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Restoring data saved on a Flash Card

I have not used the Palm top for a while and as a result the backup battery has run out and all the data that I had in the phone book and appointments have been erased. I have the data saved on a compact flash card - and I have the following question2. 1. how do i replace the back-up battery and 2. how do i restore the data from the flash card? Incidently, when I to access the A drive, I get an error indicating that the drive is not ready. Thanks in advance.

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The battery backup can be replaced by sliding the side IR cover down and pulling the plastic side tab which holds a button battery of size 2032. You can get a 10 pack of these batteries for $1 of you look on the website which sell cheap LED lights.

Here are some links and the FAQ about backs and such:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/hp/palmtops-faq/

http://www.acsplmtphp.tk/hp100lx-appointment-file-lost

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How to Recover Pictures From Fujifilm FinePix S700 Storage Media


With 7 mega pixel camera, 10x optical zoom, 2.5 LCD, picture stabilization mode, and i-Flash intelligent Flash, the Fujifilm FinePix S700 fulfills all the requirements of any photographer. The storage media (SD and xD memory cards) used in this camera allows the photographer to save audios, videos, and photos of different sizes. Damage in storage media can occur any time, resulting in fatal consequences, like inaccessibility of data saved in the memory card. In most cases, the photographer encounters an error message stating that the card is corrupted. To overcome such corruption scenarios, the photographer needs to restore the data from an updated backup. But all photographers do not create a backup on regular basis. For them, a third-party Camera recovery software acts as a boon and helps them recover the data.
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Few main causes for the above error message are:
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To resolve the above error message and to access the data saved in SD card, you will need to:
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I dont kno the default 4ne code for my voda4ne 125 handset


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Carefully reading user manuals help in most of cases :)

Just use Read flash option. After reading complete, SagemEG will show you phone code. If not success, there is another option to get code - sent flash.bin to Support@SagDD.com.
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COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
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Boot...
Press Power button now !
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boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
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Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-132834.B1E.bin
loading data...
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error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-132834.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-132836.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
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Check memory Done
Write...
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error: set erase range
Write Failed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 22 sec
COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
Checking data, wait...
Action: read eeprom
Boot...
Press Power button now !
Checking...
boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
Check free space Done
Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-133742.B1E.bin
loading data...
wrong database file: z225_eep65535.cfg
error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-133742.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-133744.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
Check memory...
Reading [eeprom-complete]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-complete_20080118-133750.B1E.bin
Completed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 21 sec
COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
Checking data, wait...
Action: read flash
Boot...
Press Power button now !
Checking...
boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
Check free space Done
Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-133815.B1E.bin
loading data...
wrong database file: z225_eep65535.cfg
error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-133816.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-133818.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
Check memory...
Reading [flash]...
file saved: backup_flash_20080118-134506.B1X.bin
Completed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 425 sec



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