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The memory problem can be fixed easily. It is not only you. It is a common problem with some pocket pc. Instructions according to Casio Customer Service: You will have to back up all of the data. Then remove the backup battery and main battery for ten minutes. Restore all of your files and you should be back in business. Also, to prevent this from happening again and to keep program memory high, perform a soft reset at least once daily. This will almost certainly fix your problem.

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

Compatibility for these devices will depend more on the version of CE than the hardware. I have successfully tried a few with E-11.

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

I believe if you are hardy with this sort of thing you can order a new touch pad from Global Products or www.pacparts.com. The e-115 , e125 and others all the same. Mine is coming from Global now item # 10003145 @ $28.00 I believe. I will know more when mine arrives. The case is not to hard to crack open just be careful. Once the case is open and motherboard freed turn the mb. over from case. The touch pad removes very easily one ribbon connector and one tape. Tear down pictures @ www.hi-pda.com/usercomment/001215/1.jpg. Be careful to have static band or discharge don't touch except edges and plastic of compact flash. It will take a little work but it is the cheap way. Dick

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

Now don't laugh :-) on win 98 windows - I'm told - had a certain limited ability to fix itself. I don't know if xp does or not. Anyway on 98 if you ran into a problem you could let it reboot three or four times without doing anything but booting and shutting down - it at times would correct itself. This was normally on boot problems, but it might do some good - don't know of anything else to suggest. In your case I'd try this then try running active sync two or three times without doing anything else. Anyway that would keep you busy till a good tip comes along :-)

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

My experience with Linksys support has been one of horror. It relates to a different product - 2 port lan printer server. I never got it to work right & it is gathering dust. Perhaps when I have time I will try it out with WinXP with native support if it is built in. Although a manufacturer may claim on his site that a particular device supports WinCE 3.0 on mips cpu you have hake it with a ton of salt. There have been some threads on this boards for the specific device you mention & suggest you contact the concerned persons directly for their opinion & experience. I have found DLink to be far more accurate in its claims than LinkSys.

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

Tascal software has a software for changing the wallpaper on the CE devices. File name is wpc032mp.zip. Try it.

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

This has been apbroblem with Casio E-100 to E-115. The LCD display is connected to the main PCB via a flexible circuit which also carries the display driver ICs. This circuit presses against some components on the PCB near the power button. Over a period of time with generated heat this circuit gets deformed & shifts the phase for the upper 1/3 of the display. So you will notice if you reset the device this very portion is brightly lit in stead of being completely black like the rest of the display. There is not much you can do except change the Display unit consisiting of the LCD, Digitizer & the backlighting fluorescent lamp. It is not a very difficult job if you are not 10 thumb variety. You could try heating this flex with hot air gun & flattening it again. However you might be taking a big chance withthe display. You could try Pacific parts / casiosalesandservice for replacement. There were two version used in your device. So compatibility could be an issue. Contact mre directly if you need further assistance. Hope this helps ???

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

A hard reset wouldn't hurt. Just backup the unit, do a hard reset and then restore the backup.

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

You might hook your charger up to your battery and check the voltage that you are getting when it is fully charged. It may be that the charger is bad. Your voltage when fully charged with the battery on it should be a little over the rated voltage of the battery. Just a thought. Be sure you are using the correct poweradapter/charger also. Reply With Quote

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 06, 2005

There are 2 things you have to check for. The touch screen was changed in the middle of production run. The flexible connector & the corresponding socket on the main board were inverted. In other words the exposed track side was moved from upper to lower side. The older type of touch scrteen is no longer available. Casio made the socket available to their service centre to change in on the main board to suit the newer type of touch screen. If this is the case you will have to get the newer type touch screen to suit the E-115. The second aspect is that there are 4 self adhesive spacer tapes (approximately 3 mm x 80 mm x 0.5mm thick on the long side & 3 mm x 60 mm x .5 mm on ythe short side) on the periphery of the LCD. This is to keep the touch screen from touching the LCD. This is to prevent Newton's rings as also to prevent malfunction of the touch screen. These are an absolute must. Other than that the touch screens are absolutely the same. Hope this helps.

Casio Cassiopeia... • Answered on Sep 05, 2005

On the power pack there may be a label that says 12v dc or 18v Dc or some other voltage. There may be a input voltage on the keyboard and a current rating eg 12v DC 1A current or it might be AC voltage of 12V or some value. get a volt meter or a multimeter and measure the voltage on the plug. positive is the inside part and the outside part is negative. dc setting if dc volts expected or AC setting for if AC voltage expected Or get power pack tested at a music shop you may have a faulty power pack

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Casio Computers... • Answered on Mar 21, 2020

a crude digital Diary RTM yet/? remove battery and push reset? or hold the reset as you put back batteries? 3300 to 3600 are same. way. here is the free book 3500 it is covered in the manual on page 46 btw 1st google hit. https://www.manualslib.com/manual/777267/Casio-Sf-3500.html

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Casio Computers... • Answered on Nov 19, 2019

You may have a zombie battery.. try this: plug charger in at wall, then into device, then rapid-fire unplug and plug in device, try to be as quick as you can, 2 or more times per second, this can often bring back a battery from the dead.. reasoning: initial voltage to battery from charger is a "surge" and the rapid fire surge is what you're after.. like heart paddles. . Good luck be safe.

Casio Computers... • Answered on Nov 16, 2019

Hello Chwintersjr, I recommend you search the Internet, some site of users and lovers of this type of keyboards and join the group and surely they can guide you in a simple and safe way Hola Chwintersjr, le recomiendo buscar en Internet, algun sitio de usuarios y amantes de este tipo de teclados y se incorpora al grupo y seguramente lo podran guiar de una manera simple y segura https://support.casio.com/es/manual/008/CTK720_ES.pdf

Casio Computers... • Answered on Sep 22, 2019

That does not sound like something that will be solved by resetting it. It sounds like a bad contact. If you know how to use contact cleaner, try that. If not, contact a service center and have them provide the maintenance that it is in need of.

Casio Computers... • Answered on Aug 19, 2019

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