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When the battery dies there is an internal battery that will keep the device running so that all of the programs will still have functionability. Once that internal battery dies the date/time stamp resets back to the factory settings which is January 1, 2005. To keep this from happening you will need to install a time patch onto the device.
Try first removing PDA battery and sse if reset. If you can bypass the date screen you can also do a master reset from ' settings' menu. The firmware in your pda is corrupted , it must be reinstalled, provide make and model thanks.
If the pda was made in 2005, it's likely that there is a small watch battery somewhere which saves your settings, date, time, etc. If this "CMOS battery" needs to be replaced, you're probably losing all of those basic settings whenever you let the main battery lose too much of a charge. Hopefully, it's easy to access.
Duh... I figured out that my PC had the date set a month ahead! Not sure how that happened. The Axim was dutifully synching up w/ the wrong date, and so the November appointments didn't register. Thanks for checking.