Please help.....all of a sudden my ipaq has developed a white screen problem where it lights up and nothing works. It also does't register in charging in the cradle or seperate power supply. If i remove the battery and leave it a few seconds and then put it back in it stays swithced off but as soon as I put it back in the charger the white screen comes back and no functions at all. Is this terminal?????
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Because the iPAQ is not booting up you wont be able to back up any data .
You can uninstall and re-install the Active Sync 4.5 from www.hp.com . Try synchronising . No go then try updating BIOS from the same link www.hp.com. If unable to do so please reply back with the iPAQ serial number (s/n) and product number (p/n).
Or first do a Soft Reset ( will not wipe off data ) by clicking on the link below : http://www.howtoreset.com/IPAQPDAs/IPAQ6500
If still no go then go to Hard / Clean reset as in second part of teh above link. It will wipe off the entire data though.
Still no go , please refer to the nearest authorised service centre .
I believe I've figured out what caused my white screen problem. I finally broke down and purchased a nice holster for my 8525. It had a magnetic catch to keep it closed. Within a couple of days I experienced my first white screen. I thought that was pretty wierd, but thought it must just need to be re-booted. Later that night the same thing happened. Throughout the weekend it happened many more times. I got on the internet to see if anyone else was having the same problem...OMG. In site after site the same thing; my 8525 has developed a white screen. I came across one where the writer mentioned that he had just purchased a case with a magnetic closure. I took mine out of the case I'd just purchased, changed the battery, and turned it back on. I have not had a white screen since. I'm back to a velcro closure forever! Good luck.
have the same unit. Indoor pictures are hard to take, since there is no flash. You can change the light settings, but it still look dark unless it's a REALLY well-lit area.
When using the camera, hit the settings button on the screen and tap on White Balance. Try using "Tungsten" or "Fluorescent" and see how those work for your lighting conditions. The camera works best when there's natural light present.