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where you able to perform the reset? if you wheren't then use a small pin or a needle to press the reset button.
if it sitll doesn't help you may have to perform a hard reset, it should fix the problem but you will lose all data stored in the memory, but everything on a storage card or safe storage / permanent storage will stay.
Do a hard reset, hold down the power button, volume down button AND the ok/enter button. At the same time press the reset button in the back of the diamond (under the cover). Keep holding the buttons, other than reset, until you get a message giving you further instructions to hard reset.
Had the same problem: the battery is simply exhausted. Suggest you buy a new battery. A possible solution you might try is to connect it to a charger and make a hard reset (loosing all data and programs stored). Good luck
Hi again. Give me your email adress please, for me to send you the required upgrades. Read my other post in the other section you've wrotten and you will have the instructions on how to do everything there. Thanks.
When you charge up your iPaq, do you use the cradle, or do you use the AC-adapter with the little iPaq power converter that came with the iPaq?
Try both, and see if it charges up your pda.
Try and borrow an iPaq car-charger and see if it charges up that way (the ones that do not need the iPaq power converter).
If you are lucky enough to power up the iPaq even for 2 minutes, enable USB fast charging in the SETTING -> BATTERY. Your USB-data-cable or cradle will then be able to charge it up that way...