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Light keep blinking

Today, i off my LD and noticed my light (top) keep blinking. i turn it back on and check my wifi, bluthtooth, infra, web, mail, pocktune tune, media player..etc...nothing is running? why the light keep blinking? i turned it off and on, off and on, the light still blinking when off. it goes away after 20 mins or more... i also noticed there is a chkdsk.txt in lifedrive storage..

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The Palm OS does 'housekeeping chores', one of which is to tell all of the apps about certain events in case they need to do something during one of those events, even the one on the HD.

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