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How can I reset my Pocket PC e310 and e330 should it hang or not react?

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A Reset of your Pocket PC is equivalent to "Restart" of a desktop computer. Carry out the Reset only in such unusual cases as when a button or tapping the screen does not respond. When your Pocket PC is reset, no data will be deleted. All stored information like Addresses, Contacts, Tasks or Programs are still stored in the Pocket PC memory. To Reset the Pocket PC, the power must be on. Then press the Reset switch with the stylus, then release. Your Pocket PC should function properly thereafter. If the functions cannot be restored, even after the reset button is pressed, Initialise your Pocket PC (refer to the FAQ article: How can I initialise my Pocket PC (Factory Reset).

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Make sure your device is off before performing hard reset. While holding the power button press in on the reset switch with your stylus then release the power button. When a screen appears release the reset switch.

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Initialize my Pocket PC


When you initialize your Pocket PC, the factory default values are reset to the status as when you originally purchased the Pocket PC e330 or e310. NOTE: When you initialise your Pocket PC, all data stored in the memory is deleted. Your Pocket PC's initially installed programs are not deleted. Before initialization your Pocket PC, remove all storage cards. To initialize your Pocket PC, please follow the steps: Turn off the power Press the power button while pressing and holding the reset switch with the stylus. Then release the power button When a screen appears, release the reset switch When initialization is completed, the Welcome screen appears. Set up the system according to the screen as in the case of startup procedure.

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A Reset of your Pocket PC is equivalent to "Restart" of a desktop computer. Carry out the Reset only in such unusual cases as when a button or tapping the screen does not respond. When your Pocket PC is reset, no data will be deleted. All stored information like Addresses, Contacts, Tasks or Programs are still stored in the Pocket PC memory. To Reset the Pocket PC, the power must be on. Then press the Reset switch with the stylus, then release. Your Pocket PC should function properly thereafter. If the functions cannot be restored, even after the reset button is pressed, Initialise your Pocket PC (refer to the FAQ article: How can I initialise my Pocket PC (Factory Reset).

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PDA e310, e330 or e740 together with Windows NT 4.0


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