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If the pda was made in 2005, it's likely that there is a small watch battery somewhere which saves your settings, date, time, etc. If this "CMOS battery" needs to be replaced, you're probably losing all of those basic settings whenever you let the main battery lose too much of a charge. Hopefully, it's easy to access.
To set the time: Press the date/time button (next to the feed button) to make the time appear on the display. Then press and hold the "Time Set" button (the "=" button) until the first digit of the time setting begins to flash. Then just enter the current time with the keypad (3:30 is 0-3-3-0) and use the "AM-PM" key (the "x" button) to toggle am/pm. After you have the time entered, press and release the "Time Set" (=) again to set the new time.
To set the correct date: Press the date/time button (next to the feed button) to make the date appear on the display rather than the time. Then press and hold the "Time Set" button (the "=" button) until the first digit of the date begins to flash. Do the same as before to set the new date. Don't forget to press the Time Set button after you set the date or it will not record the change.
If for some reason you need to reset your calculator, turn it over and stick a pencil into the reset hole next to the battery compartment. That will reset everything.
It looks like the phone software had been damaged. Try to do first a factory setting reset from phone setting menu. If this does not fix it you can try downloading phone software update, probably this will sort it out.
I recently had a problem similar to this when I went to Thailand. While in Thailand I changed my phone settings to not sync with the local towers so I could maintain a certain time. then when I returned home 30 days later, I forgot what I did to fix it. The solution was to go to Start, Settings, then scroll through More until you get to the Phone Settings Program. then choose F for clock and time zone. Change the setting from Automatic to Manual, or vice-versa if that will solve your problem. Then go to Start, Settings, More until you get to Regional Settings and make sure they are set how you want them. If that does not work, you need to contact your local provider for assistance on how they automatially set your time and date. Always remember to remove the battery and replace it to reset the phone just in case that helps. Good luck.
Simple fix for a corrupted Date Book sync error (at least it worked for me on my Treo 650).
1). Turn off 'Show Calendar Event' in the Phones 'Options - General Preferences' menu.
2). Turn off phone.
3). Set the Date/Time to the maximum limits (12/31/31) in Preferences.
4). Open the Calendar and view the maximum day 12/31/31.
5). Select 'Purge - (Delete events older then 1 week)' in the Calendars Options menu.
6). Reset the Date/Time to the current day in Preferences.
7). Hotsync (Desktop Calendar overwrites handheld).
8). Hotsync again to make sure you don’t get the error (Synchronize the files).
The attempt to open the database failed.
Date Book application database is not found. Please invoke the Date Book application on the handheld once and re-synchronize.
- Not Synchronized
Outlook Calendar synchronization failed