Question about HP iPAQ rx5915
First checkpoint is the internal antenna - you can check this by getting hold of an external one (they're about AUS$20 off the net, make sure its got a MMCX connector). If that works, the internal antenna is detached/failed. This may be beyond a home remedy and require HP repair (or just settle for using the external antenna).
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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