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Start up problems

I have upgraded to WM5, and for a couple of days everything worked out fine. Then suddenly the iPAQ started to freeze during start up. When I try a soft reset the process starts, but after 10-15 sec it freezes again and the screen becomes white. From there I have also tried a hard reset several times, but it keeps freezing during start up. I have charged the battery through the night but it does not help. Now I try to remove the battery for some hours and hope it will completely reset everything. Any other suggestions??
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Tell me frankly,
did you really do hard-reset and the problem still?, my experience is that hard reset process is that it will do re-installing a default windows to your devices. If you sure it was a start-up problem, then the problem is solved already.
Unless the problem is similar with Ekse's one (it maybe after he/she 'googling' with few technician and got that result).
I suggest to re-flash your BIOS using PC.

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I had the same problem few years ago with my 3950

I kept it on the charger and it just kept doing that, and finaly died totaly.

I send it to repairs and found out it was a motherboard / chipset problem and the motherboard would need to be replaced.

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