- 5th June 2008 at 15:39 #43148
I discovered yesterday that, while Palm has recently come out with a Vista version of its desktop software, it has no plans for 64 bit support. I did install the 32 bit desktop software, and am trying to make network synchronization work since the USB driver doesn’t.
Maybe when MS gets USB functionality working in Hyper-V I can use my XP or Vista VM for this.
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- 5th June 2008 at 21:03 #46462
- 6th June 2008 at 16:00 #46463
I’ve got network synchronization working now, so that’s good enough. The Palm Desktop program for Vista is a little squirrely, so that’s where my problem was.
I guess the fact that Palm is not interested in 64 bit drivers is not a good sign for their (Palm’s) future.
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- 7th June 2008 at 18:01 #46464ArrisModerator
Hope/guess they are working on x64 Vista drivers but it’s a slow process because the drivers also have to be verified in order to be signed at Microsoft. 64bit is the future so all hardware companies are forced to create Vista/Server 2008 x64 drivers. :geek:
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