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Re: Trouble with Hotsync log

  • Subject: Re: Trouble with Hotsync log
  • From: Jim Anderson <fro2750@frontiernet.my_finger.net>
  • Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 17:43:48 GMT
  • Newsgroups: comp.sys.palmtops.pilot
  • Organization: Omphaloskepsis Apprentice
  • References: <1114449443.13a9b46877b962069ce354e3c68c5f91@teranews> <d4keci$2e6k$1@godfrey.mcc.ac.uk>
  • Xref: news.mcc.ac.uk comp.sys.palmtops.pilot:301100
In article <d4keci$2e6k$1@godfrey.mcc.ac.uk>, newsgroups@schestowitz.com 
says...
> Special agent John Doggett wrote:
> 
> > HotSync 3.2 started 4/25/05 10:10:33 AM
> > Local Synchronization
> >     Installed IMAG0001.jpg to the SecureDigital (SD) Card
> > OK Install
> > OK Voice Memo
> > To Do List did nothing
> > OK Tasks
> > Beginning Pocket Quicken 2.0 Sync
> > OK Pocket Quicken 2.0
> >    - HH failed to add record: [2].jpg, Error 4387
> > Media synchronization failed
> > ³Media² failed (error = #4387)
> > OK Note Pad
> > OK Memos
> > Memo Pad did nothing
> > OK Documents To Go
> > Date Book did nothing
> > OK Contacts
> > OK Calendar
> > Address Book did nothing
> > OK Acrobat Reader Conduit
> > OK Install
> >     Backed up Bluetooth Trusted Devices.pdb
> >     Backed up Bluetooth Device Cache.pdb
> >     Backed up PQKN-Accounts.pdb
> >     Backed up PQKN-Transactions.pdb
> >     Backed up PQKN-Lists.pdb
> >     Backed up PQKN-Memorized.pdb
> >     Backed up Saved Preferences.prc
> > OK Backup
> > Last sync time and PC ID updated on handheld
> > HotSync Complete 4/25/05 10:12:46 AM
> > 
> > ----
> > 
> > Why do I keep on getting the ³Media² failed (error = #4387) and the - HH
> > failed to add record: [2].jpg, Error 4387?
> 
> It seems as if Pocket Quicken is the source of the problem. I have never
> used Pocket Quicken (never heard of it), but I'd imagine it delivers charts
> for your shares. It seems as if it's unable to find or add a requested
> media file. Have you got enough free space on your device? Have you tried
> disabling the 'process' which requires this image (e.g. the stock symbol)
> and then re-enabling it?
> 
> If your problem has not be resolved, re-install the application (remove,
> then install).
> 
> Roy
> 
> 

Pocket Quicken has nothing to do with [2].jpg

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