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Will not come on at all

Used device at work. then a few days later tried to turn on. would not come on. charged 24hrs. then tried again, also performend hard reset.nothing. if battery is dead will device not work?

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  • wcruzjr Dec 20, 2007

    System was working fine and after a coupke of use will not turn on at all. I've even purchased a new battery in case this was the issue but no positive result.

  • Boogieville Dec 27, 2007

    Mine's the same. Working ok then put away for a couple of weeks and completely dead. Left on charge for 24 hours. Hard reset but still won't come on. Have tried it on a mobile charger also and done hard reset whilst on this but still dead. Help...

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I have the same problem. I think these devices have a fault where they can not power up if they are emptied all the way. I had the same thing happen during warranty period and I sent the device to servis. They said nothing was wrong, but now the same thing happened and I have tried everything to get it back to life and no success... I guess I would somehow have to charge the battery outside the iPAQ as it will not charge

Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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After a hard reset you must do a soft reset to enable the battery.

Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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