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Freezing/crashing If not used for a couple of minutes it freezes and im having to 'soft' start

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98% device get freezes because not enough memory to run programs, XDAII mini do have only 64MB, if you have installed many application on device better move them to SD Card. Windows mobile will not close application as you click on close button you have to goto "Running Programs" and stop unwanted running programs. or else try "SPB Pocket Plus" if you close programs and remove them from memory. as i experience if you installed few app's and few games you will get less than 20MB to run application its really not enough.

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Repair the registry entries created by a failed setup and delete the files thatstill remain on your hard disk. Delete the contents of C:\Windows\Temp folder.

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