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Dropped my Pocket PC. I could not turn it on, so

Dropped my Pocket PC. I could not turn it on, so I did a soft reboot. It turned on. I put it on the charger, and it hasn't be able to turn on again.

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  • paa7 Mar 13, 2009

    I have already tried a Hard reset.

    The model is HP HSTNH-F02X PC 2003.

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Without the model number it is hard to be specific.
I would try a Hard reset.
Some of the Hp Pda's have a battery door detect switch. You might try removing the battery door and battery. leave the battery out for a few minutes and then re-assemble.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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