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JMaples Page Icon Posted 2009-02-19 1:53 PM
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A mobile website address which I use a lot has suddenly become inaccessible from my PDA. It now returns an error message: “The page you are looking for cannot be found due to unknown error 0x80072f7c.” I can access the other sites from my PDA that I usually use but not this one anymore. I am accessing the web via a wifi link to my landline broadband provider. I contacted the helpdesk for the website and was referred to my ISP as it was thought to be an Access Point issue. My ISP has no problem accessing the website using a PDA. They suggested a small tweak to the MTU on my router but that did nothing. I cleared the history and cookies on the PDA. No good. I have done a soft reboot and a hard (reinstallation) boot on the PDA. Still the same problem. The PDA is a Dell Axim51v running Windows Mobile 5. Help please
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Alt Bass Page Icon Posted 2009-02-20 12:42 PM
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Didn't know that WinMo 5 is on CE 5.0 kernel.
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2009-02-20 2:58 PM
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It is, but the Axim isn't a Handheld PC - it's a Pocket PC.

JMaples, since this site deals with a different kind of device (the Handheld PC runs the core CE OS, has a wide landscape display, and usually has a built-in keyboard), you're less likely to run into someone here who is familiar with the X51v and can help. You're more likely to find help at a Pocket PC site like Pocket PC Thoughts or Pocket PC FAQ.
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Alt Bass Page Icon Posted 2009-02-20 3:34 PM
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CE Geek, it on CE 5.2 kernel. That was a joke.
And this branch is for 5.0 at last.

Edited by JHack 2009-02-20 3:41 PM
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2009-02-20 4:07 PM
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Windows Mobile 5 is based on CE 5.01, actually. (WM 6 is based on 5.10.)

Edited by CE Geek 2009-02-20 4:09 PM
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Alt Bass Page Icon Posted 2009-02-21 8:51 AM
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Nope. I've remembered, WinMo5 is CE 5.1 and WinMo 6&6.1 are CE 5.2.
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cmonex Page Icon Posted 2009-03-08 7:21 PM
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WM5 = CE 5.01
WM6/6.1 = CE 5.02
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2009-03-08 7:28 PM
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I knew the 05 00 01 in the OS identifier in WM 5 apps meant something.
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