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    __avd 1,826   8 Years Ago

    [QUOTE=serkan sendur;888054]could you attach the dll to your post so i can download it?[/QUOTE] It's My Pleasure. Read More

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What version of visual studio are you running and what versions of the .NET framework do you have installed?

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Do you need just one small Microsoft.Smartdevice.Connectivity.dll (size 60 KB) file ? Do you think it would be easier just to copy and send via email ?

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Do you need just one small Microsoft.Smartdevice.Connectivity.dll (size 60 KB) file ? Do you think it would be easier just to copy and send via email ?

why not?

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Do you need just one small Microsoft.Smartdevice.Connectivity.dll (size 60 KB) file ? Do you think it would be easier just to copy and send via email ?

From my experience this leads to more problems than solutions as you probably will be missing other assemblies or configuration files. I have a number of assemblies in the application folder but I don't know which installer they came from.

I looked around but couldn't find a link to download the assembly...

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i posted this question to msdn forums too, i didnt get any answers.
communicating with pocket pc is a problem in general.

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I have the same file in the same folder you pointed out. I had installed Visual Studio Team System 2008.

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I have the same file in the same folder you pointed out. I had installed Visual Studio Team System 2008.

could you attach the dll to your post so i can download it?

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could you attach the dll to your post so i can download it?

It's My Pleasure.

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The formats of files supported in attachments with posts don't include DLL. I can send the DLL file you are looking for to any email you provide as email attachment.

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.zip dude
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I want to download Microsoft.SmartDevice.connectivity.dll Version 10.0.0.0. who can help me?

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