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Check the fuse for the Electric windows, if thats okay check for corrosion on the wires going to the motor and switch. Test the switch for continuity to see if that works . If all else fails you culd have a break in the wiring loom or a damaged motor.
open the device and check the componets are not shorting out, when you droped it, with that much force you may of bent the leads inside or broken, if it bent you can fix it but you broke it than it is time to buy a new one, check the power source for that switch make sure it is okay.
you may of knocked something out of alinement.
Hello i'd be happy to help :-). Since you said that you bought a new battery and it still didn't work. I am guessing that you might have charged you Ipaq by pulling it into a regular wall outlet . This is bad because that outlet could send to much electricity into the Ipaq and can kill it. That might be the problem why your Ipaq is not working... I would recommend for you to call HP and see if you can return your Ipaq to them and see if they can send you a new one.
How to correct iPAQ 5450, 5455, 5550, 5555 battery charging problems / dead unit syndrome.
The iPAQ 54xx or 55xx will not power on if the batteries charge is lower than 3.2 Volts, if your battery charge falls below the 3.2 volts level your unit will not turn on, you need to plug the iPAQ into a cradle or AC charge adaptor. Note the charging light on the iPAQ will not flash at all (normally flashes orange) until the battery charge has reached a minimum charge level of 3.2 volts. You then need to perform a normal reset, then the unit should switch on normally.
HP Procedure is as follows:
To charge and reset the iPAQ Pocket PC h5400:
i) Connect the iPAQ Pocket PC h5400 to an A/C power supply. ii) Charge the battery to the minimum level of 3.2 Volts. This will take 5 to 30 minutes depending on the current charge level. iii) Perform a normal reset. iv) Power on the iPAQ Pocket PC h5400
It is recommended that you keep the iPAQ Pocket PC connected to the Universal Cradle or Cable when it is not in use.