The range on a Casio's IrDA port is only about 3 feet, maximum, so I rather doubt you'd be using it much even if the software worked. There was some sort of plug-in thing available for around USD$40 or so, came out last year... I forget the name. It was this little round-ended cylinder that plugged into the audio-out jack, an IrDA port at the top, and it used the power to the headphone jack to boost performance to 'consumer IrDA' standards. Nevo maybe? I forget. Anyway, doing a Google search, or maybe looking in the archives at PocketPCPassion or PocketPCThoughts might help, as I recall both those sites having front page items about it back a year ago or so. Came with decent software too, though I don't remember if it supported an older MIPS machine like yours.
Gerard Ivan Samija
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