Syncing a Palm

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Has anyone managed to HotSync their Palm through Parallels in the XP Palm Desktop application? How did you do it?
 
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Found it out. Had to enable Autoconnect for the USB Controller..... Very neat to have Parallels using the Bootcamp install of XP!
 
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I haven't but can I ask why you don't just do it through OS X?
 
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It is because I am not using the Palm Desktop, but an application called Agendus which is much better. They do not have a OS X-version though which is why I need to HotSync in XP.
 
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www.codeweavers.com

Check this company out that makes software which allows you to run many Windows apps natively on your Intel-based Mac without any need for Windows and the trouble of running Bootcamp or Parallels. Quite ingenious and helpful, plus it's cheaper than Parallels alone, not to mentioned buying a Windows license.
 

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