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I have a Palm T/X that simply won't turn on at all and does not respond to the reset button. I had no warning of low battery power but I haven't charged it in a few days. I haven't sync'd it with my computer in a long time. What can I do? Have I lost the data if the battery is dead?

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HI,

Here is the solution to your problem.80% of the time the problem is with the battery.Replacing it usually fixes the problem.And 20% of the time it is the charger.So you can first try replacing the charger to see if it fixes the problem or else the problem is with the battery.

If it is still under warranty just return it to them.They will fix it.

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Posted on Apr 07, 2008

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It sounds your battery is down and thats why its not getting. Loss of battery power does not mean any loss of saved data. Just recharge is and use there might not be any problem.

If any problem occures just Aks me
And please mention your Manufacturer and model no. when asking again.

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If the battery went dead, the data you had there could be gone.
I would suggest to recharge the battery first and do the rest of the setup once the battery is fully charge.

Posted on Apr 07, 2008

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Have you tried operating it while it is connected to its cradle?

Posted on Apr 07, 2008

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