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'[OT] Mobsync'
2005\12\23@135259 by David VanHorn

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I'm having a problem with my main PC, and haven't had any help from the
normal sources.

What's happening is that the mobsync application (used to sync with my PDA)
is crashing.
It sits there eating 50% of the CPU (dual core athlon).
While this is happening, I can't open any new windows in MSIE, and some apps
fail to launch.

Anyone hit this, or have a solution beyond removing the PDA sync software?

2005\12\23@142528 by Mario Mendes Jr.

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Must be a side effect of a recently released hot fix for Windows or some
part of it.  I do not use mobsync but in the last 2 weeks or so I have had
the same issues with the "freezing" with considerable frequency.

I do have automatic update download and install turned on so I have to
look to see if anything was applied in the last 2 weeks.

-Mario


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2005\12\23@143627 by David VanHorn

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> I do have automatic update download and install turned on so I have to
> look to see if anything was applied in the last 2 weeks.


I've had it before this too, it comes and goes, no apparent reason.  I've
been using the PDA since March.

2005\12\24@105433 by John Ferrell

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You have probably already done these things but here is my usual approach:
Reduce to the minimum configuration... Shut down anti virus, firewalls,
networking, etc.
Reinstall the application.
Disconnect all unnecessary hardware, especially firewire, usb etc.
 Consider a malfunction in the PDA....
Make sure you are allowing active x and turn off all the other things you do
to maintain a secure environment!

Good luck!

John Ferrell
http://DixieNC.US


2005\12\24@110429 by David VanHorn

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> You have probably already done these things but here is my usual approach:
> Reduce to the minimum configuration...


Yes


Shut down anti virus, firewalls


I don't use them, I have a router on the pipe to the internet.

networking, etc.


If I can't network, then it's a paperweight.

Reinstall the application.
> Disconnect all unnecessary hardware, especially firewire, usb etc.


Yup.

Consider a malfunction in the PDA....


Happens even when the PDA isn't connected, and hasn't been for days.


Make sure you are allowing active x and turn off all the other things you do
> to maintain a secure environment!


Umm...

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