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Handheld PC Professional Edition 3.0 SP1

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Service Pack 1 for Handheld PC Professional 3.0 H/PC Pro SP1).

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Version:
SP1
Download Size:
691 KB - 4.60 MB
Release Date:
29/04/1999
Language:
English (United States)
Popularity:
47
Number of Downloads:
8685
Added By:
C:Amie on 13/07/2009 3:27:54 PM

Overview:

Upgrading from Version 3.0 with Service Pack 1 installed to future versions of Windows CE for the Handheld PC.

When upgrading a device with Service Pack 1 installed to a future ROM-upgrade version of Windows CE for the Handheld PC, you must uninstall Service Pack 1 before backing up your device for the upgrade. If you do not uninstall before upgrading your device certain aspects of the new version may not function correctly.

Following the upgrade to a future version of Windows CE for the Handheld PC, there is no need to reinstall the Version 3.0 Service Pack.

If you backup your Handheld PC with Service Pack 1 installed and then attempt to restore to the same Handheld PC, some files may not be restored properly. If you receive an error in the restore process, reinstall Service Pack 1 after the restore is complete.


Microsoft(R) Pocket Access Service Pack Update Release Notes

The following enhancements have been made:
•Support for filtering a record set on the quote (") character and then switching to a different datasheet view. Previously, doing so caused Pocket Access to stop responding.
•Support for sorting on multiple columns on devices with the StrongArm 1100 processor. Previously, doing so caused Pocket Access to display a "Field not found" message.
•Support for cutting and pasting large amounts of text between Pocket Excel and Pocket Access. Previously, doing so could cause Pocket Access to stop responding.
•Support for placing focus in a blank row in the table design view, tapping save, and then entering the field name. Previously, the field name would be lost if you entered the name immediately after a save and then saved again.
•Consistent inclusion of newly created tables in the list of tables in the navigation drop-down menu.


Microsoft(R) Pocket PowerPoint(R) Service Pack Update Release Notes

The following enhancement has been made:
•Support for on-device conversion of Microsoft PowerPoint 97 files.
•Support for displaying Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 presentations that were converted using the High Quality converters on the desktop. Previously, the text and images in these slides would be distorted.

If you are prompted to overwrite any existing files during installation of this update, choose "no" as this means you already have the on-device converter installed.


Microsoft(R) Pocket Word Service Pack Update Release Notes

The following enhancements have been made:
•Support for opening Microsoft Word 97 documents that contain headers, footers, or footnotes. Previously, certain documents that contained these characteristics could cause Pocket Word to stop responding.
•Support for opening Microsoft Word 95 documents that contain forms on the StrongArm SA1100 processor. Previously, doing so could cause Pocket Word to stop responding.


Inbox Service Pack Update Release Notes

The following enhancements have been made:
•Support for downloading uuencoded attachments for previously downloaded e-mail messages that have been modified on the server.
•Support for downloading attachments using POP3 from a Cyrus IMAP4 v1.5.2 server. Previously, doing so corrupted the attachments.
•Support for downloading uuencoded attachments from a Solaris mail server. Previously, doing so could corrupt the attachments.
•Consistent downloading of attachments using the IMAP4 protocol. Previously, under specific circumstances, some attachments would fail to download.
•Support for detection of built-in Ethernet cards.
•Support for connecting to mail servers using a blank password.
•Support for downloading messages sent from an Exchange server to a Qualcomm Qpopper mail servers. Previously, these messages would show an error stating that an unsupported mail attachment or message type had been removed.
•Support for addressing based on the "Reply-To:" header when replying to messages downloaded using IMAP4.
•Support for sending messages with subjects longer than 260 characters or addresses with friendly names and addresses that are greater than 100 characters. Previously, doing so could cause Inbox to stop responding.
•Support for receiving mail messages sent from a Netscape mail client that include an embedded Netscape mail message. Previously, doing so could cause Inbox to display a "Critical Error" message.
•Support for resolving addresses against LDAP servers when a message is sent to the server.
•Consistent removal of all message headers from online folders, that are not marked for offline use, on the device after the device is disconnected.
•Support for receiving messages sent from Microsoft Office 2000 applications through POP3.
•Support for an extended timeout duration for non-responsive servers.
•Consistent handling of forwarded or replied to messages with uuencoded attachments. Previously, attachments could be corrupted in some circumstances.


Microsoft(R) Pocket Internet Explorer Service Pack Update Release Notes

The following enhancements have been made:
•Consistent interpretation of security certificate expiration dates. Previously, connections may have failed to some sites immediately following a connection to a site with a different security level or if the target site has different security levels within the same site.
•Consistent display of Web pages containing specific Japanese characters. Previously, trying to display pages containing these characters would fail. These are any characters that contain the 5c trail byte. This is not a characteristic that is apparent by looking at the character but rather it is part of the internal description for the character. One common character containing this trail byte is the Yen symbol.
•Support for displaying certain types of GIF images. Previously, these images would be distorted.
•Support for displaying 24-bpp Bitmap images. Previously, these images would not be displayed.
•Various performance improvements.


World Clock Service Pack Update Release Notes

The following enhancements have been made:
•Inclusion of Canberra, Australia in the city list.
•Correct time zone for Brisbane, Australia.
•Correct daylight savings time switching for Australian cities.


Network and Printing Service Pack Update Release Notes

The following enhancements have been made:
•Correct unloading of network drivers after browsing to a network resource through a firewall and then removing the network card from the device.
•Support for turning off the device while printing using infrared (IR). Previously, doing so could cause the device to stop responding.

System Requirements:

Windows CE 2.11 based Handheld PC Pro 3.0

Download:

FileArchitectureSize
ARM_inflated.zip
SP1
ARM
Windows CE 2.11 only
691 KB
MD5: 1E50A4C412B7981F21AF07FE8BA96895
CE_SP1.EXE
SP1
ARM, MIPS, SH3, SH4
Windows CE 2.11 only
2.34 MB
MD5: 6263AE21089B313F7326E8D06B15C835
MIPS_inflated.zip
SP1
MIPS
Windows CE 2.11 only
871 KB
MD5: 0EBF2952A14B894228623F6CA35E8232
SHx_inflated.zip
SP1
SH3, SH4
Windows CE 2.11 only
758 KB
MD5: C4C86DA6500173ED7EF6A3A0C1BFB276

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