Archive for January 2nd, 2008

I read tons of reviews about this PDA phone before bought it. Now I have it for almost 2 months and I can share the experience with it.

But first let’s see how HTC TyTN II looks like:
HTC TyTN II Kaiser
A description is available here.

Now let’s see what I like at this device:
– QWERTY keyboard is fantastic. You can write emails and SMS very quick.
– GPS included in the device. I am traveling a lot and it’s very convenient to have maps for all the Europe with me.
– Jog dial. One of the things that are not observed but very useful is jog dial, the little wheel on the big thumb, BlackBerry style Read the rest of this entry »

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1. Windows 2000
2. Windows XP
3. Windows 2003
4. Windows Vista

1. Windows 2000

Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add/Remove Hardware.
Click Add/Troubleshoot a device, and then click Next.
Click Add a new device, and then click Next.
Click No, I want to select the hardware from a list, and then click Next.
Click Network adapters, and then click Next.
In the Manufacturers box, click Microsoft.
In the Network Adapter box, click Microsoft Loopback Adapter, and then click Next.
Click Finish.

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Some applications are dependent on network functionality and they would not install if a network card is not present. As you will see in the next articles, some network parameters are changing frequently so we will need a static network card.

Microsoft Loopback Adapter is a dummy network card, no hardware is involved. It is used as a testing tool for a virtual network environment where network access is not available. Also, you must use the Loopback adapter if there are conflicts with a network adapter or with a network adapter driver. You can bind network clients, protocols, and other network configuration items to the Loopback adapter, and you can install the network adapter driver or network adapter later while retaining the network configuration information. Read the rest of this entry »


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