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Losing data on my desks top i started to notice events that i had entered were not there later.. reocurring events were ok. then today all my data (not the reocurring) was gone

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  • richard track Feb 12, 2008

    it is happening on my desk top so it is not a battery issue

    thanks

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Did your Palm happen to lose battery power?

You can check this by looking at the date/time under World Clock.

If the year is incorrect, it's likely you lost battery power.
If you sync again, it will ask you to choose a profile and select your current one.

Hope this helps!

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