I was in the process of upgrading my bios to the latest version. In the cause, an error occured telling me some .dll file cannot be found. On reset all that I see is a dark screen with the Hp invent logo in the Middle showing USB v1.01.
How can I recover from this to reset it to my original version or how can I resolve this problem, please?
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please try to reset its because of the software corruption it usually happens in Htc models... 1.Phone turned off, press and hold the HOME and BACK buttons,
and then briefly press the END CALL/POWER button. The reset process will
start after a few seconds.
2. Wait for the phone to finish the reset process and then press MENU.
if it does not solve upgrade to latest firmware
Update to latest version http://www.htc.com/www/support.aspx
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any 533FSB P4 Northwood or Willamette processor should work, speeds available up to 3.06GHz. The board being a MSI custom made for HP, it probably wouldn't be too stable; you'd probably be better off running between 2.4GHz and 2.8GHz. An 800FSB processor at 3.0GHz would run at 2.0GHz because the BIOS would either run the FSB at 533 (because it doesn't "know" about 800FSB processors) or it would just quietly fail. Depends on the BIOS version, but not really worth forking out for a 800FSB processor to find out...
The operating systems on PDAs are different from the normal PC ones. The operating system is stored in the ROM of your PDA, and when you do a hard reset to your PDA, the windows is reinstalled from your ROM. And if there is no ROM upgrade for that particular device by directly from it's brand (sadly there is no ROM upgrade to any other version of windows for that device), you cannot upgrade your device's windows version. There is something called "Cooked ROMs" in the internet containing newer versions of windows, but they are illegal and risky. Anyway, your PDA is designed for that version of windows, including hardware, and newer versions of windows may not work correctly or completely slow down your PDA.
Hi I have some experience with this problem and found two solutions:
One is to always keep phone software version and sync software version matched. If you didnt upgrade phone version you should stick with the sync application in your original CD!
If you upgraded to the latest phone version please use the latest sync version that was available at that time! Or, even better, ask the person who upgraded your phone to recommend the best sync version.
Two is to always exit all running applications before starting to sync since some files may be marked as "in use" and the backup process will not be completed. How to do that? goto Task Manager -> Open -> More -> End All and press the back button.
Other solutions I got from an SE technician:
Remove sync software before upgrading or reinstalling it.
Try to install on a different PC.
Format the Memory Card (AFTER YOU BACK IT UP!)
Install Outlook and only then the sync app.
this pblm can be solved by resetting d mobile in master clear option. after resetting power off d mobile and on after 5 min,and connect to the net upgrade ur os, b4 upgrading remove memory stick and upgrade , this will be solved....
Hi, I have same problem. After upgrade bios to version 1.10 my ipaq h1940 don`t start windows. When switch ON appears HP logo, time line go to end, and ipaq stay block. No possible switch OFF and no starting windows.