There are some known issues with the included charging equipment. Personally, I ordered a relatively inexpensive charger from Amazon.com that works wonderfully. All you really need is a device that turns a standard wall plug into a USB charger. You can then plug your base that the ipaq stands on into that and it should begin charging. The old battery is probably dead (mine was), but try to charge it anyway.
Note: The actual cord that came with my charger DID NOT WORK. It is sitting in a box somewhere, and if its the same thing I had (it probably is), then you just need the wall-to-USB converter.
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First, you have to be sure your ipaq has wi-fi feature is on and you can check on network connectivity option for any wrong setup there. According to your information, your ipaq is not recognized by your router and I agreed that your router is working normally. Try to reboot your ipaq and be sure to get wi-fi to turn on and try to connect it again. I have my Dell Axim also used Windows Mobile like Ipaq and it connected easily with no issue. The message in your to show me that you need first to identify your ipaq before you you can get it to connect to your network. I hope this help.
Its possible (but not likely) that when you took it into a warm room condensation built up inside it. Try removing the battery, memory cards and letting it sit in a warm, dry environment for a few days and try again.
If nothing changes I suspect that a component has failed, but -6F is still within the operational range of commercial electronics. If your device is still in warranty then I would call HP up and ask for a warranty replacement. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don't forget to rate this posting.
The back up battery always shows 100%, as far as my experience shows. The backup battery is only utilized to retain memory while the main battery is dead. The backup battery charges first, so if the ppc has enough juice to be turned on, the backup battery should be at 100%, unless it is plugged in and you are just now turning it back on. Even so, it will probably still show 100%.
Basically, you left it on too long and all the batteries died. Sorry, but your data is gone :-(
Does anyone know anything at all about changing defaults (other than what the software provides for) in any programs on the iPAQ?
If somebody knows something about ini (or other) files that might let me change these defaults, that would be most helpful.
Did you check if the PDA was hot? My battery was totally dead one day when I picked my 3715 up, just to found out it was blistering hot (was turned off) and even the backup battery was empty.
Running fine now after hardresetting it, but still...