I have a Casio E-100 and I would like to know what are the 3 contact on the battery JK210LT one is (+) and the other is (-) but there is a middle one with (T) on it what is this one. Battery reads 3.1 v on the (+) and (-) and zero at (T) is that ok?
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are you checking your adapter. i had the same problem with my casseopeia e115. i searched and searched for the battery which even casio doesn't offer anymore. i bought a battery pack which works great w 4 AA batteries but it's bulky and you lose data when you turn off the batteries. i finally went on to discover that my charger/adapter that plugs into the e115 and the serial cradle was scorched by a lightening strike and it was not charging and eventually the batteries DIED!!! I took the adapter to an electronics repair store and for $15.00 they rewired the adapter and it works!!!! it charged the batteries and worked fine.(altho i have to visit them again because i think one of the new wires is bent and i have to position it perfectly to keep charging.) BTW: any one looking for a new casio battery jk210lt...i have a couple to sell! ;-)
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Casio had a cable that had a serial port on one side and a connector to the E-1XX on the other side. Activesync works through this: I searched on Casio E-100 sync cable serial in Yahoo. It found two hits for a cable under $40. That should allow you to install programs over your serial port. I have persoanlly only used Etronics form the list of two and they did what they said they would do.
"Casio Cassiopeia E-Series Serial Cable
Mfg Part No: JK580CA
UPC Code: 079767693206
Product listed below is: Sort this table by:
New from U.S. Distributor Vendor Rating
SORT BY: PRICE | VENDOR RATING
VENDOR SOURCE IN STOCK SHIPPING COST PRICE VENDOR RATING
DIRECT LINK Direct from Vendor
04/02/04 Yes See Site $31.86
4.5 out of 5 stars
DIRECT LINK Direct from Vendor
04/01/04 Yes $9.14 $38.35
5 out of 5 stars "
You might try this....
Assuming that you deleted a file you shouldn't have, perform a hard reset on the Casio. You know the type, the type that will erase everything from memory and reset the device to like new. I think you hold down the power button while pushing the reset or something like that if I remember correctly.
If you've already reinstalled activesync, they you would be all set.
Well, there is good news and bad news....
The good news is that your digitizer is working okay...the bad news is that you lcd isn't.
This is due to three possibilities...
1. The video controller on the motherboard is bad...unlikely
2. The ribbon cables or connectors that attaches the lcd to the motherboard is bad...possible but unlikely
3. The lcd itself is shot or damaged...seen it more than once.
The only way to really tell is to find someone else with another unit and just start swapping out pieces until you can rule out the trouble.
Or in the interim, it is possible that the cable just jarred loose a little or has become dirty, preventing full contact. Simply disassemble the thing, clean the contacts, and put it back together...not hard to do, but not for the feint of heart either.
Good luck, hope you get it fixed.
p.s. Don't be afraid to take it apart...what can you loose, just be very careful to document each step if you haven't done it before. I've done it a couple of dozen times on various Casio E-1XX machines and never had any problems yet....
Does the yellow light come on when you plug the charger in? If so, leave it charging for 2 hours, then do a hard reset while charger is still plugged in. I think, on E-100 it involves holding down Power button, while pressing reset button on the back of the unit with a stylus for a few seconds. Warning: you'll lose all your personal data on E-100 this way - but then again, it's probably lost already.
I don't have any experience with MSN service since I do not live in North America or Europe. However Lan line connectivity would definitely be faster.
Yoy would need a COMPATIBLE 10/100 mbps cf lan card & set it up using parameters supplied by your ISP. The instructions + drivers would be included in the cf lan card package.
If you had synched the device you have all your data on the desktop pc so I wouldn't worry too much except for some software which may require you to enter the reg info again.
You could try the following.
Remove both the batteries. Install the main battery. Install the backup battery preferably a NEW one.
Let the device charge to the full - until the green charging light goes out.
Switch on the device. It should now behave properly.
It would help if you generally avoid using the device when you get low battery warning. Especially the backup battery.
This is what I suggest:
Get yourself a new backup battery.
First backup your Casio.
Then install the main battery.
Plug the Casio in and recharge overnight.
Once recharged, install the new backup battery.
Make sure you do not touch the battery with your hands.
Use a tissue.
This should solve your problem if the Casio is not physically