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well...the CD you are talking about can be procured from another user or from your phone's official home-page(if any). The upgrade for windows 5/6/6.1 is possible only if your pocket pc has at least 128 of RAM 64 ROM and a processor of at least 300MHz(i tested under these conditions and it worked fine for win 5 mobile and it worked a bit sloe for win 6).For win6.1 you require double the amount of resources. Plus of that, I don't recommend you upgrading because the fact that your device is a bit old can be an important factor for this upgrade.
As per my knowledge,
Windows Mobie Pocket PCs with a Windows Mobile 2003 and later platform lose all the data when the battery is removed or too low due to the volatile nature of your PPC's memory.
This problem has been solved from Windows Mobile 5 onwards.
Thats all that I can tell you.
Hi. You can hard reset your device by pressing the left and right upper softkeys at the same time, and while pressing them press the reset hole with the stylus. Don't forget to get a backup of all your data since a hard reset will erase your data. Hope this helps.
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This problem occurs when the following conditions are true:
You back up data from a volume that contains a Microsoft SQL Server database.
The recovery model of the SQL Server database is configured to use an option that is different from Simple.
Submit a request here to get a hotfix from Microsoft ( Its free and no product key will be asked )
Nowadays PDAs and Smartphones come with different operating systems. Nokia and Sonyericcson use the Symbian based software. You have indicated your model group as i-mate. It comes with Windows CE pocket PC edition which is totally different than Symbian. There are many softwares available. what kind of software do you need? You can proceed to download.com and choose the category as Windows CE or Pocket PC you will see alot of applications Good Luck
make a backup of all files and contacts, because if you have removed the software and still get ewallet popping up you will have to do a factory reset.
To do this go to start>settings>system>clear storage and then type in the password normally default 1234 and press yes if you want to lose all data and revert to factory settings.