Question about Toshiba e310 Pocket PC
My ppc was frozen and now i cant turn it on !! the reset button doesnt work and the battery was not empty . so? HeLLLLLLLLLLP
Posted by Anonymous on
Charge the battery for a long time and then go to the battery capacity screen. When the 100% show 100% charge, unplug the charger while leaving the battery capacity percentage screen on. Then you will see 100% again. I had this problem and figure a way to fix this problem. Now I have another problem. 8(
Posted on Jun 12, 2007
I am having the exact same problem. What the heck is going on. All of a sudden it was working fine until I went to use it the next day it wouldn't turn on. I had to manually flip the reset switch near the bottom. Even now I have to do that every time I want to use it. Basically it is unusable until I figure out what it is. I am wondering if the flash memory is getting worn out. I think you can only write to them a limited number of times.
Posted on Feb 04, 2007
Your suggestion to pull the battery cable works great. Problem is that even after this method of resetting, when I turn off the PDA, it still won't turn on again unless I follow your reboot procedure. The battery is good. I hope you can help--my Toshiba has been good to me till now.
Posted on Sep 19, 2005
The only solution that I found was a hard-reset... Simply remove the back cover of your Ppc removing the four little screws located on the cornes. Then disconnect the battery plug which is a rectangular white plastic piece with four red and black wires. Hold on for about 10 minutes. Plug it again and put the back cover... BINGO!!! The only little problem is that you just lose all your data... so, unless you have a backup (if you are using MS Outlook in your desktop system you have one) you will be prepared to type again all your data.. Good Luck.
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