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  • nessad Aug 31, 2008

    When doing a hard re-set the full reset does not take place . It exits reset

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Make sure battery is fully charged.
Have a look at link below if problem persists
http://www.ipaqrepair.co.uk/

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Try this press the reset button for about 10 seconds. The Pocket PC should reset and power back on. If the device does not power back on, make sure that the battery lock switch is set to the left...

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It is probably a motherboard / chipset problem and the motherboard would need to be replaced.

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Can you pls specify the problem. try to turn off and then on for about a couple of minutes.

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Is the battery fully charged.

has the phone dropped in water or some where else?

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Aug 31, 2008

    are you able to hear the starting sounds and other sounds.

    is the LCD alone is not working or the whole phone is dead?


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