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IPaq hx4700 crashed-can I recover data?

My iPaq hx4700 overheated today and did a hard reboot which caused it to wipe everything off its memory that I had installed. I can restore most of my stuff with Activesync, but I collected data today that was stored in the system's memory that I would REALLY like to recover. Any chance I can do that?

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Re: iPaq hx4700 crashed-can I recover data?

Anything left in the system memory at the time of a hard rest is gone. The only thing that returns is the files from the factory. Sorry.

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