I know, I will eventually either install more
memory & upgrade to XP
or toss the computer & get an upgraded one, or get
a floppy drive
It's my wife's computer, she doesn't use it much,
but she uses
her PP a lot & really needs to upgrade from her
"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote in message
__/ [JR!] on Friday 16 December 2005 22:56 \__
> Can the Z22 be installed on a W2K computer
> with only WIN2K SP2 not SP4?
I'd be worried about the destiny of that machine
more than I would worry
about Zire compatibility. Windows 2000 lacks
security in its own right.
Not patching it up makes it very vulnerable,
especially while connected to
the World Wide Web.
> I have an old laptop
> that's a PII w/ W2K SP2 on it & I cannot upgrade
> to any higher SP without flashing the BIOS for
> which I need a floppy drive which I don't have.
In principle, you can get a Palm handheld to
work with Windows 98 (and
maybe Windows 95 as well). I was using a Tungsten
with a Windows 98 laptop
for a while. I suggest you worry about patches
more than about communica-
tion via USB, which should be fine.
Hope it helps,
Roy S. Schestowitz | "Free the mind, the
source will follow"
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