Have the above pda, I keep it connected to the mains whilst at work.
Went to a meeting later in the morning, could not switch unit on, the battery should be full, orange light on full when connected to mains.
Is this a problem that somebody else has had or do I have a faulty uint and need to return it, only had it two months.
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Re: Ipaq RZ 1710 won't switch on
If you've backed up your PDA, I'd strongly suggest trying a hard reset.
This has happened before to one of my RZ1710 pda's. The only solution was to hard reset it.
This can be done by pressing the two extreme left and right buttons (The Calander, and Home button) and the reset button on the bottom of your iPaq with the stylus.
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LOOKS LIKE I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE WITH A BROKEN CAPS LOCK KEY. Seriously, if you want answers and support, you don't have to write in capital letters, we will still see your problem regardless. But, as the person above said, you need a network card. If I'm correct, you need an SD wireless card. These simply fit into the SD card slot and allow you to have wireless internet. I'm hoping that this information is correct as I am a little hazy on the topic at hand, so don't blame me if I'm wrong. Hope this helps. = )
press the 1st and 4th button on the shortcut menu on the front and press the reset button. This will go through a complete hard reset and deactivate the battery. IT will take your PDA back to factory default mode. It saves you a lot of trouble. GOOD luck. If my explaining it to you didnt help then google "complete reset pda ipaq 1710". :)
I have many a time wanted to increase the main memory in my PDA. Sadly, there is no way to upgrade the main memory (unless you are handy at soldering, regulating voltages, and all that fun stuff). I have seen some web sites that upgraded older Palm's main memory but never an IPAQ (ie. Pocket PC).
I suggest removing the older program before installing the newer version. If you have addresses saved in the program, I would first save those to a differnt file so that the uninstall does not delete them.
To uninstall the program from the PDA tap the windows button, tap settings, tap the system tab, tap memory, and finally the remove programs link near the bottom of the screen. A list will appear with all the programs loaded on your PDA. Just tap the one you want and then tap remove.