Treo… The good and the bad…

No time to blog about anything interesting today as my Treo is having issues. Probably time for a clean reboot. Before I pull the trigger I need to put together a list of the required steps to bring this thing back to the land of the usable. I could use the Missing Sync feature to backup the installed files, but then I would end up with whatever mysterious set of files and preferences have collided to cause the current set of problems.

How funny… I just noticed that I used to have Documents To Go installed on my Treo, but I must have deleted it accidentally a while back. Used it so infrequently I just now noticed. Sort of like MS Office on my Mac. It seems that we’ve finally passed the turning point of the ubiquitous Word Document in favor of HTML. Still wish I had Excel for Windows on my Mac. Excel for Mac itself is not nearly as good.

Just finished up the “Clean Reset” and sure enough, all of the problems my Treo was having were “restored” along with everything else that was backed up… So, tomorrow morning I have to do a hand install. Let’s hope I don’t forget to set the encoding first…

Heck, I don’t have time to configure it all over again… Let’s hope the Missing Sync restore process can just get it done right. Might have a story about Blendtec blenders coming up…

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