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and got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "HP
Support" or "Compaq Support" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support).
Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating
system when requested. Look for Manuals throughout the site.
No, you do not need an upgrade. You'll need to be download only "Windows Mobile Device Center" to your Vista PC instead of ActiveSync. (ActiveSync is not compatible with Vista, instead Microsoft changed the software a bit called "Windows Mobile Device Center" and can be downloaded from Microsoft's website.) Your Vista PC should also recognize your ipaq PPC without needing any driver CD. I hope it helps.
U can check it out using vista ultimate crack version otherwise check the compaq's site for ur model specifications
According to me u can succeed try it out or send me ur configuration and then i will give u answer
If you purchase a new battery, they usually come with directions and special tools to change the battery. I had the same issue with 2 of mine when I got them at a used electronics store. IF it is the battery that is not working, then replacing it is easy, and you can get a replacement at your local Battery-Plus store.
In my case, one was fixed by a new battery, the other was not, and I actually had to press pretty hard in the cradle to get the second one to work. It never worked out of the cradle, so I gave that one to a neighbor kid to tear apart and see if he could get it working. (I got them for $15, so no big loss.)
Have you tried to remove the battery for a few moments? Hopefully if you try this, all your data was backed up, because removing the battery will lose your data. But, if the system is stuck at the "welcome" screen, then removing the battery wipes out the memory. The system will be just like right out of the box (unless you flashed the rom with an updated version of the Operating system, that won't roll back by just removing the battery).
If your not sure what I meant by flashing the rom, it is the upgrade process from windows 2002 to 2003 version. That is the only change that will not be lost by removing your battery.
First try to charge it . If it does not power on try a hard reset. If this does not work and if you are dedicated to your pda, invest a new battery
Shop at (ebay, Amazon, Shopzilla,etc) batteries are easily installed
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