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After cold boot touch screen of MC3090 don't calibrate.

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SOURCE: How can i cold boot

press and hold 1 & 9 ,then press power.

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SOURCE: My mc3090 freezes up on the startup screen

The next step would be to try and reload the Operating system, I think the MC3000 requires power to reload the OS so you would need a charging cradle. If that doesn't work then you can send it in for repair. If you need help I am a Motorola Business Partner and can help with this, I can give you my #.

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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