K well, this thing is pritty old, hasn't really been used in a while. i don't have the manual. what happens is when i push the power button..nothing happens, so i put it on ac power, again nothing happens. the little white switch at the bottom..i move it from left to right, and then bascailly the thing starts up in dos or w/e for a sec, it says compel electrnics, 2003..and like..yeah just a bunch of stuff like that. THEN it goes to a black screen for a seconds, and then switches to plain white screen..from there on its basically frozen, i can't do anything expect for flick the little white switch at the bottom...is this thing dead or what? like..can i do anything more, it hasn't been dropped or anything like that, its just been off for a while so i'm gonna asume its fine
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Need hexeditor. 1.Open kernel.nb0 file 2.Go to offset 0x1012 and u find 0x09 (english) change it to 0x0C (japanese). 3.Now when you flash the english rom will not say anymore that invalid language it will see it as a japanese rom 4.After flash the pocket pc it will reset , and the english rom it will start You still have the old japanese bootloader
Hope this helps
i had a similar problem where it kept lokcing up and being really slow, unfortunately i had to do a hard reset ( sets the phone back to its original settings ) and after that it worked fine, i think the problem was that i had to many aftermarket programs on it that stay running in the backround once they were gone it was back to norma.
I suspect this is a powersaving issue:
u need to play with the system power saving configuration dialogs, and turn off WLAN card power saving.
maybe you will have to give completely up the power saving - only backlit.
I have read some Information about Toshiba PDAs. There is a technique called SD™ IO card. In the technical specifications I found this Info:
1 x SD™ card slot (supports SD™ memory card, SD™ IO card, MultiMedia card)
So when SD™ IO card is the same as Bsquare SDIO Now! tecnique...
as far as I know the e750 supports the SD-Card I/O standard.
You can check your system seettings, go to START - SETTINGS - SYSTEM - SYSTEM INFORMATION - DRIVERS
There should be seen the SD/MMC Host driver, the SD/MMC Memory Driver and CF Card driver. Also if the gps card needs a driver, it should be installed also!
Perhaps a system reset helps you in the end!