From time to time my ipaq will not restart it has been in twice now and the engineer has stated that it is a build up of static and all it needs is a reset how do i do this as i have taken the battery out and tried what i believe is a hard reset can you help me?
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I have had this problem before and found that if I put it on the charger for 20 minutes or so, (no lights), then did a hard reset (press the button on the bottom with a paperclip and hold the power button for 7 seconds) the lights would come on to indicate charging. If not, by now it is old and just may not work anymore. Good luck.
First sorry for my bad english.I have a same PDA (acually its dead :-( ) And me too had this problem.Try moving a little bit your pda on cardle, or (this looks like crazy but actually worked for me) do not fully put in the cardle into pda.I mean dont stick in into cardle, just a little bit.
It's a problem with either the memory board or the button board. With my h5550, the bottom buttons started to stop working and eventualy the PPC stoped charging all together. You can find parts for it online. If all the buttons are working fine, then it's most likely the motherboard. Otherwise it should be the button board.
I had to install several updates on my H5550 to get the wireless to work. You need firmware 1.10.10 to start with (the latest version), then there are several wireless firmware updates, and a wireless driver you need to install. I can´t remember what these were off the top of my head, but it might help point you in the right direction.
If you take a look on the back of your battery, it will give you a mAh value ie 1550mAh, the higher the number, the longer it will last.. most replacement batteries are 1550mAh, and very cheap, but you can get 3000mAh batteries, which should last twice the time, but they´re as much as 5 times as expensive... they obviously take longer to charge too..