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Scan Error Adapter Unavailable error when I attempt to find WLANS I have an MC70 device with the same error. Will a soft boot delete what's stored on the Flash card? Will a hard boot delete what's stored on the Flash card?

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    I have exactly the same problem, with a MC70 Symbol.

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A hard boot didn't seem to delete what's stored on the Flash card. I was able to retrieve the data I needed.

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