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Removing Memory Cards
Before removing memory cards, turn the camera off
and confirm that the power-on lamp and monitor are
off. Open the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover
and press the card in to partially eject the card. The
card can then be removed by hand. Do not attempt to
remove the card at an angle.
Here are some steps you can take that can get you past this point.
1) Remove the battery and memory card from the device.
2) Reinsert the memory card and attempt to start the device.
3) Insert the memory card back into the phone and restart the device Note: if this does not work you may have to resort to steps that require knowledge in basic computing
4) Format the memory card
5) Wipe the cache partition of the memory card to clear all of the used system memory.
Confirm the power-on lamp and the monitor
are off and open the battery-chamber/
memory card slot cover.
Be sure to turn off the camera before opening the
battery-chamber/memory card slot cover.
Removing Memory Cards1Before removing memory cards, turn the camera offand confirm that the power-on lamp and monitor areoff. 2Open the battery-chamber/memory card slot coverand press the card in to partially eject the card. 3The card can then be removed by hand. Do not attempt toremove the card at an angle.
Insert the memory card.
4Slide the memory card in correctly until it clicks into
5Close the battery-chamber/memory card slot cover.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program such as Picasa.
Connect the phone to a computer, remove the memory card (if one is in) and sim card and use the SEUS (Sony Ericsson Update Service) program to try an update on the phone. (you can just search SEUS on google to download), follow the instructions and see if that helps. If not, turn the phone off, hold the 2+5 keys, plug in the USB and wait 15 seconds while still holding 2+5. Once this is done (you will not see any notification on your phone so count to 15) remove the USB, remove and reinsert the battery and power it on. Either of those methods should reset the phone, but recommend attempting the SEUS method first. The 2+5 keys is only intended to be accessed by phone engineers. But just so you know in future, don't click Factory setting next time, click master reset. This will remove everything barring what is on your memory card and sim card.
My Razr V3m also has this issue. One way to shut the alarm off is (1) make a call to your cell from another phone. (2) Disconnect the call from the other phone without picking up (3) You should see two events on your cell - one for missed call and the other for alarm. (4) Delete the alarm event first and then the missed call.
Drawback for this solution is you need access to another phone...everytime :-(
Sometimes, I am able to shut the alarm successfully without any problem
the one issue where when you powercylce and the allarms come back on is an issue with all windows mobile devices called a phantom alarm....it sounds like a sw malfunction....do a master reset, by going through start>settings>clear storage....back up your info fist by using the PC or the memory card....this will remove all of you info and your settings.......if you are using an outdated sw you will have to reinstall and that should fix the problem...
I may be off base but might the problem be as simple as the frequency being set for the alarm. What I mean to say is, might the default reminder time for the alarm be set to such a low setting like sec's or minutes leaving the unit to repeat the alarm rapidly prior to your being able to dismiss/snooze.
Yes, this blinking green light is an appointment notification. So if you set up an appointment for September 30th, 2005 at 9:00 AM with a reminder set to 1 day....then on Sept 29th at 9:00AM, the IPAQ will turn itself on and a reminder screen will appear on your IPAQ. After a length of time (the default of which I can't remember now) the Ipaq will turn itself off, but will leave that green light flashing. When you then turn the IPAQ back on, the reminder screen will again appear and you can choose to dismiss the reminder or snooze it.