Re: My palm makes a constant high pitched sound when it...
Is your speaker making this high pitched sound or is it something else.
If it's "something else" then there is no problem to worry about. It's just an audible frequency given off from the touch screen.
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Palm one is in trouble because of problems like this. They don't work on it but you can buy parts to try it yourself. I never had the problem myself but similar conditions. I do windows based units now.
As the previous responder said, the Tungsten E2 cannot read cards over 1 GB. However, there is a wonderful solution available at PalmPowerups.com called PowerSDHC. This wonderful little driver will enable the E2 to read cards of any size! At $20.95, it's a bargain. I installed it on my E2 and now I use an 8 GB SDHC chip!
1 press and hold the power button
2 while holding the power button, use the stylus to press the rest button on the back
3 wait for the "palm powered" logo to appear and then release the power button
4 when you see the warning message
either press "UP" on the 5 way navigator to reset
press any other button to do a soft reset