It is because you have a problem with your digitizer. it is the upper layer of your LCD screen or it is commonly called as the touchscreen module. I would recommend you to bring that to a service center and have the digitizer/touchscreen module replaced. I hope that I have helped you in your problem. Good day.
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remember that you must hold down the two buttoms at the same time then push in the reset for 2 sec (holding it in). release the 2 buttoms then remove the stylus for the reset port. after about 4 sec press & release the reset buttom again, sytem will pwr up. If this doesn't resolve the issue then try the clean reset but bear in mind u will loss any thing u installed on the ipaq as system go to default setting and u will be required to align the screen. good luck
Try using your finger to calibrate the screen at first. (If you have difficult to navigate to the alignment screen use the stylus & keyboard to feel out your way) when calibrated to an accepable degree use the stylus to calibrate the sreen, if the target doesn't respond to stylus at any specific piont use your finger. Continue this process till u get it aligned as best as possible. I suspect this problem is caused by specific points on the screen going bad.
Recovery Procedure for HP iPAQ hx2750, hx2490, and hx2790 Pocket PC Series: To perform a Hard Reset on the iPAQ Pocket PC by pressing and holding the Calendar and iTask buttons (1 and 4). 2. While holding down the Calendar and iTask buttons, use the stylus to lightly press and hold the Reset button, which is located at the bottom of the iPAQ Pocket PC, for approximately two seconds. 3.. Release all buttons. 4.. Connect AC power to the iPAQ Pocket PC. The handheld Powers On, performs the normal boot sequence, and automatically restarts system.
relic, what good is this device?
why not ask HP , where if lucky , some one there can even remember that long ago.
its 14 years old. has zero value , seen in garage sales for $1
and no buyers.
why you? sorry but what good is it?> there is no service now.
my advice? is to dump this and buy a used real cell phone for $5
and work on that, work on something with a future and not this device IPAQ anything.
now here is real HP , this is not spam nor jackers or the like,
its the REAL DEAL, the maker of you DEVICE.
thats no problem, i got one of these little babys.
Nice piece of kit.
Underneath, small hole on the side by the Battery.
Use your stylus, push button. Hard-Reset.
Let me know if this Works, ****Before you rate this Solution****
Mike @ compurepair.