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My PalmOne Tungsten E2 has a fatal alert "DataMgr.c, Line:8872,DmWrite:DmWriteCheck failed" Is there anything I can do to recover from this

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I advice you reset the device, resetting it will help fix the abnormalities and put back the device in place, you are not going to lose any file by resetting it.just reset device, it will fix the problem.

Take care.

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

  • wdevantier1 Jul 12, 2010

    I've tried the hard reset without any solution to the problem. ie. I get the same fatal alert message



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