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Slycarter Page Icon Posted 2008-09-15 4:12 PM
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I don't think it is the case. I downloaded Opera 8.65 from Opera.com and have still full 30 days trial then I registered. Trial time wasn't expired yet.

Once it gave me a message saying that wasn't enough memory to run then it hasn't started anymore.
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CAuser Page Icon Posted 2008-09-15 5:22 PM
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Then, allocate as much memory as possible for running programs.
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Slycarter Page Icon Posted 2008-09-16 1:38 AM
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Didi it. I thought Opera was fully compatible with 900c.

Did you have reported same kind of problem by others people?
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Slycarter Page Icon Posted 2008-09-17 2:55 AM
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I have found on ReadGear site that there's a version of Opera 8.65 that has problem mentioned above. It starts one and never starts again.
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CuteePatootee Page Icon Posted 2008-12-05 9:50 PM
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Will Opera work on the 900?
If not what do you suggest?
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2008-12-06 3:14 AM
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It'll work if you do one of two things with the 900:

1) upgrade it to a 900C by reflashing it with the 900C Windows CE 4.2 .net ROM image ( http://www.hpcfactor.com/support/update/aggregator.asp?cid=5 ); or

2) leave it as an 900 (H/PC 2000) and install Alpaxo Software's RedGear on it ( http://www.alpaxo.com/ ).

The former is free, but you have to follow the instructions carefully. The latter costs $20 but is much easier and works quite nicely.
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