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NeedaLoan
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Registered: ‎03-01-2009
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Sych error CRTranRec:​:GetLinked​RecordID : Invalid linked recordId

My operating system is Windows 8 and I downloaded Desktop Software v 7. I am able to synch my contacts to outlook but not my calendar or notes. After the program goes through all the steps, it gives me that message and when I check, my contacts are ok but no other info. Can someone help, please

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prince2012
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Registered: ‎06-01-2012
My Device: Curve
My Carrier: BSNL

Re: Sych error CRTranRec:​:GetLinked​RecordID : Invalid linked recordId

Hi NeedaLoan

 

 

Please Check this Knowledge Base Article regarding this error message :

 

KB31008 : Error "CRTranRec:: GetLinkedRecordId : Invalid linked record Id" is displayed when synchronizing with the BlackBerry Desktop Software.

 

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nicksmith58
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Registered: ‎01-20-2013
My Device: 9700 Bold
My Carrier: Vodafone

Re: Sych error CRTranRec:​:GetLinked​RecordID : Invalid linked recordId

I have had this same problem in synchronising with Outlook.  Firstly only synchroniising calendar with the setting one way only - device to computer replace all items on computer.  Got this error message and no tranfer of data.  Then set to two way sychronising and data did transfer but still got error message.  How can I be sure the sychronisation has happended fully and properly?

 

Thanks

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tanzim
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Registered: ‎04-01-2008
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Re: Sych error CRTranRec:​:GetLinked​RecordID : Invalid linked recordId


nicksmith58 wrote:

I have had this same problem in synchronising with Outlook.  Firstly only synchroniising calendar with the setting one way only - device to computer replace all items on computer.  Got this error message and no tranfer of data.  Then set to two way sychronising and data did transfer but still got error message.  How can I be sure the sychronisation has happended fully and properly?

 

Thanks


If there any error occurred during the sync process then you'll be notified at the end of the sync process.

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thevaughans
Posts: 11
Registered: ‎08-16-2010
My Device: Bold 9000
My Carrier: Vodafone

Re: Sych error CRTranRec:​:GetLinked​RecordID : Invalid linked recordId

The problem is caused by flawed recurring appointments in your calendar and the solution is simple. It will require that you use your BB data as the base as you'll need to wipe the calendar data on you PC or Laptop. I'm assuming you're using Outlook. Here goes

 

  1. Set synchronization to be fro your BB to your PC
  2. In Outlook view your Calendar as All Appointments and add a column "Created"
  3. Synchronise and watch the appointments arrive in Outlook as the Sync runs
  4. When the offending appointment arrives the Sync will stop.
  5. Sort the calendar from oldest to newest Created and the last entry will be the offending appointment.
  6. Delete the appointment on your BB
  7. Synchronise again until all the offending appointments have been removed. I only had two out of 500 appointments and the whole process took about ten minutes.  

I can't claim credit for this solution; I found it on another forum but I've forgotten which one so you are the original author reading this, thanks!

 

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