I forced the syn down using the Task Manager. I installed the PalmSync and that seemed to go well. I then tried again to sync the Z22, it hung up worse, that is even though I was using the sync application for the calendar, not the overwrite, and the fact that the calendar on the Z22 had been successfully updated in the previous overwrite exercise. I eventually forced the sync to stop, the cancel on the Z22 and on the DT did not cancel the sync in the time I was willing to wait. The DT flagged a message saying the cancel could take 1 minute. I waited at least 10. This interrupt resulted in a total loss of data, both on the Z22 and on the DT. Not to worry, I backed the data up for the DT. I followed my usual cut-and-paste and rename to patch the saved data back into the DT. It didn't work, still no data displayed on the DT. I tried a couple of times and tried to rediscover where everything-Palm is stored on the (yes, MS can't leave anything alone when they update the OS) W7 file system. I accomplished little or nothing in this effort so I un-installed the Palm DT. Looking on the web for a version to download I couldn't find it (must have been getting tired) but to my credit I kept a copy of the DT 6.2 installation application in my download file. I re-installed the DT and patched in the saved data, and bingo, the DT was back. I'll admit a quick edit showed something I had entered in the memo section earlier that evening wasn't there - so it seems the back up data was a change or two short of being a complete recovery - not a big problem. I now wonder if I can un-install the PalmSync and go back to were I was after installing the new driver. The only thing I really need the Z22 for is the calendar function, well the contact (phone) book would be nice tool The other stuff is on my computer and most of my memos are better read on a notebook screen. Thus I would be well served if I set the sync to involve only the calendar and contacts. Those did successfully update (I was doing an overwrite but assume sync would work to and be faster - only a test will tell).