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E-125 Will not power up ??? HELP

I was having trouble getting my 125 to power up for a little while. I would have to continuosly press the power button until it would finally power up. The battery level was always fine. Eventually it just wouldnt turn on. It has been dead for over ayear and I have finally decited to do something about this. Has anyone heard of this happening? Any advice on where to get it fixed? I hate to send it to Casio as I am sure they will rape me!!!! Thanks, Doc

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Re: E-125 Will not power up ??? HELP

I made a video how to fix your dead Casio Cassiopeia PDAs.
AFAIK it works on the following models:

Cassiopeia E-10 (AFAIK)
Cassiopeia E-11 (AFAIK)
Cassiopeia E-15
Cassiopeia E-100
Cassiopeia E-105
Cassiopeia E-115
Cassiopeia E-125

Cassiopeia E-55 (= Japanese Version of E-15)
Cassiopeia E-5xx (Japanese Versions of the E-1xx Series)

Maybe it's also applicable to the EM-500 and EM-505 ...

and read the description pls :)

http://youtube.com/watch?v=l0TT5CnbwBQ

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Re: E-125 Will not power up ??? HELP

Does anyone have the original cd's that came with the Cassiopeia E-115?

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You need new batteries.

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Re: E-125 Will not power up ??? HELP

The manual says to complete soft reset first. If that doesn't work a hard reset. Make sure to back up your data before completing it. You can find the manual with Google or go to the Casio website. Flipping the main battery lever to unlock than relock the main battery compartment seems to be a temporary solution.

Posted on Jul 13, 2007

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