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You are right there is a component on the main board of your PDA that is most likely fried power from the PC chord will go to the PDA but when you unplug it the machine will look to the battery for power and the electricity will convert to heat at the point of that fried component on the more thin Palm models you can feel it without taking the case off
and it will "forget" any new information you input due to the type of memory it uses
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS OPERATION UNLESS YOU DO NOT PLAN TO UTILIZE A WARRANTY AND OR INSURANCE. OPERATION WILL NULLIFY
1: Buy a new battery for your specified pda model(EBAY,AMAZON)
2: Preform a pda to pc sync if possible
3: Buy or or make sure you will recieve a pda screw driver
4: Unscrew back, be gentle
5: Gently remove back with a flathead screwdriver
6: Locate the battery cable
7: Disconnect the battery from the pda
8: Connect new battery/ reattach back
try syncing through bluetooth, there could be a problem with the cradle. i have had an issue very similar to yours and had to do a soft reset on my pda. then set up your device to use a blue tooth connection( you may need to buy a bluetooth dongle for your pc).
If you allow the Windows Mobile Device Center to install through the automatic updates, it works for the most part. I've gotten it to actually sync both from the pc to the pda and vice versa. However, it is a little finicky; it takes about 4 attempts before the sync is happy.
i had that problem too. sorry it is bugging you. i know you probably want to sync your data rught now. So for now try to disable the syncing of documents to go (just for now) on palm desktop, look for the conduits and temporarily disable the syncing of docs to go. Also ensure you plug in your pda charger as well as the usb cable (I found out this helps through experience) and sync. (Just to back it up)
as for the documents to go, there is probably a file(document) that is generating the errors. please look through documents to go on your palm desktop and remove any file you feel is not necessary. also take note that it is best if your pda has some free memory on it. you may want to save those documents on a disk (If you are not already that is..) clearing up ram made my tx more stable esp during hot sync.
please let me know it that worked for you. i still have some suggestions good luck and enjoy