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Cassiopeia E 105 S resettlement WinCE

by m.diac / May 25, 2011 3:51 AM PDT

Hello.
I apologize if you open a closed discussion, too old etc.. I have a Cassiopeia E105S Win CE (outdated but I recognize the big screen and reliability advantage, a nephew of the country would be one of happiness to have). What I want to please you reinstall WIN CE (which is in Spanish and probably missing from the program errors, etc.) and can come up with an idea, any advice from those who own it and know how to do something. Do not really know where its base and can not connect to the PC. Win CE installation can be launched directly from the card? Is there an alternative? It helps that I have a card reader and I copy the installation software on the card .. but why and how ...
Thanks in advance for helping.
Regards Mark.

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It does not accept the use of pirated software.
by m.diac / May 26, 2011 4:36 AM PDT

Right .. But is property of my (PDA) and can choose which operating system I run on it is ok ..?
Looking for an idea I can give even a refres system, or an update for English or replace it with any other compatible system.
PS. It does not accept the use of pirated software.
With respect and consideration for all those who helped me.
You are very helpful and I appreciate it. Sad

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Yes, but there is a problem when we speak of Windows.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 26, 2011 10:50 AM PDT

The licenses are quite bizarre and does not allow one to use another image without the maker or Microsoft issuing said content.

Many were unaware of this and were thinking it's like other (Windows) PCs. It's a strange thing and the licenses are tighter than we every imagined.

Bob

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Unlike today's Androids
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 25, 2011 6:19 AM PDT

There are legal issues swirling around changing a WinCE ROM or OS. This is why you didn't see of find a solution to this issue. Do I need to put this more bluntly?
Bob

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