the emulator will work under XP, but does not work under 98, 95 or ME.

You might want to visit (http://www.devbuzz.com/content/) This site is dedicated to doing Pocket PC development using embedded visual basic and other tools. Lots of information and samples there.

Good Luck


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