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I too was having this problem all of a sudden. I found another post about an apparent bug in the Palm OS. Do you have a birthday or appointment in the calendar with reminders that started in 2009? Try removing the reminders or making them start in 2010. I did that and my Palm now stays off when I power it off.
You can try doing a hard reset. A hard reset will delete everything on your device. All your
data will be deleted, and formats, preferences and other settings are
restored to their factory default settings. Don't perform a hard reset
unless you've backed up your data, or you're willing to lose everything. Here is the link for directions for the Hard Reset:
Turn it on pressing the reset at the same time or take out battery and unplug/plug the battery. Your battery may have died. If this is helpful, post as such. If it is a fixya, post as such. I had an E2, can tell you alot about it. TY
i have a tungsten e2 and it automatically turns itself on with out any buttons what so ever so the battery wont stay charged long enough for me to do any thing illput it up and come back an hour later to find the batter is already dead ill charge it unplug it and bring it to work with me to only find that when i get to work its on and the battery is draining what do i do