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Have you tried the "Power Flee". Sometimes this small step works where we don't expect it to be..
>Press and hold the "power button" for 5-10 seconds.
>Remove all cables, peripheral devices(If connected)
>Take out the laptop battery and wait for couple of minutes.
>Insert the battery again and try to boot.
If it passes through the dell logo screen now and still stuck somewhere(BLACK / BLANK screen), then we can try "advanced boot options", Windows vista / 7 WINRE options(startup repair, system restore, various commands from "command prompt", and complete factory restore).
If its still stuck on that same dell loading screen, consult your manufacturer for hardware diagnostics.
Hey :), I'd be happy to help. I honestly don't think that you've physcially damaged your Ipaq, so you should probally hard reset your Ipaq. To do this you must hold down the reset button and the power button at the same time for like 5 seconds. This will get rid of data on your pocket pc, but It might solve your Ipaq's problem. Thanks! and I hope this helps, if it doesn't I'd recommend for you call Hp where they will repair it or give you a new one :)
"Will not turn off, stuck on with display saying 'pre boot mode'. Does nothing but this - please help!"
This indicates that the on/off switch is shorted out. You can duplicate this problem by taking a working Nuvi and keep holding down the on/off button when turning it on. It will stay in this mode until you let off on the power on/off button.
Hey, when you say red screen does this mean it says compaq on it? If it does then you need to do as follows:
Press the two lower buttons (one is defult set to Calendar shortcut, the other to iTask) and the power button simultaneously while soft reseting the ipaq. It should start up. If not contact me, as I might of got the buttons wrong, at email@example.com I hope it helps