I must have let my IPAQ batteries drain and had no power/nothing happen when I went to turn it on.
I am now charging it via the USB cable.
The orange light in the upper left corner is flashing, I assume this means it is charging. However, it will not power up at this time.
Will I need to reset it after it is charged?
Should I have any other problems gettting it to work?
Why can't I turn it on WHILE it is charging?
Thanks for any suggestions.
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It happens when the NB was not properly shutdown, NB was turned off due to battery drained and left idle or worst there is a problem with the mother board. You may try this; Turn OFF the laptop, remove the power sources (ac adapter and battery). Without power sources, hold power button 10 secs. Put back the power sources, and power ON the NB. If the laptop will not boot by doing this, take it back from the reseller for replacement.
May be the battery of your car is got completely drained. sometimes by mistake any of the car lights or ac or any battery consuming accessory remains on.And due to this battery gets completely drained and due to no voltage in battery the car does not start.In some cases the car does not gets turned off.If there is a problem in ignition switch circuit and this also drains the battery.Get the car battery voltage checked.It should be 12 volt if the battery is properly charged.This will let you know what is the problem .Also check the battery connections if its got loose then this can happen.-------------
seem like all we get here are dead Ipaq.
why are you messing with this old device?
try a new battery, oops that costs money.
as does repairs on a device that has zero value.
why not mess with and old android phone, that has value.
ask here, be like only one playing Ipaq now.
Could be both batteries went bad. 1) I would take battery back to where you bought it and have them test. 2) Check, or have someone check, that battery power is not being used when the key is off and the car is not being used in any way. There will be a slight trickle of power use, but nothing that would wear the battery down in less than 3-4 weeks.
it sound like you ether have the light switch malfunctioning
or the head lamp relay is stack on ( pretty common ) or the battery has come to the end of it life , or poor connection ( corroded ) battery leads or and poor connection to earth