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Everytime I use the search fuction I get a fatal alert message

On my Tungsten E Handheld I get a Fatal Alert every time I use the search function. I don't lose any data but the pda freezes up and I have to reset it

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Make sure you have over 25% remaining space on your HandHeld and try again. Otherwise try a hard reset: Hold down the power button and click the reset button.

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Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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