Hi! I'm having a problem i've searched, and although i've found similar problems, none was a exact match. My iPAQ seems to work properly, and the orange light blinks like if it's charging, but even with external battery, as soon as i pull the charger it goes off, is this battery problems, or another kind? please help!
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Hi, I had same problem with my Sattelite L300. Motherboard has a defect in one Proadlizer film capacitor exactly on the back of CPU, the original ref. is nec-tokin 0E907 (900uF/2.5V) or similar code. I've replaced it by 4 tantalum capacitores of 470uF/2.5V each and 2 capacitores of 220uF/2.5V, all in paralell mode in same old place of nec-tokin component. Vote for me... :)
1 check VGA cable for damage (try other cable) 2 check connections 3 make sure you have resolution on PC is faling in projectors resolution range 4 if it is laptop, make sure you have it in external monitor mode (usually Fn + F8 keys)
In general, there's three types of charger you might need. Really ancient iPAqs used a round DC jack type charger, then there was a long time where all iPaqs used the same flat 22-pin connector. More recently, HP has moved to the same mini-USB plug used for a lot of mobile devices.
If you're really stuck, try http://www.ipaqrepair.co.uk/store.php?cat_id=25 and match your iPaq to the pictures.
i would say def. its the battery thats dead! Did a quick search for batteries and found a lot and costs about 10-30$ for a battery and some include a charger as well. Worth spending if you gonna use it daily!
It's a problem with either the memory board or the button board. With my h5550, the bottom buttons started to stop working and eventualy the PPC stoped charging all together. You can find parts for it online. If all the buttons are working fine, then it's most likely the motherboard. Otherwise it should be the button board.
I noticed the same thing on my IPAQ, and found that if I push the button (somewhat quicly) TWICE that it turns it off completely.
Also, you might want to check to see if you have it set up so that it will turn on when you push ANY button (it may not make a difference but I found that when I was putting mine back into the wallet holder I use, I'd inadvertently hit a button and it would turn back on!) :>