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Hi, the best option would be a hard reset. Before doing so, i would suggest doing one lase hotsync.
at the back of your pda, there is a reset button. press this. be prepared. as it is resetting, press and hold the power button as well as the up button. hold these for like 3 seconds then release. it will then ask you whether you wanted to reset it. press the up button once again and release. it will then reset the pda.
if these instructions are still difficult there are some at palm.com. best of luck.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
You should reinstall Palm OS and everything else after that.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Palm TX.
Same happened to my 3 month old TX. I just recharged it, and all was OK! Sounds strange at first, but in my hometown, it is very humid, so maybe it got some moist inside and that caused some variations in the power or battery or voltage... dunno, maybe you need some cleaning, or try to calibrate while plugged.
Hope to be useful!
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
SOURCE: When you do a hard reset:
A hard reset shouldn't effect the memory card if you want the memory card you can format it within the Operating System before or after the heard reset.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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