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Sharp Wizard OZ-570 Unit simply went dead. will not start, screen is blank. Have installed new batteries. Have not done reset as I don't want to lose all the info stored. Can we get it up and running without losing data?

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See as the unit is not starting up, you cannot transfer the data by connecting to a computer, The only option to take it to a sharp service center, where they can connect it to a different motherboard and try transferring the data.
Still i cannot guarantee if the memory chip has gone bad then it is possible to backup at all.

let me know .....

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Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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You will need 3 items to interface your Wizard with a USB port.

1. A generic USB to RS-232 adapter cable (with 9-pin serial connector, to match the connector on the OZ-730 interface cable).

2. A USB to RS-232 driver for the above cable. (If you have Windows XP: HL-340.EXE, contained in 111.rar, which can be downloaded from www.usbserialdrivers.com. If you have another version of Windows, or if you have Linux, you will have to consult the documentation on www.usbserialdrivers.com to find the correct driver.

3. Software to communicate with the Wizard. You should be able to use the software that came with it, or purchase RuppLynx, or download Microsoft ActiveSync or a similar free program.

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