I left my ePods (v1.02 Easy hack) unplugged too long, and had to do a recovery, and now I'm in the process of reinstalling software. I had Pharos Ostia 2000 Pocket PC Navigator GPS software on it before the crash and it was stored on a CompactFlash storage card so the program itself and its data files are still there. But other components that were on the main memory partition are not, so it won't run (no surprise there).
Is there any way to get it working again without having to install ActiveSync on my laptop? That software is so annoying and destabilizing that I'd really rather try to avoid using it if I can. (It takes a registry hack made after every use to prevent it from loading on startup, for instance.) Plus my sync cable is in storage and not easy to get to. So I'm hoping someone knows a way to get the software working again without ActiveSync.
RE:Recovering Pharos Ostia GPS on a crashed ePods without using ActiveSync (modified 0 times)
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