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770 going weird

Every time I turn on my 770 a new excel file opens. At the same time at contacts I can't edit, sort or call any entry. All of this behavior dissapears after a soft reset, but then..... when I turn the 770 off, it turns on by itself..... again with a blank excel file. Anyone ?

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Re: 770 going weird

Could you have an alarm set somewhere? If nothing else, I'd back up and do a hard reset. Might be some programs that are lost - don't know for sure. Anything in the units memory will be lost.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

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