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EM-500 Lock-Up I have an almost 2 yr old EM-500 that is freezing up. I have about enough time to align the screen and set the time zone before it will not accept any more input. Some times it will not start up after hitting the reset botton on back. I have done a soft reset, a hard reset, replaced the main battery, attached the AC power cord....It is more frustrating than my Compaq laptop. Prior to my EM-500 having a stroke, I have not changed/added anything to it. At this time, it will not restart at all. Any ideas???

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Re: EM-500 Lock-Up

I had a similar problem a while back. It wasn't completely locked up - I could use the buttons and sync, but it wouldn't register screen taps very well. Resetting (hard or soft) didn't help. What ended up fixing it was sliding a post-it note around the perimeter of the screen (under the plastic "picture frame"). There was a piece of dirt or something under there that was interfering with it accepting screen taps (I had used some compressed air - Dust Off - to clean the screen before - that must have been the cause of the problem). Good luck!

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