Whilst the phone is on take the back cover off and disconect the battery this should reset the phone , replace the battery and start as normal. Also the phone slows down if you have not deleted your text message inbox,sent box, deleted box so keep on top of that and clear your cookies if you been on the internet.
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This is a setting designed by HTC to stop inadvertently pressing keys with your face when you are on the phone, but yes it is very frustrating at times. I've found that the easiest way to get around this is:
When you make a call, as soon as you've pressed 'dial' press the 'kepad' option in the lower left of the screen, this will stop the screen going blank.
I've not had any luck changing the setting within the phone so this is just what I do to resolve it. To be honest, the only time I really need the screen to be on is when I'm using the keypad to type in numbers for automated services anyway lol.
You have to execute a "hard reset". The exact method depends on the exact type of HTC phone you have. You should Google for "HTC Touch <your exact phone type> hard reset" and follow those instructions.
Make sure you follow the instructions properly. When it still doesn't boot up, you can always perform a firmware upgrade/reset, that's almost guaranteed to work, but is complicated and might break your warranty (depending on wether you bought the device yourself or got it as part of a package deal from your provider).