I have been trying unsuccessfully reload my ROM after unsuccessful ROM upgrade. There was a disconnect before 50% update. I can get to a screen that says "WLAN MISMATCH" and another that says "Pre-BL: 1.00.04" with USB is connected. I always get "USB Device Not Recongnized" on my connected computer so cannot get the ROM reloaded. Can you help? Do you have a solution?
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I think you've know already (as an experienced technician) that opening h/w case won't solve anything.. The normal BIOS write is about 20 min (or more), longer than that it could be a problem with ActiveSync or your PC connections. I'm afraid the ROM chip cannot re-restore because flashing basically format and write your BiosRom chip. Just pray that doing "hard reset" will turn your 'tiny' IpaQ to come alive.
I had contact to helpdesk:
I made again an hard-reset, and now i can use the Bluetoth again with no problem.
Now i have only one Icon for bluetooth and wireless on the desktop. Bevor i had also two Icons.
The helpdesk said, that at running the Rom-Update you have to shot down firewall and virus-software on your maschine. Then make a hard-reset and run the rom-update again.
Have you been able to connect through your router at home? I'd get that set up and running first. Then doing it on the road will merely be variations on a familiar theme. If you've tried at home but it hasn't worked, let us know something about your home network (what kind of router? using security/encryption?), and about what you've already tried so we can try to help.