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HP 360LX and 340LX Palmtop PCs - Windows CE Services Does Not Work on Windows NT

QUESTION: How can I make Windows CE Services work on my Windows NT computer? It does not work now.
ANSWER: If your Windows NT computer does not have networking components installed, Windows CE Services cannot communicate with the Handheld PC.
DETAILS: To install these required components, do the following:
  1. Select Start, Settings, and then Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Network.
  3. In the Network Configuration dialog box, select Yes.
  4. In the Network Setup Wizard:
    1. Verify that Wired to the network is selected.
    2. Verify that Remote access to the network is not selected.
    3. Select Next.
  5. Select the Select from list button.
  6. In the Select Network Adapter dialog box:
    1. Find MS Loopback Adapter in the Network Adapter list.
    2. Select OK.
  7. In the Network Adapters list, verify that MS Loopback Adapter is selected and select Next.
  8. In the Network Protocols list, verify that only TCP/IP Protocol is selected (everything else is not selected) and select Next.
  9. Select Next again when you see the Network Services list.
  10. Select Next to install the selected components.
  11. In the Windows NT Setup dialog box, enter the directory where your NT source files are located (for example, D:\i386) and select Continue.
  12. In MS Loopback Adapter Card Setup, accept the default Frame Type by selecting Continue.
  13. In the TCP/IP Setup dialog box, select No when asked to use DHCP.
  14. In the Microsoft TCP/IP Properties dialog box:
    1. In the IP Address tab, verify that MS Loopback Adapter is selected in the Adapter list.
    2. Select the Specify an IP Address option.
    3. In the IP Address entry, type 1.1.1.1.
    4. In the Subnet Mask entry, enter 0.255.255.255.
    5. Leave the Default Gateway entry blank.
    6. Select OK.
  15. Select Next to pass the bindings dialog box.
  16. Select Next when Windows NT Networking is ready to start the Network.
  17. Select Next to accept all the defaults when asked for the Computer Name.
  18. Select Finish to complete the Networking Wizard.
  19. In Network Settings Change, select Yes to restart your computer.
    After logging in to the Windows NT computer with a user account with Administrator privileges, run Windows CE Services Setup to completion.

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