Aceeca, the PDA makers from New Zealand have released the much awaited 64-bit Windows USB Drivers for Garnet OS. And they are the first ones to do it…!!

Aceeca now supports USB Drivers for Palm/Garnet OS devices for 64-bit Windows platform (currently tests confirmed on Microsoft Windows 7). This driver has also been digitally signed to comply with the Windows 64-bit kernel mode driver requirements. This new driver works with all of Aceeca’s Garnet OS devices.

Since they are such a credible name in the PDA world, you may feel free to test the drivers on any Garnet Powered device (or Palm OS 4.x/5.x devices) and let us know if you have any problems.

header logo aceeca1 Aceeca does groundbreaking work, 64 bit Windows USB Drivers for Garnet OS

This is to show we are still supporting Garnet very strongly…

We too would support the “original” Palm until our last breath, because we love it too…!!

Please visit http://www.aceeca.com/forums/showthread.php?t=366 to download the drivers and take part in discussions…!!

Related posts:

  1. Aceeca MEZ1500 – now with Garnet OS
  2. Aceeca PDA32 – final pricing, USB drivers
  3. Aceeca working on Garnet OS tablet
  4. Class 1 Bluetooth and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi to come to Aceeca PDAs
  5. Aceeca releases ROM update for Palm OS Meazura

8 Responses to “Aceeca does groundbreaking work, 64-bit Windows USB Drivers for Garnet OS”

  1. Thanks for the good news! =)

    Now I can sync my Palms on my new Win7 64 PC instead of my old notebook with XP. =)

    Can’t believe this is true!

    Cheers!

  2. Yes Matthias, there are still some people who care for the old things. With us being around, you can be assured that your palm will never get old.

    Cheers…!!!

  3. Hi,
    I have to admit that I recently saw a TX at the gym.

    These devices rock still even today…

    Tam

  4. I have been watching several forums and the driver is working on Vista 64bit/ 7 64bit. There has been palm TX/ Treo 680/ Palm E/ Palm E2/ Zire 71/ m500 and a 515 that are know able to hotsync over usb cable.

  5. Just found these drivers and now successfully synced my Palm TX with my new MSI Windows 7 64 bit laptop. Not only synced but now also able to charge it via the USB cable.

    Was getting desperate – but found the drivers in the nick of time, just before deciding whether to trash the Palm. Now I can use it for many more years!

    Thanks to all those that made these drivers available.

  6. Do not trash your device PT. You will see more and more coming in the near future ;)

    All the best…!!!

  7. SUBJECT
    My Procedure for Successful Installation of Palm HotSync Drivers On Vista & Win7 OS Computer
    ************************

    Dear Palm Users

    WOW !!!

    I can now HotSync my Palm Centro to my Win7 LapTop!!!
    All of it …. Photos, Calendar, Notes, Addresses / Phone#’s Etc!!!

    WOW !!!

    I’m so happy … I decided to write up a complete “HOW_TO” document, to help persons like you to be able to do the same. You will be happy also!!

    This is my way of “contributing back” …. for the many Resources, Forums, WebPages, SoftWare (Open Source & otherwise), I use daily on Internet.

    Also my way of saying thank you to following persons / organizations:
    A)Thank you http://www.aceeca.com/ for originally coding the needed HotSync 64bid Vista & Win7 Drivers.
    B) Thank you (again) http://www.aceeca.com/ for making these drivers Internet available for free download.
    C) Thanks to who-ever it was that a) Discovered the Aceeca Drivers, b) Realized their application to (urgently needed) Palm HotSync Drivers for 64bid Vista & Win7 computers, and then c) Posted their discovery, for the whole world to use!!
    D) And finally thanks to WyerNut, of http://forums.hpwebos.com/ for his moderation of all those Palm Forums, and having discovered the Aceeca Drivers, installed them on his Windows Vista. and then.took the time to post his own”HOW_TO”!! (A copy of which I have incorporated, with links, into my Win7 “HOW_TO” document, link below.)
    E) Thank you all!!

    ****************

    TITLE: My Procedure for Successful Installation of Palm HotSync Driver On Vista & Win7 OS Computer. This Driver Is For a HotSync of Many (?Most?) Palm Hand Held Devices (Older Palm-PDA’s, Centro, Treo, etc), To The So-Called “Palm DeskTop”.

    To HotSync many (?most?) PalmOS or HP/PalmWebOS Devices to 64bit Vista and Windows 7 operating systems, you can sucessfully use the needed hardware drivers from http://www.aceeca.com/ However, getting them installed is not “an automatic”. You will have to do the install yourself, step by step. If you need guidance, please click on the link below, to use my “Complete Palm HotSync Aceeca Driver Installation Guide”:
    http://ww2.usca.edu/ResearchProjects/ProfessorGurr/Documents/PalmHotSyncDriverWin7Vista64bit

    Caution: The Aceeca drivers are most certainly good for more recent PalmWebOS devices. And according to various Palm forums, there are statements that these drivers also work for the older PalmOS devices.
    The Aceeca TroubleShootGuide, talks about Hotsync ACEECA Palm OS 4.x or Garnet OS 5.x device, in ways that the driver will work on these devices:

    http://www.aceeca.com/products/pub/english/Troubleshooting_USB_driver_installation_on_Windows_7_64-bit.pdf

    HOWEVER, I have not tried this, and only seen a few reports of success by others. Concerning Aceeca Drivers, one report says ” 64bit driver works with palm os4 and os5 smartphones and pda’s”

    http://forums.precentral.net/palm-wm-devices/281016-64bit-driver-works-palm-os4-os5-smartphones-pdas.html

    So, if you have the time to experiment, give it a try and let me know. Thanks

    If you like my Guide (or notice needed corrections / improvements) could you please drop me a line!!

    Sincerely Henry Gurr
    HenryG ___ Aiken.SC.edu .

    *****************************

  8. Hi,
    sorry for the slow reply!

    Thank you so much for talking back!

    All the best
    Tam Hanna

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