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HP 6300 iPAQ - Crashes

I never removed the battery. What just happens is that, there were instances that by the time I look into my unit, I see a countdown and then swoosh! everything is gone! No its not a low battery problem, it is fully charged. No its not a software problem, no other softwares installed - reset to factory and still it hard resets!! Note: I have just was an instance the it says "Unrecognized battery" and yet it was never been reply by anything else, straight from the box (sealed)and it is only 5 months old. My first hard reset experience is when it is 1month old! Is there anyone who can answer us to solve the problem?

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You are not alone. I had the same problem here, the battery is just the one bundled with the device and has worked for a year. Now it always got an error message: "An unrecognized battery bas been detected..." Called HP service center, they had no solution. What a shame! Stay away from HP if you can...

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Yeah
your problem is backup battery
you need to change your backup battery

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