From: Eckhart Köppen (eck1001_at_gmx.net)
Date: Tue Jul 22 2003 - 08:43:53 PDT
On Tue, 22 Jul 2003 16:50:29 +0200, Damien Batstone wrote:
> I've had some minor problems; mostly sorted (win2k on an IBM TP), and you
> may have the same. I'm still using Neo 0.5, but the problem may be the
> same. I found no difference with IrXfer enabled or disabled. To get around
> this, I start receive on the newton to get the win2k IROBEX dialog up, and
> then select the file etc. on the win laptop. By this time, the newton has
> -48809'd, and I restart the receive. When the "receiver available" icon
> again pops up in the systray, I quickly click send on the PC, and it starts
> transferring. Works perfectly, though 3MB books take a while.
Yepp, this is a known problem with Win2k... I might be able to fix it
at some point, but it is quite difficult. The problem is that the
Newton times out if nothing happens for some time, but Windows takes a
while to show the IrOBEX application or add the "Send to Ir Recipient"
option to the context menu.
I'm using this workaround: Open the IrOBEX application on Windows (it's
called irftp.exe). Navigate to the file you want to send to. Start the
receiving process on the Newton side. As soon as the Ir tray icon shows
up on the Windows side, click on send in the IrOBEX Windows app.
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