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E330 crash

I was synchronising my e330 when it crashed, can anyone advise how to reset the pocket PC without removing the batteries ?

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Re: e330 crash

Use the reset button at the back side of your PDA. Keep pressing for a few seconds.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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