There is no 'installer' for WinCE 2.11 (your device runs under the CE 2.11 version, I think). A hard reset restores the device to factory-specification, making it unnecessary to install the OS nor any component of it. It's hardwired, part of the chip, basically. The MIPS processor used in most Casios (the BE-300 being the one apparent exception) is not flashable, and so no installer was ever made for it.
For Pocket Word files, I think you'd have to find a way to get them converted on the PC into a format your Casio could read. Word on a PC should be able to do that, I think. I don't use Word on a PC, preferring TextMaker on my iPAQ. Good luck in your hunt, but it seems unlikely to find resolution. Very, very few developers bother supporting Palm-size PC devices any more. I find that even my old Casio EG-800, just three years on the market now, is almost completely passed over when new versions of most programs come out. Even Pocket Backup, a program for which I did extensive early beta testing, no longer comes in a MIPS version. Developers are sometimes fickle, and I'm bitter about it. I figure 5 years should be the minimum, unless a device is hardly used by anyone. There's still a ton of working Casios being used every day!
Gerard Ivan Samija
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