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Fatal error message

How do I deal with a Emul68KMain.c,Line:403.illegalinstructionCA7Dataddress00786DA4 fatal error. I have reset, hard reset, but still have problem.

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Re: fatal error message

This error can only happen when you previously have another HH hotsynced to the same username you are using right now. troubleshoot by: Do a hotsync. Hard reset e2 hotsync to a new username export-import data if you are using PDS for your PIM reinstall all 3rd party software.

Posted on Sep 12, 2005

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